Porcelain Dental Crowns: An Excellent Way to Preserve Natural Teeth

Best Porcelain Dental Crowns in Mesquite Area

Your teeth work every day. When chewing food and biting substances, your teeth absorb most of the shock. While your teeth are built for tenacity, they are also susceptible to cracks and fractures. Unfortunately, pain and tooth sensitivity can be unbearable when your tooth is damaged.

The good news is that at Kings DentalDr. Vidya Suri and the team can revive your smile using natural-looking dental crowns. Tooth-shaped caps improve the appearance and strength of your tooth and protect the tooth underneath from further damage.

Why Do I Need A Dental Crown?

By now, you know a dental crown is used to revive a damaged or decayed tooth. But dental crowns aren’t used to repair all tooth damage. If the damage is too minor, a dental filling or inlay/onlay may be the most cost-effective and conservative way to restore your tooth. However, if you have extensive damage, that’s where a dental crown comes into play.

A dental crown wears several hats in dentistry. Your dentist may recommend a dental crown in the instances below:

  • To complete the dental implant process.
  • To replace an old, broken, or failing dental filling.
  • To protect a tooth that has undergone root canal therapy.
  • Dental crowns anchor a dental bridge in place.
  • To aesthetically improve a rotated, misshapen, or severely stained tooth.

A crown might be small, but boy, it packs a punch! Crowns are used for both non-cosmetic and cosmetic functions in dentistry, making them a popular appliance in many dental clinics.

Our Dental Crowns Are Natural-Looking

When cemented in place, crowns sit above the gum line and entirely cover the visible part of your tooth. Does the crown stand out from the rest of the teeth? No chance! Our dental crowns are all-porcelain, designed to color-match the surrounding teeth. The lustrous, glistening look of your natural teeth comes about because of how your teeth reflect light. The goal of porcelain is to mimic the light reflecting properties of your natural teeth for a lifelike appearance.

Actual Patient Results

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Dental Crown Procedure

While dental crowns are common restorative appliances, it doesn’t mean any dentist can install a crown. The procedure requires attention to detail, artistry, and careful planning to fabricate an appliance that strengthens your tooth and maintains your natural esthetics.

If you don’t want crowns that fall out, please consider dental crowns from Kings Dental. After an initial appointment with Dr. Suri, the next step is to prep your teeth. We administer a precise amount of anesthesia and then shave a portion of your tooth to create space for the crown. Next, we send your bite impression images to a dental lab to create your crown.

Call (214) 703-6900 to get dental treatment.

We strive to empower you, to make well-informed decisions about your oral health through individual consultation.

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After one or two weeks, your new crown will be ready for fitment. You will need another appointment with Dr. Suri to check how the crown fits into your mouth and make the necessary adjustments until it looks natural in your mouth. If all is well, we use dental cement to bond it permanently on your tooth.

Dental Crowns Treatment in Garland, Texas

Want to learn more about dental crowns? At Kings Dental, we are happy to answer any queries you have about crowns. Please dial (214) 703-6900, and we will guide you in making the best decision for your oral health.

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