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Why Our Dentist Might Recommend a Dental Crown

January 30, 2019
Posted By: Mark W. Wright, DDS
Dental Crown | Twin Falls ID Dentist

At Mark W. Wright, DDS, PA we recommend dental crowns for several reasons. They are not only cosmetic smile enhancers, but dental crowns also make weak or damaged teeth stronger.

In our Twin Falls, ID dental office, we assess your oral health and make crown recommendations based on your dental needs or aesthetic desires.

In other words, we can place a crown to enhance the appearance of your smile or to save a damaged tooth. In some cases, a failed root canal is the culprit when it comes to a tooth that is too damaged to be saved by a filling alone.

How Dental Crowns Work

A dental crown is permanently placed following an assessment by our cosmetic dentist and after tooth preparation. This can mean removing decayed areas of the tooth or tooth shaping.

What Are Dental Crowns?

Dental crowns are natural-looking tooth covers that blend in seamlessly with your smile—both in shade and in tooth shape. Crowns can last for a very long time with proper care.

Additionally, when you receive a dental crown from our Twin Falls, ID dental office, our skilled dentist supplies you with aftercare instructions to help with crown longevity.

Following a dental crown:

  • Your tooth will be stronger
  • You’ll be able to enjoy a broader diet
  • You’ll feel more confident
  • Your smile will be enhanced

Crowns are simply versatile and aesthetically appealing. They camouflage a number of dental issues including chips and discoloration, and they give you your bite back.

Contact Our Dental Office

If you have a worn or damaged tooth, contact Mark Wright, DDS, PA today. Our Twin Falls, ID dental office will schedule an assessment with our skilled cosmetic dentist.

Our caring team is also available to answer any questions that you may have about cosmetic dentistry or dental crown placement. We look forward to helping you achieve a great smile!

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