Dental Restorations In Welland: Crowns Can Protect And Reignite Your Smile

Many of our patients have had crowns (or crown & bridge treatment) to restore their beautiful smiles. But many of you haven’t, and we often get questions about what a crown is and why we would place one. We’re happy to take a moment today to give you a general overview of this particular dental restoration in Welland and let you know why it’s so successful, popular, and in demand.
What is a crown?
A crown is a fixed prosthetic device which simply means it’s a tooth restoration that you don’t remove – it stays permanently in your mouth to support and strengthen a tooth. It also refines its shape, alignment, color, and function. In days past, most crowns were made of gold, but now, because of their beauty, strength, and natural look, most crowns are made of porcelain. They’re so life-like, only you and your Welland dentist – us! – know that you’re sporting one.
The most common uses for dental restorations in Welland include:
Preventing a weak tooth from breaking
Restoring a broken tooth
Preserving & supporting a tooth that has had root canal treatment
Supporting tooth structure when a significant portion of the tooth has been filled
Covering severely discolored or poorly shaped teeth
Affixing a replacement tooth when tooth loss has occurred.
Crowns are extremely durable and function the way your own teeth do. They can be placed on incisors (biting teeth toward the front of your mouth) or molars (grinding teeth at the back of your mouth) and can last a very long time with regular thorough home care – brushing at least twice a day and flossing once a day.
If you think a permanent crown would help you eat, speak, and smile with confidence, call us today. As your general dentist, we will talk with you about the benefits, answer your questions, and together, decide which treatment is best for your smile.
Make your smile your crowning glory! Call us today!
Yours in excellent dental health,
Drs. Mudhar Al-Bayati & Yasser Mohammed, your Welland dentists

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