Making Sure Your Crown Is Able To Protect Your Tooth

A dental crown can provide many years of great support for a problem tooth. You may receive one after suffering a cavity, or as a consequence of physical harm done to the tooth. Because your dentist provides crowns constructed with modern materials, you can expect a restoration that looks great, and fits in ideally with your smile. Of course, because the crown is expected to handle biting and chewing pressure that your tooth once absorbed, durability is a priority. Many people needing a restoration will be able to count on a porcelain-made dental crown. However, if one of your premolars or molars, which take on more pressure, is in need of a crown, your dentist may recommend a sturdier porcelain-fused-to-metal crown.

Making Sure Your Crown Can Handle The Pressure Placed On Your Back Teeth

Your back teeth can endure remarkable force, allowing you to chew through foods, and successfully break them down. That pressure can be taxing, which is why a porcelain-fused-to-metal can be recommended when you need support for these teeth. This type of restoration offers better durability, so you can look forward to its continued support through the years.

Your Dentist Will Work With You To Protect Your Dental Health, And Your Smile

Your dentist’s goal in working with you is to make sure you enjoy your best-looking and healthiest smile. Porcelain and porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns both have the ability to blend in with your teeth, so they will not stand out. In the past, a restoration made from metal could attract unwelcome attention because they were a poor cosmetic fit. Fortunately, your dentist can work with you to make sure that your restorative care keeps your smile attractive.

Talk To Lake Forest Dental Arts About Receiving A Dental Crown

At Lake Forest Dental Arts, patients who need to address a problem with a tooth can count on excellent support from a dental crown. The crown you receive can offer valuable support, while also fitting in nicely with your smile. To schedule a consultation, call our office in Lake Forest, IL, today at 847-234-0517. In addition to providing support to individuals in Lake Forest, we also proudly serve residents of Lake Bluff, Chicago, Libertyville, Gurnee, Highland Park, Vernon hills, Winnetka, Wilmette, Kenilworth, Bannockburn, Ravinia, and all surrounding communities in the Chicago Metro area.

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