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Restore Your Smile With Dental Crowns

A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap that is utilized to restore weakened, broken, or decayed teeth. Crafted from materials like resin, metal, or porcelain, crowns fit snugly over the entire tooth, providing strength and protection while maintaining a natural looking smile.

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At The Dental Home of Moore, we specialize in restorative treatments tailored to each patient's needs.

Benefits of Dental Crowns

Explore the advantages of dental crowns, including pain relief, protection, and enhanced oral function for a confident smile.

Dental crowns effectively treat worn, broken, or decayed teeth, providing lasting relief from discomfort and restoring oral function.

Crowns shield teeth from erosion caused by wear and tear, preserving their structural integrity and preventing further damage.

By restoring damaged teeth, crowns improve chewing function, allowing for better efficiency and comfort during eating and speaking.

FAQs About Dental Crowns

The Dental Crown FAQs address common questions about dental crowns, ensuring you have all the information you need for informed decisions about your oral health.

Dental crowns can last anywhere from five to 30 years with the proper care. Brush your teeth twice a day, floss daily, and stay on top of your dental cleanings to maintain your crowns. Avoid hard, crunchy, or chewy food, and wear a nightguard if you grind your teeth.

Dental crowns are the solution to many dental problems. Dental Crowns can be used to:

  • Strengthen a weak tooth
  • Protect or support a cracked tooth
  • Restore a broken or worn-down tooth
  • Help hold a dental bridge in place
  • Cover a discolored tooth
  • Cover a root canal or a dental implant

Dental crowns are made of a variety of materials. They can be made of metal, porcelain fused to metal, pressed ceramic, ceramic, porcelain, or resin. The Dental House of Moore dentist will determine which material will be right for you.

Please call our office to check on your benefits.