Dental Crowns

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What is a dental crown?

Dental crowns can help restore your broken or damaged teeth – but really they can do so much more. Read on for more information about crowns and what they can do for you! What are dental crowns used to treat? Dental crowns are simply “caps” that are placed over teeth that are extensively damaged. This may be …

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Why Your Dental Crown Might Hurt

Getting a dental crown can be incredibly relieving when you’ve been living with a persistent toothache. Dental crowns are commonly used in our office to restore injured teeth and also to replace old fillings that are no longer providing protective value. In many ways, this method of care has improved over time. Patients who prefer …

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Dental Crowns – The 411

Please explain…here are ten things you may not know about dental crowns: Dental crowns are completely natural-looking. Dental crowns are strong. A damaged tooth or a tooth that is off-color, oddly shaped or out of alignment can be entirely “capped” and strengthened with a crown. Dental crowns are permanent. They are cemented onto your existing …

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Crowns Are Not Just for the Head

Apparently, the head is not the only part of our body that can wear a crown. Our teeth may eventually need crowns, too. Known as a dental crown, this tooth-shaped “cap” is designed to be placed over a tooth that has either been distorted or damaged due to certain conditions. This procedure is done in …

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