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Saving Your Tooth in Three Steps: Dental Crowns

Dental Crowns | Selkirk NY Dentist

Your teeth are durable and designed to withstand a good deal of wear and tear. But they are not indestructible, and years of use, decay, neglect, and grinding habits can all lead to damage that is too severe to be resolved with a simple dental filling.

In this case, your dentist will recommend a porcelain dental crown to save the tooth by strengthening and protecting it from further damage. Single crowns are the most common restorative dental procedure, so you could say we have the process down to an efficient science!

Step One: Preparing Your Tooth

The first step in the process is to prepare your natural tooth to receive the crown. ...

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Cosmetic Benefits of Dental Bridges

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Your appearance is important – not just because of the way others see you but because of the way you see yourself. If your smile is healthy and attractive, smiling is a pleasure. If not, you probably want to hide your smile, and your confidence takes a nosedive.

Missing teeth are one of the most obvious smile flaws. How can you possibly enjoy smiling when there’s a big empty space between your teeth? Having a dental bridge placed at our Selkirk, NY office may be the solution you need to regain confidence and get back to enjoying your life.

Restore Your Smile with Dental Bridges

A bridge is a dental prosthetic designed to ...

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Crown Application Process

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If you have a tooth that has been damaged or weakened or you have recently had a root canal, you might need to get a dental crown.

Dental crowns restore the function of a tooth structure that has been compromised. They are made to match your natural teeth, so they are a seamless way of repairing a tooth.

Let’s take a look at the application process of crowns at our Revena, NY dental office.

The Dental Crown Application Process

You can expect to make a couple trips to the office to complete the crown application process. The first step in the process is preparation of the damaged tooth. In order to fit ...

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