You do not need to hide your chipped, cracked teeth anymore. Call Nashua Family Dentistry today at 603-546-7460 to restore your teeth with dental crowns. Our dentists appreciate how damaged teeth can make you feel embarrassed about your smile. That’s why they have expertise in repairing such damage with natural-looking, durable dental crowns.
Why You Might Need A Dental Crown
A dental crown is a cover for the visible part of your teeth. It’s made from porcelain or porcelain fused to metal, depending on your particular needs. Either way, it will look like a healthy version of the tooth it covers.
Dental crowns are perfect to fix the following:
- Cavities too big for a dental filling, inlay, or onlay
- Worn edges or irregular shapes
- Enamel that’s chipped or cracked
- Surface and deep stains
When you call our Nashua, NH dental office today, you can be that much closer to repairing damaged teeth with dental crowns. Because our dentists have such extensive education and experience in using dental crowns, you can get your smile restored easily and efficiently.
Restoring Teeth With Dental Crowns
1. Dental crowns protect teeth made weak by an infection.
Everyone’s mouth has some harmful bacteria in it. Normally, they can cause cavities and gum disease. But that’s not all. If they get inside a tooth, they infect the dental pulp there. Your dental pulp is home to all the tooth’s blood vessels and nerve endings. Such infections cause toothaches, but they also make your enamel brittle enough to break.
Call us today and schedule your next appointment. Our dentists have advanced training in restorative dentistry, so they can remove the infection with a virtually pain-free root canal. Afterward, that tooth is still weak. That’s when a dental crown will help. By covering the tooth, it provides a durable layer of protection.
2. Dental crowns seal up damage so it doesn’t get worse over time.
The enamel covering your teeth is tough stuff, but it can get damaged. Usually, this is caused by a sports injury, a bad fall, or a similar accident. But the end result is the same — the enamel is chipped or cracked. Because you need to keep chewing every day, all that pressure can make such damage worse over the years.
By calling us today at 603-546-7460, you can make an appointment to protect damaged teeth with dental crowns. Our dentists have such training that they can make sure your dental crown procedure is smooth and comfortable. Even better, any chips or cracks will not get worse.
3. Dental crowns replace missing teeth as part of a dental bridge or dental implant.
Sometimes, those accidents do a lot worse than chip a tooth. Some people have lost teeth from injuries. Still others have needed a dental extraction after a cavity or infection went untreated for too long. You really need to fill that empty space in your smile.
That’s why you need to call our Nashua, NH dental office today for a replacement. Dental bridges are noninvasive, while dental implants are long-lasting. But they both use a custom-made dental crown for the replacement tooth. With their years of experience, our dentists can help determine which type of replacement is best for your particular condition.
4. Dental crowns repair the damage caused by tooth decay.
Cavities are probably the most common dental problem in America. That’s because sugar is so prevalent in our diets. The problem is that your enamel doesn’t have any nerve endings in it. You can have a cavity and not know it. To make things worse, cavities keep growing until a dentist can treat it. If they get too big, a filling won’t stay in there.
Thankfully, you can call Nashua Family Dentistry today and schedule an appointment for a dental crown instead. Because it covers the tooth, it seals up a cavity. It won’t get any worse, and you can use your tooth like normal.
Call Nashua Family Dentistry today at 603-546-7460 or use our convenient online form to make an appointment for dental crowns. Our dentists sincerely want you to have a healthy smile that also looks great. That’s exactly what you can get with dental crowns.