Restore Your Holiday Smile With Dental Crowns [BLOG]

Are you able to chew your favorite foods free of pain and discomfort? If the answer is no, then you need to call Precise Dental Of Houston at 832-548-9805 to schedule an appointment for a dental crown!

With the holidays in full swing, you need to be able to eat and smile with comfort and confidence, and Dr. Crouse can give you a dental crown to make that possible.

The Holidays Demand Dental Crowns!

This time of year can be pretty tough on your teeth. They’re in high demand during the holidays because one of the most exciting parts of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s parties is the amazing food!

If your teeth aren’t working like they should, you’ll likely feel it, and it won’t be fun.

Dental crowns are used to get your teeth healthy and strong again so you can eat comfortably. That’s all thanks to how strong and durable dental crowns are. They also give you a pretty, natural-looking smile again because they cover an unattractive, damaged tooth.

But how can a tooth become weak in the first place? Here are just a few of the most common reasons:

-Cavities That Are Too Big

-Worn Teeth

-Heavy Stains

-Chipped, Cracked, & Broken Teeth

-Infection

-Enamel Erosion


Dental crowns can repair and reverse damage and decay so your smile looks and feels great again.

Ways Dental Crowns Can Restore Your Holiday Smile

Let’s take a look at some of the ways dental crowns at Precise Dental Of Houston can restore your holiday smile!

*Dental Crowns Protect Your Smile

Our teeth are durable by design. If you think about it, you use your teeth all day, everyday, for a lifetime. It’s not surprising, then, that as strong as they are, your teeth can become damaged.

Surface damage to your tooth enamel like chips, cracks, and dents are unsightly. But more extensive damage like breaks and large cracks are a threat to your health because it gives bacteria a doorway to the inside of your teeth.

Dental crowns are an effective option for repair for a couple of reasons. First, dental crowns look just like real teeth, so they can be used to hide the embarrassing surface damage while blending in with your overall smile.

Secondly, dental crowns make your tooth stronger, covering and protecting it as time goes on so any damage that was there doesn’t get worse.

*Dental Crowns Make Teeth Stronger

One of the biggest threats to your smile, and your health, is bacteria. It lives in your mouth at all times and waits for food particles and debris that it can eat. When it does, it can multiply and attack your enamel and get inside your tooth and cause an infection.

Dental crowns can be used after your infected tooth has been cleaned out and sanitized during a root canal procedure. The crown caps the treated tooth and saves it, and your body, from the spread of infection.

*Dental Crowns Save Decayed Teeth

A decayed tooth is caused by harmful bacteria that’s eaten its way through your tooth enamel. When that happens, your tooth can be saved by a simple dental filling. But did you know that even dental crowns can step in when standard fillings fall short?

Sometimes, a cavity can get too big, making it impossible to for a regular filling to have enough healthy tooth enamel left to adhere to. Dental crowns are the next best option to salvage your decayed tooth. It covers the tooth and keeps it safe from further decay in the future.

*Dental Crowns Complete Your Smile

You might hear a lot about dental implants as the leading form of tooth replacement today. But that doesn’t mean that implants are the only recourse for patients missing a tooth.

That’s because you might only have one tooth that needs to be replaced. A dental bridge is a great solution! Using three natural-looking crowns, a dental bridge anchors your replacement tooth on both sides with a dental crown in the center. It’s crafted to blend in with the rest of your teeth for a beautiful, complete smile.

Schedule An Appointment

In order to truly enjoy the holiday season, you should be able to chew comfortably and smile confidently. Dental crowns at Precise Dental Of Houston can help you do that.

Dr. Crouse is an experienced, skilled dentist who knows what healthy teeth and a beautiful smile mean to you and your holiday experience. She, along with our team of highly-trained professionals, will make sure your teeth are strong and ready to meet the demands of the season so you can enjoy it to the fullest!

Fix your smile with dental crowns. Call Precise Dental of Houston at 832-548-9805 or fill out our online form to schedule an appointment.

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