DENTAL CROWNS HOLLYWOOD
Our goal at GLO Modern Dental is to provide dentistry that is undetectable. Which is why our cosmetic dentist provides dental crowns. As the name implies, crowns sit at the top of the tooth like a cap. Acting as a protective cover for your tooth. These dental restorations will look like your natural teeth. Resulting in a new smile that will have you look and feel amazing.
DOES GETTING A CROWN TAKE LONG?
Getting a crown fitting requires at least two visits to our office. The first visit entails prepping the tooth and receiving a temporary crown. During this step, your dentist will remove any tooth decay present. An impression of your tooth is also made for your future permanent crown. Second visit is the actual placement of the permanent crown
KEY BENEFITS OF DENTAL CROWNS
Crowns will provide a wide array of solutions for dental problems. Some advantages they offer are:
- adding needed strength to weak teeth
- restoring teeth to a natural pleasing look
- provide covering for a dental implant
- covers teeth discolorations
- will attach dental bridges
- holding a filling together
PAIN GETTING A CROWN PUT IN?
With advancements in pain management, receiving a crown is painless. With the use of local anesthetic, patients won’t feel any pain at all. When the anesthetic wears off, it will be normal to feel some soreness and sensitivity.
ARE CROWNS BETTER THAN FILLINGS?
In many instances, crowns provide more benefits than fillings. The reason being is that a dental crown will protect your tooth from further damage. This protection aspect of crowns often extend the life of a tooth. Also in certain cases, fillings that are too big can cause your teeth to break. Causing teeth that become irreparable.
HOW LONG DO DENTAL CROWNS LAST?
With proper care, crowns can last many years. Enabling you to have a healthy functioning jaw. Many patients report their crowns lasting 15 years. How long your crown lasts will depend on many factors. Such as oral hygiene habits, and the amount of wear and tear.
Call Glo Modern Dentistry today to learn more about this restoration treatment. Our dentist will thoroughly exam your teeth and help you choose what’s the best option to save your teeth.