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Crowns: A Versatile Treatment

Dental crowns in Denver can serve as a multipurpose dental solution

Our dental crowns serve to make teeth healthier and more attractive for our patients at Retro Dental Group. They are ideal in treating teeth that are cracked, chipped, or generally damaged. Dental crowns in Denver strengthen your teeth while also helping to prevent further damage and tooth decay. They can be made from different types of material, although the natural look and function of porcelain is generally preferred by our restorative dentists, who will work with you to determine which type is most appropriate for your needs. Our practice will provide you with a long-lasting dental solution with our crowns. If you are interested in learning more about dental crowns in Denver for your teeth, call us today at (303) 458-7051.
Our dental crowns serve to make teeth healthier and more attractive for our patients at Retro Dental Group. They are ideal in treating teeth that are cracked, chipped, or generally damaged. Dental crowns in Denver strengthen your teeth while also helping to prevent further damage and tooth decay. They can be made from different types of material, although the natural look and function of porcelain is generally preferred by our restorative dentists, who will work with you to determine which type is most appropriate for your needs. Our practice will provide you with a long-lasting dental solution with our crowns. If you are interested in learning more about dental crowns in Denver for your teeth, call us today at (303) 458-7051.

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Some things to know about dental crowns in Denver

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Getting a Dental Crown

Dental crowns in Denver are a simple restorative process

Over time our teeth begin to weaken and become more susceptible to problems such as decay, cracks, discoloration and others. If you feel your smile isn’t what it once was, dental crowns in Denver can help you restore your smile into something you feel proud about showing off. Crowns can be made from porcelain, porcelain fused to metal, or a full gold crown. Usually a porcelain finished crown is best if you prefer a natural looking solution because it can be matched to the shade of your other teeth. The process of receiving your new crown takes 2-3 dental visits. During your first visit the tooth will be reshaped by filing down its enamel so that the crown can be placed over it. Once the tooth has been reshaped, a mold will be taken of the tooth that needs the crown as well as the surrounding area. This mold will be sent to a dental lab so that your new crown can be made. You will be given a temporary crown while waiting for your permanent crown to be made. The crown takes about 2-3 weeks to be returned to your dentist. Once the crown is returned, it will be placed and your smile will be good as new. Are you ready to strengthen your teeth by getting dental crowns in Denver? Check out our dental reviews and see what some of your Denver neighbors are saying about our services.
Over time our teeth begin to weaken and become more susceptible to problems such as decay, cracks, discoloration and others. If you feel your smile isn’t what it once was, dental crowns in Denver can help you restore your smile into something you feel proud about showing off. Crowns can be made from porcelain, porcelain fused to metal, or a full gold crown. Usually a porcelain finished crown is best if you prefer a natural looking solution because it can be matched to the shade of your other teeth. The process of receiving your new crown takes 2-3 dental visits. During your first visit the tooth will be reshaped by filing down its enamel so that the crown can be placed over it. Once the tooth has been reshaped, a mold will be taken of the tooth that needs the crown as well as the surrounding area. This mold will be sent to a dental lab so that your new crown can be made. You will be given a temporary crown while waiting for your permanent crown to be made. The crown takes about 2-3 weeks to be returned to your dentist. Once the crown is returned, it will be placed and your smile will be good as new. Are you ready to strengthen your teeth by getting dental crowns in Denver? Check out our dental reviews and see what some of your Denver neighbors are saying about our services.
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"Caring For Your Crown"

"Caring For Your Crown"

Dental crowns in Denver can last up to 15 years or longer

"As your Denver dentist, I can assure you that your new dental crowns will last you a long time with proper care at home. In order to prevent your crowns from fracturing or becoming damaged you should avoid poor habits that affect your teeth. Make sure you come in for your regular dental cleanings twice a year, as well as brush and floss your teeth daily. Removing plaque from the crown area is especially important because plaque in that area can cause tooth decay or gum disease."

"As your Denver dentist, I can assure you that your new dental crowns will last you a long time with proper care at home. In order to prevent your crowns from fracturing or becoming damaged you should avoid poor habits that affect your teeth. Make sure you come in for your regular dental cleanings twice a year, as well as brush and floss your teeth daily. Removing plaque from the crown area is especially important because plaque in that area can cause tooth decay or gum disease."

Dr. Elyse Resnick
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