The Facts About Dental Crowns

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If you have a damaged tooth, you probably know that you should have the issue addressed—but did you know that there are a number of things you should consider doing if you’d like to protect the health of your teeth? For instance, did you know that a crown is an option you can consider?

You see, crowns are especially useful for their ability to protect your teeth. In fact, crowns are usually placed after you’ve had root canal therapy. Crowns are also regularly used to cover cavities that can’t be treated with a filling. Doing so can actually prevent future tooth decay. Our team could also place a crown to cover a tooth that’s suffered trauma.

Crowns are also recommended fairly often because of their versatility. In fact, crowns can be used to address abnormally shaped teeth. This means crowns can be useful for enhancing the overall appearance of your teeth. Furthermore, our dentist can ensure that your crown matches the color, shape, and size of your other teeth, leaving you with an appealing solution.

However, once you have a crown placed, you should remember to care for it well. Crowns are extremely durable, but they can break and crack. To preserve your crowns for as long as possible, please remember to brush and floss well. You should also avoid biting on nails, metal, and ice.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact Hudson Dental Care at 770-438-1520. Dr. Vivian Hudson and our team will be happy to examine your pearly whites. We look forward to hearing from you soon!