How healthy and vibrant you feel often gets reflected through your smile. Unfortunately, broken, misshapen, or discolored teeth may diminish this healthy reflection. Chipped or broken teeth may also make it difficult to eat and drink what you enjoy without accompanying worry or discomfort.
Miami’s Dr. Andres de Cardenas and his staff make it their mission to make every patient feel at home. An extension of this duty is the restoration of the function, as well as the appearance of teeth by utilizing crowns on teeth for a preeminent aesthetic.
Crowns For Teeth
Crowns for teeth, or simply dental crowns, are tooth-shaped coverings that Dr. de Cardenas places over the portion of a tooth that resides above the gum line. This procedure restores the tooth’s natural function, strength, and appearance.
With a variety of crowns for teethavailable, Dr. Andres de Cardenas will work closely with you in order to determine the crown material that is best suited to your unique, individual situation, in addition to your aesthetic goals.
Different Types of Crowns:
Porcelain – Fused – To – Metal
The procedure to administer crowns for teeth is typically a two-visit process. The first visit will often involve Dr. de Cardenas examining the damaged tooth before preparing a mold for a permanent crown.
During the second phase, Dr. Andres de Cardenas will remove this temporary fixture to implement the permanent crown. As a part of the preparation process, he will remove part of the tooth’s original structure.
Once you complete the crowning procedure, a new crown will fully encase the portion of the teeth that reside above the gum line. The good news is that crowns on teeth impart greater strength and function inside of the mouth. Furthermore, onlookers will only see a tooth with a beautiful appearance.
The Lifespan of Crowns on Teeth
Crowns for teeth possess longevity with a lifespan of about 10 years. This is largely because dentists often feel most confident with a crown fixture that lasts at least this long. Nonetheless, with proper care and optimal oral hygiene, crowns on teeth may last 50 years or more.
Some crown materials last longer than others. For example, porcelain crown material is far more fragile than gold or steel.
Learn More About Crowns on Teeth from Dr. Andres de Cardenas
Naturally, you want to show off a smile that is as healthy and vibrant as you feel. You will also want to enjoy your favorite foods and drinks without feeling worried or experiencing discomfort.
Dr. Andres (Andy) de Cardenas invites you for a visit to his dental practice. Come in and see us to learn more about everything that a dental crown in Miami can do for you.
Simply contact our staff utilizing our convenient email form and we can get right back to you in a timely fashion. You may also call us at (305) 251-3334. With one visit with Dr. Andres de Cardenas, you can see if a dental crown in Miami represents the ideal solution to help your broken, misshapen, or discolored teeth.
When you choose Dr. de Cardenas as your dentist, you can experience the difference between treatment as a patient, and treatment as a part of a family in an exceptional, welcoming environment.
Are Dental Crowns Right For You?
Are missing or broken teeth keeping you from smiling as much as you’d like, causing you embarrassment, or keeping you from chewing properly? If so, Dr. Andres de Cardenas wants you to make an appointment today. You can contact us using our convenient email form and we’ll get right back to you, or simply call us at 305-251-3334.