Crown maintenance

Crown maintenance

While some dental work is purely focused on making your smile more attractive, there are procedures your dentist will perform to restore – and protect – a vulnerable tooth. Placing a dental crown will address a problem with a tooth that has been damaged by a cavity, or by physical harm. A porcelain crown can give you a life-like restoration that has value for your smile, and the tooth in need of support. With your crown in place, you should be able to bite and chew food comfortably – many people will be able to count on this support for many years. If your dentist is concerned about the amount of pressure the crown will take, a porcelain fused to metal crown can offer better durability. The overall longevity of your new crown will vary tremendously based on the maintenance you provide.

Durability Is Especially Important For Restorations On Your Back Teeth

Your premolars and molars have a tough task, which is why the durability of a restoration on these teeth is particularly important. Porcelain fused to metal crowns can provide more support than porcelain crowns. With expert care, it is possible to make sure your crown is a good match for neighboring teeth.

Want To Make Sure Planned Dental Work Is Right For You? Schedule A Second Appointment

If you need to undergo treatment for a problem tooth, or if you are pursuing any other kind of treatment for your smile, a second opinion appointment offers important advantages. Your dentist can help you make sure your proposed care will lead to the benefits you are after. The right dental work will lead to great changes for your smile, while making sure your dental work does not leave your oral health vulnerable.

Learn more about the maintenance of your crown

A dental crown can protect your tooth, while still having benefits for your smile. We are proud to offer many treatments that will have remarkable benefits for your oral health, and your appearance. To schedule a consultation, call our office  at 847-234-0517. We also proudly serve residents of Chicago and all surrounding communities in the Chicago Metro area.