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What Can You Not Eat With a Crown?

What Can You Not Eat With a Crown?

by Aaron Glueck (SU)
Dental crowns are custom-made heavy-duty porcelain replacements for damaged or weak teeth. Without dental crowns, you are at the potential risk of damaging the teeth further because they are left vulnerable to disease and bacteria.

Dental Crowns 101

Dental Crowns 101

by Shearly (SU)
Of all the restorative dental procedures dentists perform, a dental crown is one of the most common and practical, serving a variety of purposes. Crowns, also known as caps -- are prosthetic devices that are permanently attached or bonded to a tooth or dental implant and used to restore the shape and size of a tooth, as well as improve the tooth’s strength and appearance, thus helping to restore your smile, dental health, and confidence. Dental crowns 101: here is a primer to help you better understands what crowns are and how they can help keep your smile fit for a king.

Will My Dental Crown be Noticeable?

Will My Dental Crown be Noticeable?

by Natalie (SU)
A dental crown is like a cap that fits over one of your teeth. It is permanent, attractive, and feels just like a natural tooth. When a tooth becomes worn down or broken, a crown can help restore the function and appearance of your smile. So, will your dental crown be noticeable when you eat, drink, or brush your teeth?