Do you have a broken or decayed tooth that you are wanting to restore back to the way it once looked… perhaps better?
A Dental Crown may be the solution for you!
A Dental Crown is a procedure that involves placing an artificial ‘tooth’, usually made out of porcelain and metal, that is fixed and placed over the existing broken or decayed tooth – creating a ‘crown’, as the name of the treatment suggests.
A Dental Crown treatment is usually recommended when much of the original tooth is missing to hold a filling. They can also be used to protect weak teeth from breaking, as well as to cover badly shaped teeth, as well as stained teeth.
The process looks like this:
If Dental Crowns is not the right treatment for you, other alternatives to Dental Crowns (only in some circumstances) include the installation of Dental Veneers.
Dental Veneers are thin, custom-made shells that are placed permanently in front of your teeth in order to improve the appearance of your teeth, giving each tooth a smoother, whiter and consistent finish. Whiter teeth aside, veneers can also used to change the size, shape or length of your teeth.
Veneers are a great option to explore if you have:
Schedule a consultation at Middleborough Dental Care today to discuss whether Dental Implant procedure is the best treatment for you.