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The Many Uses Of Dental Crowns

Say goodbye to our damaged, cracked, and weak teeth with dental crowns. 

If you were to describe your smile what would you say? Would the words you use to describe your smile be positive or would they be a little more on the negative side? If you are dealing with broken, cracked, or infected teeth it’s important that you have a dentist here in Mill Creek, WA, that can help. Our family dentist Dr. Roger Flake provides immediate treatment so you can get the immediate dental crown or restorative dentistry you deserve.

Preserve Weak Teeth 

If you have teeth that are already weakened from decay or an injury, then a dental crown is often the best restoration to place over the tooth to protect the weak tooth from getting weaker. The dental crowns that our Mill Creek, WA, dentist Dr. Flake offers are incredibly durable and can protect your teeth from further damage.

Restore Broken and Damaged Teeth 

Whether you cracked your tooth while biting down on something hard or you got hit in the face playing sports, there are many scenarios that can cause broken, fractured or damaged teeth and it’s important to seek treatment from our dental team right away. Most broken or damaged teeth can be improved by placing a simple dental crown.

Improve Your Smile’s Appearance 

While dental crowns are typically used for restorative purposes, they also offer cosmetic benefits. All dental crowns that we offer are made from tough, resilient tooth-colored materials such as porcelain or ceramic. We even match the color of your restoration to your teeth to make sure it looks as natural as possible. If you have oddly shaped, irregularly shaped, pitted, or discolored teeth, talk with Dr. Flake about getting dental crowns.

Cover an Implant 

Have you decided to replace your missing tooth with a dental implant? If so, congratulations! Implants really do mimic the look, feel, and function of natural teeth. Of course, the implant itself is made out of metal, so it’s important to cover this structure with a crown. This is the part of the restoration that people will see when you smile.

If you are dealing with a chipped or cracked tooth our Mill Creek, WA, dentist is here to restore your smile. Call our dental practice today at (425) 338-2966. 

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