Restore the smile with dental crowns
At Total Health Dental, we assist Aurora, Illinois area patients with many dental needs. Patients who have damaged teeth may require the placement of a dental crown, also known as a ceramic cap for teeth. Dental crowns play a crucial role in general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry and are used in various situations.
The purpose of teeth caps for adults
Dental crowns are used in many different cosmetic and restorative situations. A dental crown may be used in the following ways:
- To cover a tooth that has recently been weakened by damage, large cavities, or root canal therapy
- To cover the abutment of a dental implant to act as a false tooth
- To cover teeth that are chipped, cracked, or permanently damaged
- To protect teeth near the front of the mouth, known as a front tooth crown
With the help of Dr. Khaja Mohsinuddin and his team at Total Health Dental, patients in the community have options for restoring one or more teeth with dental crowns.
Will dental crowns look natural?
Absolutely! Our team is committed to ensuring every dental restoration we make is made with your current smile in mind. Our dental laboratories are skilled at creating dental crowns that match the patient’s existing tooth color. That ensures the final restoration will blend in beautifully with the smile when placed. We don’t want dental work to LOOK like dental work and pride ourselves in providing quality crowns and other porcelain restorations that look beautiful!
How long does a dental crown last?
Most dental crowns will last a decade or even longer when patients are prudent about adequately caring for their teeth. Patients will want to ask their dentist how to floss around their restorations and brush correctly around the crowns and existing teeth to maintain oral health and wellness.
Call Total Health Dental of Aurora, Illinois, today
Dr. Khaja Mohsinuddin and his team at Total Health Dental are committed to offering new and returning patients solutions for their smiles, whether for general, cosmetic, or restorative dentistry. The office is conveniently located at 2460 S. Eola Road and can be reached by calling (630) 822-9600.