How Much Support Will I Really Have From My Dental Crown?

Does the formation of a cavity mark the end of your tooth as you knew it? When you arrange restorative dental work, will you have to accept that the tooth might look different, or that you will not be able to put bite pressure on it? Our Moreno Valley, CA dentist’s office is prepared to address problems with decay and physical trauma by offering lifelike dental fillings and crowns. When it comes to creating attractive dental crowns, we can provide partial or full crowns made from materials that mimic the color and general look of your healthy enamel, which allows the restoration to fit in with your smile without drawing notice. In addition to being attractive, your restoration will be durable enough to keep protecting the tooth even as you continue biting and chewing.

Crowns Offer Long-Term Protection For Vulnerable Teeth

If a tooth is physically injured, or if a cavity becomes too large for a filling to be effective at protecting the tooth, dental crowns are used. These restorations occupy more space than a tooth filling, but they are able to take on more severe issues that can affect your dental health. Crowns are also used to protect teeth after root canal therapy is provided.

We Offer Full And Partial Crowns

A full crown caps a tooth, which means it fully encompasses the portion of it that resides above your gum line. The crown will be carefully made to fit without discomfort; before its placement, your dentist can do preparatory work on the tooth to provide more room for it. A partial crown is a more conservative treatment option – while it will occupy more space than a filling, the partial crown only takes up part of the tooth. Depending on the type of support you need, you can receive an inlay or a larger onlay.

What Can Happen If I Ignore A Problem That Calls For A Crown?

If you have a problem with a toothache, or with damage to your enamel, ignoring the matter can mean letting your tooth’s health grow progressively worse. If too much time passes without the appropriate care, an infection can lead to the spread of bacteria and the loss of your tooth!

Talk To Your Moreno Valley, CA Dentist’s Office About Receiving A Crown

Your Moreno Valley, CA dentist’s office is prepared to help you if you experience a problem that requires restorative dental treatment. Through the use of dental crowns, we can make sure that teeth are properly supported so that you can smile, speak, bite, and chew with confidence after care is complete! To learn more about our services, or to discuss treatment at another of our locations closer to you, we can be reached at the following:

Dental Associates of Moreno Valley in Moreno Valley, CA at (951) 697-6800.

Riverside Dental Group at Magnolia in Riverside, CA at (951) 689-5031.

Riverside Dental Group at Woodcrest in Riverside, CA at (951) 776-9001.

Oasis Family Dental in Temecula, CA at (951) 695-2290.

Dental Associates of Riverside in Riverside, CA at (951) 369-1001.

Dental Associates of Corona in Corona, CA at (951) 273-9580.