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How Dental Crowns Can Support and Restore Your Teeth?

July 27, 2020

Dental crowns are one of the oldest, most popular and effective ways to protect, maintain and restore teeth. If your teeth have extensive fillings or decay, dental crowns in Yakima, WA are a suitable option. They are also useful is restoring a fractured tooth. They are basically caps that cover the visible part of your teeth to the gum line and enhance their appearance and functionality. 

At Tew Dental, our dentists often use porcelain crowns to improve the shape, size, strength, and appearance of a tooth. Crowns can provide a better and longer-lasting restoration than just a regular filling since the whole tooth is surrounded and protected from fractures at weak portions of a tooth.

Why You May Need Dental Crowns?

Dental crowns are used to strengthen teeth after significant damage by decay and in which case a large portion of the tooth has been replaced by filling. Crowns are also often recommended after a root canal procedure, especially if the decay has affected the upper part of the tooth.

Apart from using crowns to strengthen teeth affected by extensive decay, crowns are frequently used to restore broken or worn down teeth. This is important in helping restore a patient’s bite or occlusion and the functionality of the tooth. 

Additionally, crowns can be used to improve the appearance of teeth which have been extensively discolored due to colored or silver fillings. What’s more stained or misshapen teeth can often be improved cosmetically with a crown custom-made to enhance your smile.

How is the Crown Placed on Your Tooth?

The procedure for dental crowns is relatively simple and minimally invasive. Our dentist uses the latest dental technologies to always offer the best treatments. To place a dental crown, our team will first take accurate impressions of the tooth you wish to cap. For this, your tooth will be cleaned and the enamel will be shaped so that the crown can fit firmly. Following the shaping procedure, an impression of the tooth is sent to skilled dental technicians who create your custom-made crown. Finally, once the crown is ready, strong dental cement will be used to attach the crown on your tooth. 

Protecting & Prolonging the Life of Your Dental Crowns

Normally, crowns can last from 5 to 15 years depending on your oral hygiene and upkeep. It is very easy to take proper care of your dental crowns as they require no extra efforts apart from your daily cleaning routine.

Crowns can not only provide you with an improved smile but also great functionality that will last for years. If you have any questions regarding dental crowns or if you are wondering whether they are right for you, contact the best dentist for dental crowns in Yakima, WA.