A Dental Crown Can Help You Save A Badly Damaged Tooth

When you suffer a serious cavity, or experience dental damage in an accident, the future of your tooth can be jeopardized. Fortunately, dental crowns are able to save many seriously affected teeth. A crown offers significant support by completely covering a tooth above your gum line. Once placed, it can protect it against the forces placed on it by biting and chewing. Its presence also limits the risk an infection will take place. Because tooth loss can seriously impact your overall oral health, this capacity to save a tooth is important. After all, losing a tooth means losing its root, which supports jawbone health, and limits the movement of neighboring teeth.

Troubles That Can Call For A Dental Crown

Because crowns are often associated with cavity treatment, smart preventive dental care can limit the odds you will ever require one. Of course, these restorations are also used to protect damaged teeth, meaning they can be an important part of emergency treatment. Without coverage, a chipped or cracked tooth can be an infection risk. A painful or weakened tooth can also interfere with your ability to bite and chew.

CEREC Technology Provides A Life-Like Restoration In One Visit

CEREC technology makes it possible to have a crown produced and placed, all in the span of a single appointment. This means you can enjoy a full recovery from problems like tooth decay and physical harm in less time, and you will not have to rely on a temporary crown. During your visit, your dentist will take digital measurements of your tooth, which are used to create a custom crown at the office. Because the CEREC crown you receive is made from appearance-friendly ceramic, you can be relieved to know that your treatment will not negatively impact your smile.

Talk To Hillsview Dental About Receiving A Dental Crown

At Hillsview Dental, patients who need restorative care for a damaged or decayed tooth can count on valuable support from their CEREC crown. If you would like to schedule a consultation with Dr. Brian G. Criss, call Hillsview Dental today at 605-342-6652. We look forward to hearing from you!