Broken, damaged, or decayed teeth can hurt the health and appearance of your smile, making daily functions like chewing very uncomfortable.
To repair extensive damage and address cosmetic concerns, the South Point Family Dentistry team can restore your tooth with a dental crown.
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A Solution with Many Benefits
Restore a Damaged Tooth
Following serious damage or a root canal, crowns can be used to cover the affected tooth after treatment. They protect your tooth from further damage while restoring a natural appearance.
Protection for Years to Come
Drs. Gary McCord, Christopher Maino, and Katie Macken use high-quality, medical-grade dental porcelain to create custom-made crowns. Although crowns may need to replaced every decade or so, they are designed to withstand normal pressure from chewing and biting.
All-ceramic crowns capture the look, feel, and function of a natural tooth. If you have misshapen or disproportionately sized teeth, dental crowns can improve the symmetry and brilliance of your smile.