Reno Dentists Discuss the Need for Dental Crowns

crowns 3What word would you use to describe your teeth? Odds are you would not pick “fragile.” After all, our teeth are coated in the hardest substance in the entire human body (enamel). However, when teeth are worn down by a variety of factors, they can become somewhat fragile and can even crack or break. When a tooth suffers this kind of structural damage, a dental crown must be placed to strengthen and reinforce the tooth. To learn more about how teeth are worn down and how dental crowns repair them, read the following information from your Reno dentists, Dr. William Wager and Dr. Brian Evans. Continue reading “Reno Dentists Discuss the Need for Dental Crowns”

Reno Dentists Discuss Your Restoration with Dental Crowns

man smileA dental crown sits atop a tooth, much like a crown perched atop the head of a king or queen. However, dental crowns are neither symbols of power nor decorative wear. Instead, dental crowns are dental devices designed to strengthen a tooth that has become damaged and cannot withstand the demands of day-to-day functionality. But did you know that there are three types of dental crowns? Your Reno dentists, Dr. William Wager and Dr. Brian Evans, discuss the benefits and drawbacks of each type. Continue reading “Reno Dentists Discuss Your Restoration with Dental Crowns”