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Dental Crowns

When a dental filling is not enough to protect the tooth, dental crowns, which are composed of sturdy porcelain that matches the color of the tooth, are placed over the surface.

Dental Crowns

A dental crown might be recommended to restore your smile if you recently had a root canal or if you need to fix one or more missing teeth. Dental crowns, which are made of strong, tooth-colored porcelain, fit over the surface of the tooth to function as a barrier of defense when a dental filling is insufficient. In addition, they can be used to fasten a bridge, a denture, or a dental implant. Regardless of their dental needs, Dr. Neal Rosenberg advises both new and returning patients to find out about their treatment options if their oral health has changed. Call (262) 377-5130 to schedule an appointment with your Cedarburg family dentist and learn more about our restorative dental services.

How does a dental crown work and what is its purpose?

A dental crown, sometimes referred to as a “cap,” is a tooth replacement that attaches to a dental bridge or implant and covers the whole visible surface of a damaged tooth. Dental crowns give a damaged tooth strength and preserve its natural appearance. They are usually used to repair teeth after root canal therapy. For a smile that feels and looks natural, they successfully replace one or more missing teeth when used in conjunction with a dental implant or bridge.

Advantages of a Dental Crown

Dental crowns, as opposed to dental fillings, cover the entire damaged tooth and can be used to bridge or implant in the place of missing teeth. A dental crown can help people who have noticeable signs of tooth decay, damage, or trauma to their teeth in the following ways:

seals and enhances the look of a tooth that is discolored or shaped poorly when a large dental filling is not enough. may be applied following root canal therapy to restore a tooth. restores a chipped, fractured, or broken tooth. can be used to affix a bridge or cover a dental implant.

Your Dental Crown Consultation

During your consultation, a mold of your teeth will be made in order to create the ideal crown for you. This mold can be altered to your specifications, allowing you to discuss the best possible shape, color, and size for the replacement crown. You might use a temporary crown while the new crown is being made if you have had a root canal, have dental decay, or have been injured. The permanent dental crown is meticulously positioned in the mouth to resemble and feel like healthy, natural teeth after it has been cleaned and adjusted.

Dental Crowns – Cedarburg

Teeth that need a little assistance getting back on track can often have missing teeth repaired and replaced with dental crowns. Please contact Hansen Dentistry at (262) 377-5130 to schedule an appointment if you have any questions about restorative dentistry or would like to know more about your options for dental care. We hope that using gentle dentistry will enhance each patient’s quality of life.