Strongsville Porcelain Crowns - Cover Broken, Fractured & Decayed Teeth
For patients whose teeth have changed in size or shape due to trauma or decay, Strongsville Center for Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry offers dental crowns. Also known as caps, dental crowns are custom-fit to cover the entire biting surface and sides of the tooth. Made from a number of durable materials, crowns protect your tooth and restore biting and chewing function.
The Advantages of Porcelain Crowns
Porcelain is one of the more common materials Richard S. Weiser recommends for crowns. Porcelain crowns are tooth-colored and shaped to effectively match your smile. These sturdy and natural-looking restorations are capable of providing years of service. As with most dental restorations, regular follow-up visits and occasional replacements are essential in maintaining attractive, long-lasting results.
Why Would You Need a Crown?
There are many situations where placement of a dental crown is necessary and beneficial. To achieve optimal results, underlying oral health concerns, such as gum disease and poor oral hygiene habits, should be treated first. Once these are managed, Richard S. Weiser recommends crown placement for the following issues:
- Broken or fractured teeth
- Dental decay
- Teeth that have received root canal treatment
- Replacement of large or damaged fillings
- Enhancement of dental aesthetics
- What is the Process for Getting a Crown?
At Strongsville Center for Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry, we meet our patients’ needs by first taking impressions of the targeted tooth. This allows us to create a custom crown. As it may take up to two weeks to fabricate permanent dental crowns, impressions are used for a temporary crown. This provides a seamless transition, ensuring patients not without a smile for long.
Before placing a crown, Richard S. Weiser prepares the tooth by removing decay and shaping the surface of enamel so the restoration fits properly. This is done while the tooth is numb, after which the crown will be placed and secured with dental cement. Prior to placing the custom crown, the temporary restoration is removed and the area is thoroughly cleaned. Richard S. Weiser also assess whether your bite is properly balanced after placement.
We provide you with after-care instructions and encourage you to follow up at our Strongsville office regularly.
Schedule your Consultation Today
If you are ready to learn more about how dental crowns can return your smile’s natural look and function, contact Strongsville Center for Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry for more information about restorative dentistry in Strongsville.