While you might consider your teeth strong and sturdy, your pearly whites can be damaged like other body parts. So, your teeth must be cared for diligently at home and routinely with a professional. But even with care, injuries can occur, and sometimes decay can crop up due to genetic predispositions.
If you struggle with a damaged tooth and you’ve been told the damage is too big for a tooth filling, dental crowns in Noblesville, Indiana, can help. Robert L. Holloway, DDS, offers porcelain crowns to reinforce and protect a compromised tooth from further damage. Artfully placed by Dr. Robert Holloway, porcelain crowns provide a beautiful, long-lasting restoration.
Dental crowns come in many shapes and sizes to accommodate different needs. The common types of dental crowns include:
Getting a crown may seem like a big decision, but we are here to guide you every step of the way. During your initial consultation, we’ll examine your tooth and determine the best restoration for your smile. When designing your crown, we’ll also consider your budget, personal preferences, and other factors.
Once your tooth is restored with a crown, your smile will look stunning, and you’d like to keep the results forever. While dental crowns are designed to last, you should take diligent care of them to ensure they always look brand new.
Follow the steps below to ensure your crowns last many years.
Dental crowns have been around for a while. However, modern dental crowns have been refined to act, feel, and function like your own teeth. Once we restore your smile with porcelain crowns, any evidence of prior tooth damage becomes undetectable. You’ll even forget you have a crowned tooth as it seamlessly blends with your natural teeth, both in sensation and functionality.