Dental Crowns Bring Function Back to Damaged Teeth

Unfortunately, teeth can suffer from damage or decay and when left untreated, can cause lasting issues. It can be difficult to live with damaged teeth and you may find yourself avoiding certain foods to avoid further damage or pain. Instead of working around a damaged tooth, protect it and restore your smile with a dental crown! Dr. Aliya Khan at Moorestown Smile Center in Moorestown, NJ, can inform you on how dental crowns can help your smile feel healthy again.

How Dental Crowns Can Restore Damaged Teeth

When you’re struggling with a tooth that has gone through severe damage or decay, it’s important to contact your dentist in Moorestown, NJ, sooner rather than later to address the damage and protect your tooth from suffering further trauma. Dental crowns are made to cover your damaged tooth and function just like a natural tooth.

Dental crowns can be made of porcelain, ceramic, or porcelain fused to metal. Porcelain crowns are the best choice for a natural-looking tooth and can be designed to color match the rest of your smile. Crowns cover the entire tooth to the gum line and will help reinforce your biting and chewing ability, allowing you to once again eat anything you like without worry.

First, your dentist will take a mold of your mouth in order to be able to custom design a crown to match the rest of your teeth. Then, your dentist will rid your tooth of any decay and shape your tooth to be able to fit inside the crown. You’ll receive a temporary crown until your permanent crown is created and ready to be attached to your smile. Once your permanent crown is attached, you can once again enjoy life with a healthy smile!

Contact Your Dentist Today!

Stop avoiding the dentist and help strengthen your smile with a dental crown! Contact Dr. Khan at Moorestown Smile Center in Moorestown, NJ, to learn more about dental crowns and if you could benefit from one! Call (856) 638-5266 today!

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