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Dental Crowns in Cedar Hills TX

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Big news at the dentist's office: you need a crown. Perhaps this is your first experience needing restorative dental work done, and you are unsure what to expect. Most patients have some common questions, and we are here to provide the answers to these and any additional questions you might have.

Some of our more frequently asked questions are; What exactly is a crown, and why do I need one? How long is the process to get a crown? Is it painful to get a crown? How long will my new crown last once I have it? Do crowns require special care?

Here is the good news: We are specialists in restorative crowns at Serenity Advanced Dentistry in Cedar Hill, TX. And not just any crowns; we feature state-of-the-art Dental Crowns that allow you to have the necessary dental treatment and return to your regular life in just a day. That is a vast improvement over the traditional, lab-sourced crown placement timeline of ten days to several weeks. You can relax knowing that you are in the right hands to receive your new dental Crown and get back to enjoying life, knowing your dental health is back on track.

Frequently Asked Questions

A crown is a very common dental restoration treatment. A crown covers a tooth weakened by decay, a chip or break, gum disease, or as part of root canal therapy. Made as a covering to restore strength to the damaged tooth, a crown is a hard, cap-like shell made of porcelain, ceramic, metal, or resin. Most people think of the tooth-colored crown, patented in 1889 and made of porcelain. Today, porcelain or ceramic crowns are the preferred choices for patients because they are durable and blend into the surrounding teeth.

Crowns have enabled dentists to salvage literally millions of teeth that would have otherwise been beyond saving, but time is of the essence. If your dentist recommends a crown, get it done sooner, not later. Too long of a delay in treatment may mean that a crown is no longer a viable treatment, and tooth loss is likely.

Far from a new dental treatment, crowns made of gold have been discovered in ancient skeletal remains dating back 4,000 years; that's quite a long history! Current statistics report that approximately 15 million people in the U.S. have at least one crown; they clearly serve their purpose well!

Is this the right way forward?

Please don’t take chances with your health; call Serenity Advanced Dentistry today and find out how we can help you have optimal oral health. Your smile will thank you!

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