Posted by Jack Fan Feb 06, 2019
If you have a tooth that is injured (chipped or cracked) or decayed, you might expect your dentist in Oak Hill to suggest a traditional filling. Unfortunately, these are usually not enough to provide the help your tooth may need. We understand you don’t want unnecessary procedures and may be asking, “But why won’t a filling work?” Let a dentist in Oak Hill share a few ways you can tell if you may need a temporary crown.
Dental crowns provide a protective covering for an injured or decaying tooth. According to the American Dental Association (ADA), crowns can help to fix a tooth that is discolored or weak as a result of a large filling.
At your appointment, your dentist will file down the natural tooth before making an impression of it and the area above and below it. This will serve as a mold for the permanent crown. Because they take a few weeks to arrive, your dentist will use temporary cement to fix the crown. Don’t worry, this will be easy to remove once the permanent crown arrives.
Even if you are not experiencing any signs, your dentist may suggest a dental crown if he or she believes it is necessary. This is why you should attend regularly scheduled dental checkups to ensure your teeth and gums are in good shape. However, there are ways you can tell if a temporary crown is necessary. These include:
If you’re tired of hiding your smile because of unsightly teeth, or you need a little extra support to ensure your teeth don’t crack, a temporary crown is the answer to your problems. Get your smile back today!
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We know accidents can happen at any time of the day, which is why Dr. Jack Fan and his expert team provide late night hours so you can still get the service you need. As the patient, you will receive efficient, gentle dental care, and the best part is, our team will work to have you in a dentist chair within 10 minutes! Contact us at (512) 361-4288 to learn what our office can offer that other big box dental franchises cannot!
4301 W WILLIAM CANNON DR Building B #240, Austin, TX 78749
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4301 W WILLIAM CANNON DR Building B #240,
Austin, TXPhone : (512) 892-7800