If you chip or fracture your tooth, or should you develop a serious case of decay or infection, then you may need a restoration. Fortunately, we can help restore the health, beauty, and function of your smile with a custom-made dental crown. How do we create natural looking crowns for patients in Garland, TX?
Try Our Quiz on Dental Crowns
- True or False: We use multiple materials to create them.
- True or False: Crowns address a variety of different problems.
- True or False: Placement takes just two visits.
- True or False: Routine care keeps restorations strong.
- True. For a more natural appearance, we may use all porcelain. We also have zirconia and porcelain-fused-to-metal for attractive, but more substantial, smile improvement. In some cases, an all-metal option may be the best choice for your smile. The material we choose we will be based on a number of different factors.
- True. Since they cover the tooth’s visible portion, we use them to repair advanced decay, address infections, or repair cracked or chipped teeth. They lengthen worn down teeth, address issues with malformed teeth, and also helps secure dental bridges. We also use them to restore single tooth dental implants.
- True. The first visit involves preparation. We remove tooth structure to make room and then take detailed impressions in order to create a custom-made one. The next visit involves placing the completed restoration.
- True. Once in place, brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing each night before bed will help your new restoration, and the rest of your smile, stay healthy and strong. We also suggest seeing us every six moths for checkups and cleanings. If you have any questions about our dental crowns, then contact our team today.
Does Your Tooth Need a Restoration?
Our team will create a custom-made restoration to improve your smile’s health and appearance. For more information, schedule a consultation by calling Mai Dentistry in Garland, TX, today at 972-530-0552. For our patients who don’t speak English, our office is fluent in both Spanish and Vietnamese.