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Extreme Cosmetic Dental Makeovers
It’s possible with even the simplest procedures available today.
Dental Crown Types:
- Porcelain Crowns
- Metal Crowns
- Porcelain – Metal Crowns
Complete Your Smile And Have The Confidence To Show It Off!
L.N. was referred by her physician to our office. She presented with complaints of severe headaches and ear pain. After completing functional TMJ decompression therapy and alleviating all of her pain, we restored her mouth with porcelain crowns, utilizing EMG and advanced functional diagnosis. Notice the new smile, decrease in wrinkles, and the proper biting alignment/support.
Notice the extensive number of crowns received and the perfect alignment of her teeth and crowns on the X Rays.
This young business professional wanted a straight and even smile. What he did not want was orthodontics. He was unhappy with the length and shape and position of his teeth.
In 2 appointments we provided him with 6 Empress crowns for his front teeth. A new look, a new smile, a new attitude…without braces.
Dental Crowns: Damaged Teeth Made Whole
When a tooth is damaged due to decay or injury, it’s important to restore the tooth structure in order to preserve stability and protect chewing ability—as well as to preserve your appealing smile. In cases where a simple filling isn’t enough to repair damage or when there isn’t sufficient tooth structure remaining for strength, a crown is usually the solution.
Crowns may also be used in cases where teeth are badly misshapen or discolored. Improperly-shaped teeth may impair a person’s ability to eat, speak, or clean their teeth properly. Such problems can often be fixed through the use of crowns, enabling more effective chewing, a proper bite, and an improved appearance.
What Are Dental Crowns?
A dental crown is a tooth-shaped “cap” that is permanently placed atop the existing tooth. Once any decayed areas have been removed, a crown is made from ceramic, porcelain, resin, or metal and permanently cemented into place. The crown covers the entirety of the tooth from the chewing surface to the gumline, and looks exactly like a healthy, natural tooth.
To create a dental crown, the dentist first carefully analyzes the existing and adjacent to determine the necessary size and shape of the crown needed. The tooth is prepared by removing any decayed areas, as well as any accumulated plaque or tartar. Usually, a temporary crown is placed at the end of the first visit. This protects the underlying tooth while permitting the patient to eat normally while the permanent crown is created over the following days. At a subsequent visit, this temporary crown is removed and the permanent crown is cemented into place.
A properly made permanent crown functions just like a healthy natural tooth, and in most cases can be expected to last a lifetime if the proper materials are used.