A smile makeover makes a person's smile more aesthetically pleasing through several selected dental procedures. For instance, the dentist could improve the appearance of a person's teeth by placing dental crowns.
Dental crowns are custom-made caps that are designed to fit over the tooth. These are used as a standalone treatment. Dental crowns are sometimes placed after a root canal or over implants to renovate the function of a tooth and make it more beautiful. The dentist uses porcelain caps to offer the most realistic look.
Crowns are also used to cover unattractive or damaged teeth. Installing dental crowns provides extensive cosmetic benefits to an individual.
Only a few people are born with natural teeth that look flawless. Also, teeth tend to lose their beautiful appearance when proper dental care is not taken. Crowns are customized to match the shape and color of the patient’s other teeth.
A crown helps to achieve a smile makeover in several ways:
When a person falls or gets hit in the mouth, their teeth could get cracked. Teeth can also become worn down by teeth grinding or nail-biting. A crown helps to repair the damages and prevent further harm to the natural tooth.
A person’s smile becomes more disproportionate if one tooth is smaller or larger compared to the surrounding teeth. Many people face problems with misaligned teeth. With the help of crowns, the dentist can design the teeth according to the desired length and shape.
Dental crowns help in replacing teeth that have been lost due to unexpected accidents or the need for extraction. A crown is placed in its position as the visible part of an implant to give a natural look.
For teeth with large cavities, crowns can be made to restore them. If teeth whitening procedures are not producing the desired outcome, crowns are installed to give a better result.
Schedule an appointment with the Dental Specialists of North Florida to know more about how crowns help provide a better smile. Head over to 10 Saint Johns Medical Park Drive, Suite C, Saint Augustine, FL 32086. Contact us at (904) 794-1000 or visit our website to book an appointment with us.