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Once your crown is expertly placed, you can expect it to not only look natural but also provide the same strength and durability as your original tooth. This means you can go back to enjoying your favorite foods and smiling with confidence. To ensure your crown remains in optimal condition, remember to maintain good daily oral hygiene practices.
The process of getting a dental crown is generally painless. Your dentist will administer local anesthesia to numb the area before the procedure, ensuring you remain comfortable throughout.
With proper care and maintenance, dental crowns can last up to 15 years or even longer. Regular dental checkups and good oral hygiene practices are essential for prolonging their lifespan.
Yes, modern dental crowns are designed to mimic the appearance of natural teeth. They are customized in shape, size, and color to blend seamlessly with your existing teeth, creating a natural and beautiful smile.
Yes, dental crowns can be replaced if they become worn out, damaged, or if you desire an aesthetic upgrade. Your dentist will assess the condition of the existing crown and recommend the best course of action.
While dental crowns don't need special care, it's crucial to maintain good oral hygiene practices. Regular brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups are essential for the longevity of your crown and overall dental health.
The cost of dental crowns and bridges can vary depending on factors such as the material used, the complexity of the procedure, and other additional care you may require. We will provide you will a complete breakdown of your treatment costs and payment options during your visit.
Yes, dental bridges are an excellent option for replacing multiple missing teeth in a row. They consist of multiple connected crowns, with the end crowns anchored on healthy teeth or dental implants.
Dental bridges are considered semi-permanent as they can last for many years, but they may eventually require replacement or adjustment due to normal wear or changes in the surrounding teeth.
Dental bridges are secured in the mouth using dental cement or adhesive. The adjacent healthy teeth or dental implants act as abutments, holding the bridge firmly in place, providing stability and function.