When we break or lose a tooth, we are forced to answer one question: do I fix it, or do I just deal with the loss? Your answer should always be to get it fixed. And the reasons go beyond aesthetics. Missing teeth can cause issues with your speech, eating and shifts the remaining teeth around as they try to naturally fill in the space. No, if you have a missing or broken tooth, have it looked at as soon as possible.
One of the treatment options that may be suggested will be a dental crown. A dental crown is a cap placed over a tooth to restore its strength and appearance. So, not only will no one know you’ve had an issue, but your new tooth will be much stronger. Need more reason? Here are ten…
Natural looking. Porcelain and composite dental crowns have the look and feel of natural teeth
Durable. They last up to fifteen years depending on their care
Stain-resistant. Crowns are made from porcelain
Cosmetic. Dental crowns improve the look of broken, cracked or discolored teeth
Non-slipping. Crowns are cemented or anchored in place, unlike dentures
Protection. Extra protect the tooth from further decay
Restorative. Restores your tooth to a full function
Comfort. Dental crowns and do not irritate gums like partial dentures
Speech. Missing teeth and dentures can affect speech. Crowns make speech sound clearer.
Confidence. Damaged, discolored or missing teeth causes confidence issues. Dental crowns help with that.
Call Tyngsboro dentist Dr. James Yankowskas for a consultation at 978-649-7773. Also, visit our website at tyngsborocosmeticdentist.com.
Dr. Yankowskas proudly accepts patients from Tyngsboro and all surrounding areas.