We Can Provide A Custom Crown To Support A Problem Tooth

With time and proper treatment, a broken bone will mend, allowing you to feel confident in your health once again. When a tooth is damaged, or affected by tooth decay, the damage will be permanent. Fortunately, this does not mean that your tooth will permanently look unattractive, or continue to create problems for you – through the appropriate restorative dental treatment, oral health issues connected to your dental issue can be resolved. Your Prairie Village, KS dentist can provide permanent support for a problem tooth after restorative dental work by offering you a custom dental crown. In addition to providing protection so that you can continue to bite and chew like normal, your custom crown can actually be made to imitate a natural tooth, so it is not a problem for your smile.

How Can I Determine What Kind Of Restoration I Need For My Tooth?

When you injure your tooth, or when you start to feel the effects of a cavity, you can be aware that treatment is necessary. However, you may be unsure of what your dentist will have to do to address the problem. In cases where your dental issue is relatively minor, a dental filling can be effective as a permanent treatment. For a more serious issue, a dental crown can be required. A crown can cover all of your tooth above the gum line, and absorb pressures created when you bite and chew, so that your dental function is not compromised.

Selecting The Right Material Type For Your Crown

If you have a problem with a tooth that is prominently featured when you smile and speak, the appearance of your crown will obviously be of interest to you! There are several material types that can be used to construct a custom crown. Fortunately, materials that can imitate your natural tooth structure are available, which can allow you to have work done without hurting the way you look. Stronger materials, like metal, can be recommended for a back tooth. This is because these teeth are harder to see, and have to absorb greater pressure when you use them to bite and chew.

Tips To Help You In Your Efforts To Prevent Tooth Problems

It can certainly be a relief to know that your dentist is able to provide supportive, lifelike restorations when dental problems occur. With that said, you should always strive to avoid treatment altogether, and preserve a healthy smile. Make sure you focus on what you are doing when you brush and floss, so that you reach every area, and fully clean all of your teeth. Cut back on soft drinks and other sugary products to reduce your risk for tooth decay. These daily improvements matter – of course, to ensure that your daily efforts are successful, keep seeing your dentist for regular checkups!

Talk To Dr. Browne About Receiving A Custom Dental Crown

Dr. Browne is prepared to help patients who are affected by dental decay, and other tooth problems. To learn more, or to arrange a visit with Dr. Browne, contact our office today at (913) 901-8585.