Dental Crowns Offer A Way To Save Your Damaged Tooth

Serious dental damage can be painful, and upsetting. When an injury affects your tooth, you can worry about the effects on your health, but your concern can also center around the future of your smile. What if you have permanent dental damage that upsets your appearance? What happens if the tooth is lost? Dental crowns are relied on to restore teeth that are affected by damage, as well as by tooth decay. Because modern, appearance-friendly materials are used to make your crown, you can be relieved to learn that your dentist can save your tooth, and your smile.

Dealing With Advanced Cavities Or Dental Damage

Advanced cavities and physical injuries can both pose serious threats, and potentially cause you to lose your tooth. In both cases, prompt treatment can improve the chances the tooth will be saved. A crown can completely cover your tooth above the gum line, and handle routine biting and chewing pressures. Because your crown can be made from a ceramic material that can expertly mimic your enamel, people can still see your smile as unaltered and healthy. This full support for your dental function and appearance is the goal of restorative dental work.

How You Can Receive A Dental Crown In Just One Appointment

Prompt care means returning to good oral health in less time. By using CEREC dental technology, our office is able to complete the treatment you need, and help you avoid dependence on a temporary crown. You can have your crown designed, made, and placed, which will lead to complete, long-term protection for your tooth. Because the crown you receive is made to look like your natural tooth, this also means a return to your normal, attractive smile in less time.

Talk to Pacific Hills Dental About Treating A Damaged Tooth With A Dental Crown

At Pacific Hills Dental, patients who suffer from a serious cavity, or a tooth injury, can look forward to support from a CEREC dental crown. To make an appointment for yourself, or to book one for a family member, call our Omaha, NE, dental office today at (402)330-2243. We are proud to treat families in Omaha, NE, and all surrounding areas, including Papillion, Elkhorn, La Vista, and Millard.