Your tooth is practically falling apart. A once full and sturdy enamel tool for dining has now practically whittled down to a hollow shell. But not all is lost. There’s still an option to salvage what’s left of the tooth. Crown it. No, really. Go ahead and treat yourself by visiting Randall A. Diez. Then be on the way to Tampa CEREC.
That’s not only time you might want to consider the wonderful dental salvaging qualities of crowns. Some other red flag situations might include: restoring a broken or dangerously worn tooth, to support or cover a tooth with a large filling (especially when there’ isn’t much tooth left), to hide a deformed or extremely discolored tooth, and steadying dental bridges. Crowns also make an excellent, reliable safety measure for children with poor oral hygiene—which results in high tooth decay. These crowns help protect your kiddos during these situations. But not all crowns are the same. Many varieties exist for the sole purpose of meeting a patient’s specific needs. For instance, stainless steel crowns are typically used as a temporary stop-gap. A placeholder, if you will—until the permanent crown usurps the throne. So what we did there? We said your tooth was a throne. Now if you’re looking for the kind of crown that blends in with the rest of the crowd, look no further than the porcelain-fused-to-metal alternative. This variation comes in a variety of tooth-blend-friendly colors. Aesthetically, these crowns are second only to the all-ceramic option when it comes to looking like normal teeth. Speak with Randall A. Diez soon about Tampa CEREC.
All you have to do is dial some numbers. Wait for it to ring. And once Randall A. Diez’ staff answers, let us know you’re interested. Setup an appointment and… bam! You’re almost at the finish line. Just a few strides away from Tampa CEREC.