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3 Reasons We Would Recommend A Dental Crown

March 20, 2018
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Posted By: Dr. Shohreh Shahram
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Improvements and advances in dental materials and technology have given us many great options for restoring a damaged or unattractive smile. But one time-tested solution that has been used for decades is dental crowns.

How We Use Dental Crowns

Also referred to as “caps,” dental crowns are a reliable and durable restoration that protect and strengthen your teeth.

If the structure of a tooth is severely damaged by decay, trauma, or fracture, and a filling isn’t sufficient to protect it, a crown is usually recommended. The restoration surrounds a damaged tooth to provide support and protection. There are many materials to choose from when considering a dental crown, but all-porcelain is the most popular for esthetic reasons.

A few cases where we would recommend a crown are:

  • You have a tooth that has already been filled multiple times and needs further protection
  • We have performed root canal therapy, and a crown is recommended to protect and strengthen the weakened tooth.
  • You have had a dental implant placed, and a crown is needed to restore function and appearance.

Please Call Us to Learn More

Patients looking for dental crowns in Vienna need look no further than Tysons Dentistry. Dr. Sanati and Dr. Shahram are pleased to offer our patients the benefits of CEREC same-visit crowns.

CEREC technology allows us to plan, create, and place a beautiful, durable ceramic crown during one visit to our office. These crowns are every bit as effective as lab-fabricated crowns, but you don’t have to sit through multiple visits and wait for weeks while your new crown is prepared.

If you have questions about crowns and whether or not they’re the right solution for you, please don’t hesitate to call Tysons Dentistry. We will be happy to arrange an appointment for you to speak with one of our doctors who will explain your options and guide you in making decisions that fit your needs. 

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