Should A Dental Crown Be Used To Address A Smile Problem?

Should A Dental Crown Be Used To Address A Smile Problem?

Posted March 9, 2018 by Wager-Evans Dental

After suffering an injury, or an advanced cavity, your tooth might need a dental crown. What you might not realize is that crowns can sometimes be used to help improve a person’s smile, even if they have not suffered a problem with their oral health. If you have a tooth that is smaller, weaker, or otherwise naturally flawed, it can interfere with your dental function, and negatively impact your smile. Using a crown to cover this tooth can be beneficial to your smile, as there are materials your dentist can use to create a life-like restoration. If you are unsure whether to use a dental crown to address a problem tooth, or undergo a conventional cosmetic dental treatment, you can discuss your options with your dentist. 

Making Cosmetic And Functional Improvements To A Flawed Tooth

Because a single flawed tooth can hurt the overall quality of your smile, patients can be eager to address the problem. If you have a tooth that needs more than just a cosmetic improvement, a dental crown can be ideal. You can have a custom crown made to imitate a natural tooth, and fit in with your surrounding teeth. You can also count on your restoration to allow you to practice normal biting and chewing habits.

Find Out More About Your Cosmetic Treatment Options During An Appointment With Your Dentist

If you want to make your smile whiter, you can discuss a whitening treatment with your dentist. If you want to fix problems with a tooth’s shape, size, or alignment, what procedure should you use? There are several different treatment options available to you. When you schedule a consultation with your dentist, they can recommend the procedure best suited to improving how you look.

Talk To Wager-Evans Dental About Using A Dental Crown To Address A Flawed Tooth

At Wager-Evans Dental, our practice is committed to offering comprehensive care to our patients. If you have a problem with the way you look, or if you have an ongoing oral health issue, we are glad to address the matter, and make sure you feel great about your smile. Located in Reno, NV, we are proud to work with residents from South Meadows, Double Diamond, Caughlin Ranch, Donner Springs, Meadowood, Sommersett, Arrow Creek, and all surrounding areas. To set a consultation or your next dental appointment, please visit our office, or contact us today  by calling (775) 829-7700.