What are Dental Crowns?
Patients who experience severe decay, chips, cracks, or breaks in teeth that cannot be repaired with more conservative fillings, inlays, or onlays, may need a dental crown. A crown fits over the remaining dental structure offering support and protection for teeth and restoring function to bite. Patients may also need a dental crown if they undergo root canal therapy or as part of a single tooth implant procedure. Learn more about your Restorative Treatment Options and your Fort Lauderdale Restorative Dentist.
About One Visit Crowns
A crown is used to cover a damaged tooth in order to protect it from further damage. Crowns can last up to 10 years if taken care of properly. This process exhausts the need for temporary crowns, thus making your visits less frequent and more enjoyable. Kodish-Perez Dental Group has performed many successful one visit crown procedures. Learn more about Dental Crowns procedures in this article other tips in your Fort Lauderdale Dental Office.
Signs You May Need a Dental Crown
Dental Crowns Reviews
What To Expect With Dental Crowns
Once a fabricated crown is made and is placed upon the tooth, the fit and color are checked to ensure your needs are fully covered, as well as your overall happiness.
Expert & Certified Dentist Dental Crowns
Would you like to have a one visit crown procedure scheduled? Contact The Kodish-Perez Dental Group today and find out if a one visit crown procedure is right for you.
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