Crowns & Bridges
When a tooth is weakened either by decay or stress, it is best to fully restore the functionality of the damaged tooth with a dental crown. When a tooth is weakened either by decay or stress, it is best to fully restore the functionality of the damaged tooth with a dental crowns and bridges.
Custom built to enclose the weakened tooth; it becomes the new surface of that tooth. With a cosmetic dentist office located in Orlando Florida, porcelain crown expert, Dr. Karl Rayan, assures foremost quality on crown build-ups with the excellence including the look, the material, and the matching of other teeth in color and natural appearance.
Porcelain crowns are frequently chosen to repair a tooth with excessive decay, teeth that need structural support after a root canal, or teeth that are broken or cracked. And crowns are sometimes are used to simply resolve the appearance of a tooth. As long as the root structure is still intact, it is usually possible to place a crown on the existing tooth in order to save that tooth.
Three kinds of crowns are offered today by dentists: porcelain (also called dental ceramic or resin), gold (or other metal ceramic) or ceramic veneer over gold.