Teeth that are chipped, cracked, badly decayed, or otherwise weakened.
Porcelain Crowns maintain the aesthetic appearance of teeth by covering the entire visible surface of the tooth, while adding significant reinforcement and protection to the tooth. After removing all areas of decay, your dentist will take an impression of the tooth to be crowned and our in-house dental laboratory creates the crown. Crowns can be made of porcelain or gold. Porcelain crowns are extremely natural looking, virtually indistinguishable from other teeth, making them an ideal choice for visible teeth. Gold crowns pose no risk of chipping, and therefore are useful when crowning back teeth. Discuss the options with your Plantation dentist.
Teeth that are badly decayed may require an extraction; your dentist can replace them with bridges or implants as viable alternative treatments.