3 Things To Expect From A Lifelike Crown

What can you really count on during restorative dental work? Is there any way to both protect a tooth and preserve how it looks? Can a lifelike restoration really provide the kind of support needed to keep a tooth safe for an extended length of time? Our St. Louis, MO dentist’s office is prepared to help you when you need to take on problems like tooth decay or physical trauma. With our lifelike dental crowns, we can make sure you have lasting support as well as coverage that preserves the appearance of your smile. By providing treatment options that include both porcelain and zirconia crowns, it is possible to ensure that you have cosmetic coverage as well as enduring support for your bite function and dental health.

1. Long-Term Protection For A Vulnerable Tooth

Simply put, once a crown is in place, you should be able to stop worrying about the condition of your restored tooth. The restoration you receive from Dr. Johnson-G’Sell will be carefully designed to make sure it fits in with your smile, and it can also provide the kind of long-term stability required to keep a tooth safe for many years. During dental exams, you can receive early warnings about any trouble with an older restoration that might need to be addressed.

2. Treatment That Preserves Your Smile

By placing a porcelain or zirconia dental crown, we can preserve your appearance. These materials can closely resemble healthy enamel; by matching their color and texture, they can blend in with neighboring teeth and ensure your smile maintains a natural look. This can be particularly welcome news when you need work done to restore one of your front teeth, which are difficult to keep out of view when you smile and speak.

3. Dependable Support For Your Bite Function

Crowns protect teeth from the threat of further physical harm as well as the threat from oral bacteria. To provide that support without interfering with your dental function, they are designed to absorb pressures that are generated whenever you bite and chew. You should feel confident in your bite movement. A change in how you apply and release pressure can put more strain on the joints and muscles, which increases your risk for problems with daily discomfort.

Magnolia Family Dental Can Provide A Lifelike Dental Crown For Your Vulnerable Tooth!

The right commitment to in-office and at-home smile care can reduce your risk for problems that require dental crowns. With that said, our practice is certainly ready to help when there are issues that call for this kind of support. We can provide dental crowns that closely resemble healthy teeth, which means they will not draw unwanted attention, and you can count on your restoration to provide important bite support! If you would like to find out more, or if you wish to book an exam with us, please call Magnolia Family Dental in St. Louis, MO at 314-822-4521.