Also referred to as "caps," a Dental Crown can preserve and support your smile by encasing a tooth in custom material. Dr. Rasmussen may decide to use this form of treatment to aid in a variety of dental situations.
What is Dental Crown?
A Dental Crown is a tooth-shaped cap that restores a decayed, broken, weak or worn-down tooth.
What do they do?
Fixes cracked, decayed, and/or chipped teeth.
How long do Dental Crowns take?
Two seperate 1-hour appointments.
How long do dental crowns last?
With good oral hygiene, they can last up to 30 years.
We all want a great, healthy smile. However, often when it comes to achieving this goal, the need for some restoration comes into play. When damage such as a cracked or decayed tooth occurs, it can seriously impact the functionality and overall oral health.
Confident, natural-looking, and safe:
A crown can serve several different purposes. Covering the tooth's visible portion above the gumline can shield and support weak or damaged teeth. It can also serve as a therapeutic agent for worn-down teeth by building its shape, size, and appearance. To see if this is the best solution for you, reach out to us today for an appointment.
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