Restore Your Teeth, Perfect Your Smile
Dental crowns are highly effective treatment for teeth that have been weakened or damaged by decay or trauma. They restore strength to such teeth and help to preserve as much of their structural integrity as possible, which is always preferable to extraction. Aesthetically, dental crowns restore beauty to smiles affected by severely decayed, discolored, or flawed teeth. When such teeth are covered with a custom-crafted ceramic crown, a smile can be made whole and vibrant once again.
The skilled dental professionals of The Silverstrom Group produce nature-looking dental crowns of the most surpassing quality for their patients with the finest materials. Dr. David Silverstrom and Dr. Gary Silverstrom use crowns for a variety of applications, from sealing teeth that have undergone root canal therapy to topping dental implants that have been surgically placed.
What Are Ceramic Crowns?
Crowns cover the entire visible portion of a tooth, lending it strength and protecting it from further damage. Crowns are generally used to salvage the healthy portion of a tooth that has been compromised by decay, trauma, or infection; however, they can also be used to cover a dental implant or to support an artificial tooth as part of a dental bridge.
Customized Crowns Made In-House
Often, your crown will be custom crafted in our in-house computerized dental laboratory, which allows us to control the cost and quality of the restoration and eliminate any delays caused by having to work with an off-site lab. If the placement of your crown requires a second visit to our practice, you will be fitted with a temporary crown that will restore function to your mouth and minimize discomfort in between appointments.
Drs. David and Gary Silverstrom are renowned for bringing an artist’s touch to every service they provide. They will use their finely developed eye for aesthetics to ensure that your crown blends seamlessly into your smile, complementing the size, shape, color, and texture of surrounding untreated teeth.
While many patients require only a single dental crown to be placed, a full set of dental crowns can be crafted as part of a more comprehensive reconstruction of the mouth.
One Visit Crowns
Have a busy schedule? Thanks to advanced CEREC® technology, we are able to provide patients with exquisitely crafted, fully customized dental crowns in just one office visit. Computerized dentistry allows for restorations that are as strong and natural looking as those created by our dental laboratory and are ideal for on-the-go patients with little time to spare for multiple office visits.
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