Some Plano residents who have a weak or broken tooth may want to research dental crowns as a solution to improve their smile and overall oral health. A crown is really a cap or covering that is tooth-shaped and when it is in place, it will cover the portion of the covered tooth that is above the gum line.
Crowns can be made of metals, resin, ceramic, porcelain, or a porcelain-fused-to-metal material. Your Plano area dentist will usually put in a temporary crown while a permanent crown is being created especially for your mouth in a dental laboratory.
Dental crowns have been used successfully in Plano cosmetic dentistry for decades.
Many Allen, Plano, and Fort Worth dentists use crowns when performing smile makeovers to cover patient’s discolored or poorly shaped teeth. Strong, natural-looking crowns are also used with dental implants.
If you think a dental crown may be right for you, check with The Plano Dentist. Or, if you are searching for quality dental care in the Frisco area, call us here at The Plano Dentist. We are located in Plano and have been serving the greater Plano area since 2005. We are currently accepting new patients at our state-of-the art, yet warm and comfortable dental office.
Call us at (972) 468-8279 and our comfortable and comprehensive team can answer any questions you have about teeth whitening in Plano, veneers, enamel shaping, or any other cosmetic dental, general oral health, or dental financing questions.