Dental Crowns Restore And Enhance Teeth
Our teeth can become damaged over time, causing a threat to our overall mouth and gum health, as well as potentially being a source of discomfort. As such, it is highly important to find a quality dentistry office that can provide dental crowns that are customized for your specific needs.
At Woodland Lakes Dental, our dentists are committed to giving our patients the best and most comfortable experience possible during all crown procedures. Plus, we take the time to provide you with thorough consultations to ensure the crowns you are given ensure your continued comfort and satisfaction.
What are Dental Crowns?
Dental crowns are artificial substances used to cover or cap damaged teeth. Teeth can become damaged in a number of ways, including:
- Weakness from wear and tear over time
- Fracturing or breaking
- Dental decay due to disease or medication
- Degradation of tooth strength due to poor oral hygiene
Covering a damaged tooth with a dental crown is an essential procedure, as damaged teeth can cause more serious mouth and gum issues when left untreated and exposed.
Additionally, crowns can be customized to match the existing color and shape of your teeth in order to achieve a more natural appearance.
How Are Dental Crowns Made?
A custom dental crown is made through a process that begins with obtaining impressions of your jaw and teeth in order for our dental experts to craft the most custom and specifically made-for-you crown possible.
Once the impressions have been obtained, the crown can then be made out of a variety of materials – which material is used for you will depend on your specific needs and what will best match your existing teeth. These materials include:
- Metal alloys
- Ceramic materials
- Composite resin
For more information on how Woodland Lakes Dental can restore your smile using a dental crown, contact us today to book a consultation!
Get In Touch With Us About Restorative Dental Crowns Today
- Protect a significantly damaged tooth
- Restore a fractured or cracked tooth
- Shield a tooth following root canal treatment
- Enjoy a durable, custom-made restoration for 10 years or more
- Prioritize your oral health!