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Three Ways Crowns Restore Your Smile

Three Ways Crowns Restore Your Smile

In our most recent dental blog, our team took a look at the way dental fillings could address early signs of dental decay and what you could expect from treatment. Indeed, tooth decay is among the most common bacterial oral health concerns out there, and it only gets worse with time. With that being said, it is important to address it as soon as possible, and our team is more than happy to help. In today’s blog, your Kansas City, MO dentist offers an alternative restorative treatment for addressing decay and describes how dental crowns can address a few different concerns.

Preventing Infection from Spreading

It goes without saying that preventive dentistry is the name of the game when it comes to prioritizing your oral health. While it is effective for fending off many bacterial threats, it does not do much in terms of addressing physical accidents or injuries. Indeed, dental prevention has its limits, and when it comes up short, your next best option is to pursue a restorative treatment.

Restorative dentistry can be considered any treatment that aims to mitigate the effects of an infection, reduce damage, and otherwise restore your oral health after an issue has already wreaked havoc on your grin. There are different options you can pursue based on your unique needs, but none are more versatile than dental crowns.

A dental crown is a hollow cap that is designed to fit snugly over a specific tooth. Your dentist will obtain your measurements to ensure the cap creates an air-tight seal once it is placed. Moreover, one of the biggest benefits of crown restorations involves their ability to prevent an infection such as decay from spreading. Contact our team to learn more today.

Providing Structural Support

Another way that dental crowns offer benefits to treatment is by providing additional structural support. Take, for example, a person in need of a root canal procedure. Following the treatment itself, there is a recovery period in which routine functions like biting and chewing are extremely difficult to perform.

Following root canal therapy, your dentist might opt to finish treatment by placing a dental crown over the serviced structure. This step not only provides the support needed to support your bite, but protects the structure as it heals. To learn more about this process and how we can help, give us a call today.

Aiding in Routine Functions

In addition to the advantages listed previously, a dental crown can also aid in routine dental functions. As we mentioned briefly, your teeth are needed to complete daily tasks such as biting, chewing, and eating. When a structure becomes infected, performing these simple tasks can be much more of a chore than they have to be. Because a crown can support the pressure of your bite, it is an effective solution for aiding in routine tasks.

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Contact Delightful Dental Care in Kansas City, MO by calling 816-942-7669 to schedule your next appointment with our office and learn more about the benefits of dental crown restorations.

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To learn more, get answers to questions, or schedule a consultation with us, call Delightful Dental Care in Kansas City, MO, at 816-942-7669.

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