Did you know that around 120 million people in the United States are missing at least one tooth? Tooth loss happens for various reasons, such as:
Dental crowns are a common dental procedure used to enhance a person's smile or strengthen their teeth. Around 15 million people have at least one crown.
A crown is a cap (or cover) that your dentist puts over the affected tooth or teeth. It restores the tooth to its normal function, size, and shape. A crown can be used to improve the way your tooth looks or to protect it.
Crowns can be made from a few different materials, such as porcelain, composite resin, or metal alloys. The material is often colored, so it blends in with your natural teeth.
At Advanced Smiles Marion, we stay up to date on the latest innovations and technologies. Some of the tools we incorporate into our practice include:
Our staff at Advanced Smiles Marion believes in delivering high-quality and exceptional care to every patient. We're committed to offering our patients a five-star dental experience that they won't find anywhere else.
Each member of our staff is highly trained in the field of advanced dentistry. Dr. Kyle Bogan has received numerous awards throughout his career as a dentist. He's also a fellow in the International College of Dentists (FICD). That prestigious honor is bestowed on less than 3% of dentists around the world.
Contact us today to learn more about dental crowns and our advanced dentistry services in Marion.
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Dental crowns are designed to match the color of your natural teeth. If you have more than one crown placed, we'll speak with you about ensuring your smile looks natural.
It takes around two visits to our office to get a dental crown. During your first appointment, molds are taken of your teeth, and a temporary crown gets placed. Your permanent crown will get cemented in place during your second appointment.
If you practice good oral hygiene habits, your crown can last a lifetime.