METAL FREE RESTORATION
Every smile is unique in its own way. Creating a beautiful and vibrant looking smile requires certain skills and artistic ability. In many cases porcelain crown can recreate and excellent choice when teeth are damaged due to decay, fracture or permanent stains such as tetracycline. Crowns simply don’t replace missing teeth but it restores the shape or the original tooth with better esthetic appearance.
THE HOWS AND WHYS OF PORCELAIN CROWNS
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In many situations porcelain crown is treatment of choice for dentist if patient has a fracture tooth, severely traumatized or the decay is big to a point where filling is not an option. There are scenarios that and individual is a severe grinded or clenched. Grinding or clenching teeth usually happens during sleep and we don’t notice; it is a musculoneurological pattern.
Occasionally patients that clench or grind their teeth wake up in the morning with headaches. This occurs when teeth are grinder against one another. Joints and facial muscles are stressed and as a results of fatigue patient feels pain. When teeth are abraded or grinder to a point that it is severely damage, porcelain crown is a treatment of choice to restore bite and anatomy of the grinded tooth. There are supplemental treatment such as wearing a night guard to prevent teeth from getting damaged.
MAINTENANCE OF A PORCELAIN CROWN
Just like how you keep you teeth clean by brushing and flossing between you teeth, porcelain crowns also need to be flossed in between. However, the major difference between veneer and natural teeth is the color durability. Veneers do not change color so maintaining them is very simple and easy. Professional cleaning based on your dentist recommendation is recommended for the longevity of your teeth and veneers.