Placing Dental Crowns
Dental crown placement can be visualized as a cap on your tooth. Dental crowns can keep the tooth secure in two ways. It can work on improving the appearance and save it from any further bacteria that can cause potential harm. You may have chipped or damaged teeth located at the back of your mouth. These are rarely apparent, except for when you smile. Other oral damage might hinder your living as it can prevent you from enjoying your favorite foods.
At Perrinville Family Dentistry, Gary J. Jacky, DMD and are specialists available to lead you toward the right procedure. An examination can help you map a treatment plan that works for you and the types of dental crowns to choose.
You can choose same day crowns or a longer multi-day procedure. The process may differ accordingly. The steps for placing dental crowns include:
||An oral examination and identification of the problem
||Preparing the tooth through cleaning and filing
||Creating an impression of the tooth and surrounding teeth
||Placing a temporary crown and sending the impression to the lab
||Fusing the permanent crown to your tooth
Same day crowns skip the multiple appointments and give you your dental crowns in a single day. You get done with the examination and dental crown procedure on the same day.
Benefits of Ceramic Crowns
Clients often wonder which material they should choose for their dental crowns. The possibilities are endless due to advancements in dental restoration. Ceramic crowns come out on top due to some unique benefits.
They are Durable
Ceramics are much more durable than other materials. It can provide a sturdy coating to your tooth and protect it from chipping or staining further. Moreover, it can also provide stability to other teeth or procedures such as implants or bridges.
They Look Natural
One of the benefits of ceramic crowns is that they look much like your natural teeth. You don’t have to worry about them sticking out when you smile. They can easily hide among your natural teeth.
They are Moldable
Ceramic crowns are known for their moldability. They are used because the material makes it possible to create a different kind of structure to cater to each individual.
They are Resistant to Bacteria
These crowns also ensure that further infection or damage doesn’t threaten the tooth. The protective cap will save your tooth from exposure to bacteria or damage. Moreover, you aren’t exposed to any metal, which removes the possibility of toxicity.
They are Strong
You won’t have to fret about damaging your teeth due to grinding or consuming hard foods. Ceramic crowns can withstand the pressure.
Talk to a Dentist Today
At Perrinville Family Dentistry, we ensure our patients walk away with a set of teeth they are proud of. Our professionals can guide you through the toughest parts of the procedure and give you multiple options to ensure you are satisfied with the end product. Call (425) 616-0620 to book your appointment today and walk in for that examination. Take the first step towards dental crowns today!