If your tooth is in a vulnerable state – either because of a physical injury, an advanced cavity, or any other cause – protection should be provided with a dental crown. Crowns offer total protection by covering the entire area of your tooth that rises past your gum line. That support creates a degree of functional protection that allows you to bite and chew like normal, while also preserving how you look. With E4D technology, you have these benefits in less time. Your dentist possesses the necessary tools to complete the design, construction, and placement processes for your crown in the office. Without this technology, patients can be left depending on a temporary crown while they wait for their permanent restoration to be constructed.
Issues That Can Call For Dental Crowns
For many people, a crown will be placed after they have a serious cavity. While dental fillings are often acceptable as restorations, larger amounts of decay can do too much harm for this to be a viable treatment tactic. In many instances, their treatment will also involve a root canal treatment, but it is possible for a cavity to require a crown even if no root canal is necessary. Physical injuries can also necessitate crowns, as can developmental abnormalities that inhibit how a tooth functions.
You Can Avoid Letting A Cavity Grow Large Enough To Require A Dental Crown – Regular Checkups Can Help
Simply put, you can avoid needing a crown for a tooth if you have decay identified and treated sooner. With regular dental exams, you create opportunities for your dentist to regularly oversee your smile – if something is found, you can have treatment promptly arranged, limiting the likelihood you will have to have a crown placed.
Talk To Modern Dentistry Of Shrewsbury About Receiving An E4D Crown
Thanks to E4D technology, your dental crown from Modern Dentistry of Shrewsbury can be ready in one appointment. This means your vulnerable tooth is protected sooner, and you can have your smile restored with a natural-looking, durable restoration. Contact us to schedule an appointment with Dr. Pizzi, Dr. Mehdi, and colleagues by reaching our office at (508) 842-8838. Located in Shrewsbury, MA, we take pride in serving residents of Worcester, North and South Grafton, Westborough, Southborough, Northborough, Boylston, Hopkinton, Millbury, and all surrounding communities.