Posts Categorized: Restorative Dentistry

Dental Crowns Take Attention to Detail

Dental crowns allow your vulnerable teeth to recover after a restorative treatment, and they can also be used as part of a dental implant to replace a missing tooth. Dental crowns are incredibly helpful for those that have suffered some sort of damage to their teeth. Most of that value comes from the attention to… Read more »

Dental Crowns Provide a Physical Barrier for Your Tooth

Dental crowns are dental restorations that your dentist can create to protect your teeth. If you have healthy teeth and you’ve never needed extensive treatment for cavities or infections, you probably haven’t needed a dental crown. These tooth-like fabrications fit over your tooth to protect it after the tooth has sustained damage. The crown is… Read more »

Can a Cavity Be Too Large to Fill?

Almost everyone develops at least one cavity in their lifetime. It’s easy for bacteria to build up on the surfaces of your teeth, and if you don’t clean them adequately, a cavity can form. It’s also important to note that tooth decay is a progressive condition, meaning it gets worse over time if you don’t… Read more »

Finding the Right Use and Fit for a Dental Crown

Everyone’s teeth suffer wear over time, it’s totally natural. Sometimes that wear manifests itself as a cosmetic defect, like staining of the enamel. Sometimes that wear can be more serious. If bacteria have infected your teeth, they can cause significant structural damage that compromises the functionality of your teeth and the appearance of your smile…. Read more »

Dental Crowns Support Teeth and Restorations

Dental crowns are hollow, tooth-shaped restorations that are placed over your existing tooth to protect it from sustaining physical damage or bacterial infection. Crowns are typically used on teeth that have already suffered some sort of damage or decay. Crowns are made using measurements of your actual teeth, so they fit and appear like your… Read more »