Latest advances in dental technology means there is no need to live with missing, damaged, or gapped teeth. These issues not only decrease the ability for you to enjoy your food, but also ruin your self-image and confidence. One way to restore your teeth structure and appearance is to use porcelain dental crowns.
Porcelain is a type of ceramic that is fabricated in a dental lab by stacking and firing. The result is a glazed, natural-looking cap that is placed over a damaged or decayed tooth. The crowns can be used to fix a spoilt tooth structure in a very short time. These crowns can also restore situations where dental decay has destroyed most of your original tooth.
Our Tujunga dental crowns expert fits the crowns over the damaged tooth surface using dental cement, which makes the underlying tooth structure naturally strong and durable.
Porcelain Dental Crowns Tujunga
This procedure is also called all-ceramic restoration. Demand for this procedure has soared over the past few years due to the life-like translucency and strong mechanical properties that offer strength and durability for longer. However, the procedure is only performed the right way by our Tujunga porcelain crowns expert.
Our expert in dental crowns in Tujunga fits these crowns in one hour or less. This makes it ideal for people who are busy and who do not have a lot of time on their hands.
These restorations are metal free, which makes them suitable if you suffer from metal allergies.
Crowns can make your spoilt teeth look natural and cosmetically pleasing better than any other teeth-restoration options. This is because crowns can restore tooth structure, teeth function, and strength. When cemented by our dentist in Tujunga, crowns can protect what is left of your teeth.
These crowns can also help dental implants fixed previously to work comfortably with your remaining teeth. The crowns can also hold dentures or a bridge firmly in place.
Our expert in porcelain crowns in Tujunga can fix crowns for various dental problems. This will help restore your dental structure for ages.