How Teeth Crowns Can Make You Feel Like Royalty
If you are considering having a dentist crown one of your teeth, it may be because it has been filled so many times there is no shell left to fill. If that is the case, you may not be expecting this, but you are in for a treat. That’s because after the preparation is complete, the work of building the crown is carried out outside the mouth.
Much of what puts people off about having dental work done is the discomfort of having someone doing things inside the mouth. Teeth crowns, also known as tooth caps, are made elsewhere, in a dental laboratory where skilled technicians whom we know and trust practise their very special art. They give the finished article to us, and we fit it in your mouth, fixed to your natural root or a dental implant. The preparation will already have been done, with your dentist making sure there is a good, solid platform to attach the crown to. That means the day the crown dental work is completed is a time for celebration. A tooth that may have been giving you trouble for years is now as good as new.
What Does a Tooth Cap Look Like?
The whole idea of tooth caps is to replace damaged or rotten teeth with something that looks right, can handle the biting and chewing that is a tooth’s reason for being and feels… well, the only time you can feel your teeth is when something is wrong, so you won’t feel your new crown at all.
The materials used nowadays to create a dental crown are stronger and look more realistic than ever, so no one is even going to know you’ve had any work done. They will just think you’ve got good teeth. Read More
Any tooth can be crowned, whether it be one of the big ones at the back that have suffered through years of hard work, masticating your food, or one of the more visible ones at the front. It is the perfect answer for anyone who has ever lost a front tooth and thought that was it, they would never be able to smile again. Whether the cause of the trauma was an accident, a sports collision or something else, having a dentist crown the offending item restores it to full functionality.
Making the Decision to have Dental Crown Treatment
Within the field of cosmetic dentistry, there are various options for restoring teeth, so the first step is to contact us and discuss it. To make an appointment you can call us, send an email or fill in the online contact form and we’ll get back to you. At your appointment, the dentist will be able to advise on the most appropriate treatment option and begin the preparation. At Goldfield Family Dental, we have state-of-the-art facilities and multi-skilled staff to carry out the procedures. If there is going to be some discomfort involved, we have anaesthetic options to ensure you get the work done without drama. Once the crown is fitted you will feel like a king or a queen – or at least the best version of yourself. Read Less
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