What Is A Dental Crown?
Dental crowns are commonly used to treat a range of cosmetic and restorative dental concerns. Dental crowns provide natural and durable results. Stain and decay resistant, dental crowns are designed as a permanent dental restoration that can be custom fabricated to blend seamlessly with your natural smile.
What Are Dental Crowns Used To Treat?
- Discolored teeth
- Misshapen teeth
- Missing teeth with dental implants
- Reinforce a tooth with a root canal
- Broken, chipped or crooked teeth
What Are Empress Dental Crowns?
Our Greeley dentist office provides patients with the choice of using Empress® dental crowns by Ivoclar. Empress restorations enhance the benefits of traditional dental crowns with lasting beauty.
Fabricated from metal-free, heat-pressed glass ceramic, Empress crowns look, feel and function more like natural teeth. The special material reflects light just like natural teeth for a realistic appearance. Empress crowns will blend flawlessly with your smile.
Is A Dental Crown The Right Solution For Me?
Through a thorough dental health exam, your Marr Family Dentist will determine if a dental crown is the right treatment option for you. Dental crowns can be fixed to a dental implant or a properly prepared tooth. The type of dental implant will be determined based on your personal oral health concern.
What Are The Benefits Of Dental Crowns?
o A crown that fits correctly over your tooth can last for many years, even for decades.
o A dental crown covers the tooth over which it is placed (think of it as a cap for your tooth), so it protects the tooth against tooth decay.
o A crown can cover up a stained or unusually shaped tooth, adding to your self-confidence and giving you a nicer smile.
o A crown can keep a cracked tooth together and prevent or delay having to have a tooth extracted by your dentist.
Schedule An Appointment/Consultation
Dr. Kami Marr and the team at Marr Family Dentistry will restore your smile. Dental crowns are only one of the many cosmetic options offered to our patients. Contact us today to schedule an appointment or consultation. We are here to help you with all of your dental needs and concerns.