How dental crowns from your dentists in Providence can save your smile
Does your smile need saving? Do you have a smile full of old, crumbly metal fillings or broken teeth? If so, it’s time for you to discover the benefits of dental crowns. Today’s dental crown materials and techniques offer benefits that can’t be matched by conventional fillings. Drs. Lawrence and Marc Page at Page Family Dentistry in Providence, RI, want to share the facts about dental crowns and how they can save your smile.
Dental crowns are much more protective than conventional fillings. That’s because a dental crown covers the entire visible part of your tooth above the gumline. The crown protects your tooth from severe biting and chewing forces when you eat your food by spreading the stress out over the entire tooth surface.
At Page Family Dentistry, you can choose beautiful, sparkling porcelain for your crown. Porcelain crowns are strong, but they also offer other additional benefits like these:
- Natural beauty, because porcelain reflects light, just like natural tooth enamel, making your crowns virtually indistinguishable from natural teeth
- Long-lasting protection, because dental crowns typically last much longer than conventional fillings
- Long-lasting beauty, because porcelain resists stains, unlike filling materials
Dental crowns can transform a metal-filled smile into a smile that looks beautiful and natural. They are the perfect choice if your smile is worn-down or damaged from general wear-and-tear, bad habits, or aging.
Dental crowns don’t just help your smile. When you don’t have to worry about a tooth breaking, you will naturally chew your food more thoroughly, which helps your digestion and your overall health.
If you want to repair your smile with a beautiful alternative to fillings, dental crowns are the right choice to make. You deserve to have a worry-free dental alternative that will last for many years. You deserve to learn the benefits of dental crowns for yourself. For more information about dental crowns and other services, call Drs. Lawrence and Marc Page at Page Family Dentistry in Providence, RI. Call today!