Restoring Unhealthy Teeth With Life-Like Dental Crowns

Cavities create an urgent problem for a tooth, and should be dealt with as soon as possible. With prompt care, it is possible to minimize the damage caused by decay. Unfortunately, many people will not realize they have a problem until they need more substantial care. While dental crowns are effective against more advanced decay, you might not realize that other oral health concerns can call for their placement, too. Dental damage may demand restorative support from a crown, as can wear and tear. If your smile is negatively impacted by a tooth in poor condition, your dentist can offer a life-like porcelain crown, or a more durable (but still attractive) porcelain-fused-to-metal crown.

What Kind Of Problems Can Dental Crowns Correct?

A dental crown is used when a tooth loses dental material because of a cavity, injury, or gradual wear and tear. These restorations also help when patients need to do something about congenitally weak or small teeth. Once placed, they can protect you from future issues, and they can offer the necessary strength to absorb biting and chewing pressures. Leaving a dental problem unaddressed can put your tooth at risk of being lost, and it can impact your ability to properly bite and chew. Negatively impacted dental function can lead to TMJ problems.

Making Changes To Your Appearance, And Your Oral Health, With Oral Care

If you are concerned about the state of your smile, a review from your dentist can identify what might be wrong, and what should be done to address the matter. Dental crowns offer great support because they can last for years, they can improve dental function, and they can address flaws with your appearance.

Talk To Lake Forest Dental Arts About Receiving A Life-Like Dental Crown

At Lake Forest Dental Arts, you can find out how a dental crown, or dental crowns, might be just what you need to restore your smile. Our practice is proud to offer expert oral health support for Lake Forest families. To schedule a consultation, call our office in Lake Forest, IL, today at 847-234-0517. We also proudly serve residents of Chicago and all surrounding communities in the Chicago Metro area.

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