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Dental Crowns

A Crown of Your Own

Good thing wearing a crown isn't restricted to the royalty of the world. A dental crown is too important to your teeth! Granted dental crowns don't have diamonds or other flashy gems attached, but they can improve your smile -- which might just get you noticed! Dental crowns completely cover a tooth that's affected by tooth decay too severe for a tooth filling. They are also used to protect a weak tooth or repair a broken tooth, cover misshaped or badly discolored teeth, and more. Permanent dental crowns can be made from a variety of dental materials, so you can choose whether your dental crown is one you'll want others to see.

If you think you might benefit from a dental crown, talk to a dentist today. We can help you find one either by searching online or by calling a live operator at 1-855-217-3840.

New Technology Helps You See Into the Future

When it comes to planning for dental crowns, you and your dentist should work together to ensure that you achieve the look and function you want. Computer imaging for dental crowns makes it possible for you to see ahead of time what your smile will look like once your new dental crown is on. That means you can compare the look of porcelain crowns with gold crowns or dental crowns made from composite resin. Each material has its own pluses and minuses, and your dental crowns dentist can help you decide which will best meet your needs.

You'll want to make sure your dental crowns dentist has plenty of experience with the latest materials and technology. We can help by finding you a pre-screened dentist with just the skills you're looking for. Search now or call us anytime at 1-855-217-3840.

Caring for Your Crown

Once a tooth gets crowned, it still needs some basic TLC. After all, a dental crown doesn't fend off decay or gum disease -- that's up to you! To care for your dental crown, keep up some oral hygiene musts, like brushing and flossing your teeth regularly. When you floss, pay special attention to the gum area around the dental crown where the gum meets the tooth. And make sure you see your dentist twice a year. With proper care, dental crowns can last from 5 to 15 years.

If you're looking to improve your smile, a dental crowns dentist can help! Call us today to find a dental crowns dentist near you: 1-855-217-3840.