If you have one or more teeth that are decayed, broken or missing, you may need dental crowns or a bridge to restore your smile to a beautiful one. Dr. Panchal and the staff at Southeast Smiles has helped hundreds of patients restore their teeth and smile. Porcelain crowns and bridges can help you regain the proper function and oral health of your teeth.
If you make the decision to go with a dental crown or bridge procedure, there are a number of factors to consider. These include the aesthetics of the dental restoration, how it fits in your mouth, how it may affect your bite and how well the teeth will be protected against further decay and infection. Dr. Panchal looks at all of these issues and more to make sure you are getting the highest quality restoration that will last you for years to come.
Our goal is to help you restore your smile and teeth to their natural beauty and function so that you can eat, talk and smile without being self conscious from decaying teeth, pain or discomfort.
Why Would I Need A Dental Crown Procedure?
Crowns or caps are commonly used in the dentistry field for both health and cosmetic reasons. A crown is a replacement cover that is placed over the tooth when it has decayed extensively, or the root of the tooth has gotten infected and needs a root canal. Crowns can be made of porcelain or metal with a porcelain cover.
Crowns can also be used to cover teeth that are not attractive or need cosmetic improvements. Dr. Panchal can also implement combinations of crowns and porcelain veneers make you a perfect smile makeover.
Porcelain crowns and partial crowns also known as inlays and on-lays, are not right for every situation especially for patients who grind their teeth or clench them regularly. If you have a history of clenching or grinding, dental crowns can give you stronger resistance and will last longer.
Dr. Panchals precise documentation and preparation along with using only the highest quality materials will assure you a healthy, long lasting smile.
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