Your Questions About Porcelain Crowns
Do you have good feelings about porcelain crowns when it comes to the benefits that they can provide for you? Do you also have questions about particular benefits you’re uncertain about, what to expect, and more? We understand that selecting restorations for yourself can feel a bit daunting because you want to be sure you’re making matters better for your oral health, your appearance, and your daily life (rather than harder in any way). Answers to questions commonly asked by our patients will begin guiding you toward seeing that crowns will most certainly be to your advantage in just about every way you can imagine.
How Do I Care For Them?
Your introduction to porcelain crowns may cause you to think that you need to handle them oh so carefully. This is often concerning to patients who wonder how porcelain restorations can hold up within one’s mouth, which is a very violent place when you think about it! Between chewing and speaking, your teeth and prosthetics really need to be quite durable. Good news: Porcelain restorations are just that! Fortunately, like your natural teeth, they just need brushing, flossing, and cleanings.
Can You Place One Due To Cosmetic Issues?
You may absolutely receive a porcelain crown for cosmetic purposes if it’s the best treatment for your smile. Remember that things like bonding or veneers may help you get to the finish line with esthetic goals. However, when you have some extreme circumstances and nothing else will work, a crown is often your next best solution.
Will It Blend With My Smile And Fit With My Bite?
Of course. We want for your smile to look real, while ensuring your bite is balanced so that you enjoy the visual effects of your smile, the function, and long-term oral health.
Learn About Crowns At Our Practice
When you need a dental crown with us, ask the questions you have in mind, so you know all you’d like to know about restoring your smile. To learn more, or to schedule an appointment, call Creekside Family Dental Care in Columbia, TN, today at (931) 388–3384.