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A Long-Term Solution to Repairing Damaged Teeth with Porcelain Dental Crowns

Dental crowns can be used for both restorative and cosmetic reasons. Porcelain crowns offer strength and stability to damaged teeth to restore their usefulness. At the same time, a crown can conceal the damage to improve your tooth’s appearance. You can learn more about this versatile dental treatment from Dr. Jill Seguin of Milford Dental Care in Highland, Michigan.

What Can a Dental Crown Do?

Porcelain dental crowns are special tooth coverings placed over damaged teeth to fortify and protect them from further damage. These custom-designed white caps for teeth completely cover compromised teeth to seal them from decay and keep them from crumbling.

A properly placed crown can preserve your oral health by:

  • Restoring decayed teeth – Dental crowns can restore severely decayed teeth that can’t be repaired with dental fillings. After removing the decay, Dr. Seguin will trim and crown your tooth to prevent future infection.
  • Repairing damaged teeth – Crowns can repair chipped, cracked or broken teeth to keep them from crumbling. In the process, crowns restore their function and appearance.
  • Protecting root canal teeth – Dental crowns help protect weak teeth that have undergone root canal treatment.
  • Serving as replacement teeth – Porcelain crowns can serve as replacement teeth for dental implants after losing natural teeth.

Can Dental Crowns Enhance Tooth Appearance?

Porcelain crowns can also be used for cosmetic reasons to conceal dental imperfections and enhance your tooth’s appearance. By concealing stains and discoloration, a dental crown can brighten your smile. Crowns can also alter the size, shape or spacing of your teeth to correct problems with gapped, uneven or misshapen teeth and give you a winsome smile that’s more uniform and pleasing.

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How Long Do Dental Crowns Last?

With proper care, porcelain crowns can last 10-15 years without needing replacement or repairs, providing you with long-term protection for damaged teeth. The versatility, durability and longevity of dental crowns make them a popular dental treatment.

To learn more about dental crowns and how they can benefit you, contact Dr. Jill Seguin from Milford Dental Care in Highland, MI, at (248) 845-4575.

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Dr. Jill Seguin

Milford Dental Care

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Milford Dental care is committed to providing patients with the best dental experience in their life. Dr. Seguin and her entire staff carry the same values of compassion and quality care towards all their patients by practicing guilt-free and pain-free dentistry.

Dr. Seguin carries more than 24 years of dentistry expertise in the field with advanced knowledge gained through certifications from acclaimed Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Studies and the Pankey Institute for Advanced Dental Education. Due to her impressive work ethics and skills, she also holds membership in the Academy of General Dentistry and International Association of Orthodontics.