Dental Crowns Restore Damaged Teeth
By EDWIN YEE
February 20, 2020
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry
Tags: dental crowns  

How dental crowns from your dentist in Pensacola, Florida can help your smile.

Your teeth are strong, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be damaged. Everyday habits like chewing hard objects or grinding your teeth can all work together to chip or crack your teeth. Your smile shows the wear-and-tear of your life. The good news is, dental crowns can restore your damaged teeth and make your smile new again. Dr. Edwin E. Yee in Pensacola, Florida offers dental crown options that can help your smile.

Dental crowns work differently than dental fillings. Crowns cover the entire visible surfaces of your teeth, above the gumline. That means when you bite down on a dental crown, the biting stress is spread evenly across the entire surface of your tooth, protecting the tooth. Dental crowns restore your biting and chewing function along with giving you a beautiful smile.

Today’s dental crowns enhance the beauty of your smile too. That’s because one of the main crown materials is porcelain, a beautiful, natural-looking material that is also stain-resistant. Porcelain is light-reflective like natural tooth enamel and mimics the appearance of natural tooth enamel. Full porcelain crowns are often placed on front teeth or teeth that are visible when you smile.

Full porcelain crowns are suitable for any area of your smile, but sometimes you need more strength for your back teeth. For this reason, porcelain is often combined with a metal underlay. These crowns are known as porcelain-fused-to-metal or PFM crowns. PFM crowns are suitable for any area of your smile.

If you have damaged teeth, consider dental crowns, the best way to provide the strength you need and the beauty you want in your smile. To find out more about dental crowns and how they can help your smile, call Dr. Edwin E. Yee in Pensacola, Florida at (850) 479-3355. Call now and protect your smile.

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