It can be difficult at times to provide the necessary level of care our smile requires. Indeed, on an average day, you may have your preventive routine down to second nature. When ill, however, this very well may not be the case. What’s more? Consistently falling short in your preventive dental routine – whether you are aware of it or not – can lead to greater chances of cavity development and other infections. In today’s blog, your Lake Orion, MI dentist discusses the versatility of dental crowns, and how restorative treatment addresses oral function.
Preventing Spreading Infection
It goes without saying that preventive dentistry is the name of the game when it comes to taking care of your smile. Indeed, your teeth are constantly on the defensive against a variety of oral health threats daily, and as such, it is only natural that we provide additional care to protect our grins. The unfortunate truth of the matter is, however, that there are just some forms of concern that preventive dentistry cannot anticipate, and these issues are the ones that lead to rapid infection.
In order to best care for your smile, you will need to practice a well-rounded preventive routine that includes at-home practices and in-office treatment. Additionally, you must become prepared to address major concerns with restorative measures, and fortunately, we have the treatment to best suit your needs.
When it comes to tooth decay, a common form of dental infection, the last thing you want is for the situation to spread and become worse. To prevent infection from spreading, ask our team about our custom dental crown restorations and their additional benefits. Give our team a call today to learn more.
Reinforcing Structural Stability
Not only can dental crowns prevent infection from spreading into a tooth or outside to neighboring teeth, but it can help reinforce your natural tooth’s strength. You see, the last thing we want is for you to lose a natural tooth, and cleaning the infected structure and protecting it with a lifelike cap can be helpful in restoring your overall structural stability.
Additionally, a tooth that has endured significant infection can complicate oral function, as the infection may have reached the sensitive nerves that are kept in the roots. Contact our team today to learn more about your options.
Finally, one of the cosmetic benefits of CEREC one-day crowns is that they can be designed with your specifications in mind to create a highly-realistic restoration. We can shade-match the material used to construct the grown so as to blend in seamlessly with your neighboring teeth.
Schedule Your Appointment Today
To learn more about the various benefits of restorative CEREC crowns, contact Lake Orion Family Dentistry in Lake Orion, MI by calling 248-693-6213 and schedule your next appointment with our team today.