When a tooth needs restoration, we want to offer results that look natural and project your smile. With porcelain crowns, we have an option that addresses a host of cosmetic and restorative issues. At your Dallas, TX, dental practice, we can create and place custom-made crowns from natural-looking porcelain.
When Crowns Help Smiles
A crown is a full restoration that covers the entire visible portion of a tooth, which enables us to treat minor and severe oral health issues, such as cracks, chips, major breakage, and more. We can use them to lengthen worn down tooth structure and also correct misshapen teeth. Placement could be the key to improve bite balance and chewing function. If you have lost teeth, we can use them to secure a bridge or even restore a single tooth dental implant, providing a replacement option that looks natural and is secured for years to come. Our team could even treat cases of decay or infection too severe for a filling! When you have an aching or damaged tooth, then please reach out to us to discuss treatment with a custom restoration.
Creating Your Porcelain Improvement
To begin, we will numb the tooth being treated so we can gently remove structure and make room for your new crown. We take detailed digital images of the prepared tooth from multiple angles, and use the information to design and craft a custom crown. The porcelain material can absorb daily bite forces and pressures with ease, and the material can be used to blend with your smile too. When the crew is ready, you will return for a second visit so we can attach the final product with a powerful bonding agent.
Protecting Your Smile
Good oral hygiene habits could protect your newly restored tooth and allow them to last for years to come. The same actions also safeguard your surrounding natural tooth structure too. In addition to seeing us every six months for a checkup and cleaning, our team recommends brushing twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste and flossing every evening. You also help by cutting back on the amount of sugar and starch in your diet.
If you have any questions about how we restore smiles with a custom dental restoration, then contact our team today. In 2024, we want to help you obtain a strong and beautiful smile, and it starts with a simple dental examination, so be sure to schedule your first exam of 2024 today.
Talk To Your Dallas, TX Dentist About Custom Repair
We would like to help you maintain a strong and attractive smile. If you would like to find out more about our porcelain restorations, then reach out to our Dallas, TX, dental office today at (214) 343-1818.