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What are the Benefits of Dental Crowns?


Posted on 12/15/2023 by Dr. David Wanserski
Image of an older woman smiling, on a couch, and not been to the dentist for years. Dental crowns offer a highly effective solution for repairing injured teeth. They bring numerous significant benefits to your oral health. With the help of a crown, a natural tooth can often be saved from extraction, preserving its integrity. Dental crowns restore your smile to a state of health, functionality, and beauty. The following are the advantages of dental crowns:

Restore Teeth Appearance


Dental crowns offer cosmetic advantages. By fitting over your natural tooth, crowns swiftly address discoloration, chips, fractures, and misshapen teeth. This ability to instantly enhance the appearance of teeth makes dental crowns a popular choice for achieving cosmetic dental goals.

Relieve Dental Discomfort


Dental crowns play a crucial role in restorative treatments. They help to repair damaged enamel or structural issues in teeth. These problems can lead to tooth sensitivity when exposed to temperature or pressure. After addressing the underlying issue, such as through a root canal or filling, it becomes essential to safeguard the remaining portion of the tooth. A dental crown serves as a protective barrier, preventing the tooth from further damage and reducing sensitivity.

Reinforce a Bridge


Losing a tooth can be a frustrating experience for adults. Whether it occurred during an adventurous moment or if a permanent tooth failed to grow after the baby tooth fell out. A dental bridge provides an ideal solution in such situations. It anchors and connects to the adjacent teeth, creating a bridge supporting the replacement tooth. This enables you to restore your smile without the need for dentures, as the bridge provides a secure and natural-looking replacement.

Dental Crowns are Durable


Dental crowns are crafted from durable materials specifically designed to withstand the rigors of grinding, biting, and chewing food. With proper oral hygiene practices and regular dental examinations, crowns can last for an extended period. Most crowns can surpass 30 years of longevity.
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Dr. David Wanserski, DDS, from Wanserski Dental Center for Complex Dentistry, has created this informative blog to help educate the community. Learn more.
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