Matthews Smiles Dental Crown Procedure:
Here at Matthews Smiles, our service and procedure includes only the best dental tools to ensure that the end result is a sparkling natural looking smile. When you are fitted for a dental crown, our dental technicians will build you a temporary crown in house which will protect your tooth while your high quality permanent crown is being created. To ensure the highest quality, color, and shape, Matthews Smiles sends the information to a dental lab which will create a crown perfect for your tooth.
These crowns are custom made, with white composite material that will look like a natural tooth and match your smile. Nothing can be more unsightly than missing, chipped, broken, or discolored teeth. Here at Matthews Smiles, you won’t have to worry about ending up with mismatched crowns that ruin the aesthetic of an already elegant smile. As soon as your new custom crown is ready, we will bring you in and replace your temporary crown with your new permanent one.
Schedule a time to meet with Matthews Smiles and learn how we can get you the crown you have been looking for!
Why are Dental Crowns so important and necessary?
Dental crowns are caps which are placed upon a damaged tooth in order to restore the original shape, size, and strength. Not only does this help to improve the appearance of a broken tooth, but when a crown is properly cemented into its place, it will help to prevent further decay and damage from everyday eating and drinking.
Dental crowns primarily protect a weak tooth from breaking apart and may even hold together a tooth which has been cracked.
Teeth which have been worn down expose nerves which cause oral health problems, pain, and other mouth problems.
Dental crowns can also be used to cover and support a tooth which contains a large amount of fillings that have replaced a majority of the tooth.
Dental Crowns are a central part of Matthews Smiles Dental Practice. Our expert dental care focuses on both smile restoration and cosmetic improvement.
Temporary Crowns vs Permanent Crowns
The difference between the two types of crowns comes down to where the crown is made. Any time a crown is needed, you will need a permanent solution. However, to protect your tooth, a temporary crown is crafted and fitted by the dentist in their office. Permanent solutions are custom created in dental laboratories where acrylic-based materials or metals can be properly molded to act as a permanent replacement. Dental Crowns are often a two part process and require expert care.
If you are looking for a Dental Crown, need to have an old or broken one fixed, or want to know how to improve the cosmetic appeal of your teeth, call us today. We will happily assist you and see that both the care you receive is excellent and that your time is respected.