Crowns Lewis Center

Crowns are meant to protect the part of the tooth that is seen above the gum line. They are placed there to strengthen the tooth or to enhance its appearance or size. They are also used to secure a bridge or dental implant. There are a quite few different kinds of crowns available, each serving a specific purpose. Our Milford dentist can advise you on whether or not you will need a crown depending on the type of treatment you are receiving. Often a temporary crown is put in place until the permanent crown is made. Crowns are made of different substances such as porcelain, porcelain fused to metal, metal or resin.

What is a dental crown?

Dental crowns Lewis Center are covers that are firmly cemented onto your tooth. To mimic the size, shape, and color of your tooth, several kinds of materials are used to make them. These materials include: ceramics, porcelain, composite resin, and metal alloys.

Why do I need a dental crown?

If your teeth are weak or don’t match, a dental crown can help improve the look and health of your teeth.

What do dental crowns do?

If your teeth are weak or don’t match, a dental crown can help improve the look and health of your teeth.

Cover

Dental crowns can protect natural teeth after a root canal or a large cavity is removed. The crowns Lewis Center will cover and support the remaining tooth.

Refurbish

Dental Crowns cover distorted and discolored teeth to improve the look and health of your smile.

Protect

Crowns can cover and protect weaker teeth that are more prone to breaking, infections and cavities.

Restore

Dental Crowns can help restore damaged teeth and improve the appearance of your smile.

Support

Dental crowns are an alternative to implants or partial dentures. A crown can be put on a healthy and strong tooth to hold a dental bridge.

Replace

Once the artificial root of the dental implant has been inserted, a crown can be installed to substitute a tooth.

How do I take care for a dental crown?

To maintain the look and function of your dental crowns Lewis Center , treat it with a little more attention than you would your normal teeth.

Replace

Once the artificial root of the dental implant has been inserted, a crown can be installed to substitute a tooth.

Routine Checkups/Cleanings

Routine cleanings are essential to ensure proper function of your dental crown.

Oral Hygiene

Good dental hygiene is key to getting rid of plaque and other harmful bacteria for a healthy and beautiful smile. We recommend using products that have the American Dental Association Seal of Acceptance. Our supportive and skilled team in Lewis Center is happy to answer any questions you may have about dental crowns. Call us at (614) 888-3692 to schedule your appointment. We look forward to working with you!