Have you chipped a tooth, experienced frequent toothaches, or noticed increased sensitivity to hot or cold beverages? If so, a dental crown could be the solution.
The Purpose of a Tooth Crown
Cavities, oral injuries, and general wear and tear all take their toll on teeth. If one becomes too weak or vulnerable, we can strengthen it by putting a crown on the tooth. The crown covers the entire tooth, protecting it from bacteria and further decay.
Types of Crowns for Teeth
Dr. Gradeless makes crowns from a wide variety of materials that are designed specifically for strength, beauty, or durability. Below are just a few of the options:
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Porcelain and ceramic crowns enable us to match the color of the crown with the shade of the surrounding teeth so it’s not noticeable.
Dr. Gradeless makes getting teeth caps simple and easy. It’s just a two-appointment procedure. Why wait? Contact us at (317) 841-3130 today to restore your hurting tooth.
Tooth Crown Questions
What’s the difference between a filling and a crown?
A filling builds up the areas of a tooth that have eroded or chipped due to tiny cavities or fractures. A tooth crown encapsulates the entire tooth. This total coverage provides extra strength and protection for teeth that have experienced more serious decay, multiple cavities, or greater trauma.
Is there a way to prevent needing a crown?
Brushing and flossing regularly and scheduling regular teeth cleanings are the best ways to protect teeth from cavities and decay.
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Contact us at (317) 841-3130 tomake an appointment with Gradeless Dentistry in Fishers, Indiana. In addition to tooth crowns, we also specialize in invisible teeth aligners, white veneers, and in-house root canal treatment. Located in Fishers, our children and family dentist office welcomes new patients from Carmel, Noblesville, and the areas surrounding Indianapolis. We look forward to serving you.