Dental Crowns in Seneca & Clemson, SC

Are you in need of a dental crown? Whether you're dealing with a damaged tooth or simply want to improve the appearance of your smile, dental crowns might be the solution you've been searching for. Dr. Nathan Ewoldt and the team at Clemson Family Dentistry are here to provide you with top-notch dental care, including dental crowns, in Clemson, SC. But before you schedule your appointment, let's dive into what dental crowns are, why you should consider them, and a fascinating dental fact.

Why Should I Get Dental Crowns?

Dental crowns are placed over teeth to restore the shape, size, and strength of a tooth that has been damaged by decay, fractures, or extensive fillings. They provide structural support and prevent further deterioration. They can safeguard a tooth following a root canal treatment or reinforce a tooth with a large filling, acting as a protective shield for weak or vulnerable teeth. Crowns can also improve the appearance of discolored, misshapen, or severely stained teeth, helping you achieve a more attractive and confident smile.

Did you know…

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Dental crowns can last up to 15 years with proper care.

Source: Cleveland Clinic

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The Benefits of Dental Crowns

Restores Tooth Integrity

Dental crowns are a superb solution for restoring the structural integrity of a damaged tooth. When a tooth is weakened by decay, fractures, or extensive fillings, a crown provides essential support, preventing further damage and potential tooth loss. This means you can enjoy a strong and healthy smile for years to come.

Enhancing Aesthetics

Do you have teeth that are discolored, misshapen, or severely stained? Dental crowns can be customized to match the color and shape of your natural teeth, instantly improving the appearance of your smile. Say goodbye to dental imperfections and hello to newfound confidence.

Protects Vulnerable Teeth

If you've undergone a root canal or have a tooth with a large filling, it's essential to protect these vulnerable teeth from further harm. Dental crowns act as a protective barrier, preventing fractures and ensuring the longevity of your dental work. You can chew and smile with peace of mind.

The Dental Crown Treatment Process

Consultation and Assessment

Your journey to a healthier smile begins with a thorough consultation and assessment. Dr. Nathan Ewoldt will examine your oral health, discuss your concerns and goals, and determine if a dental crown is the right solution for you. This initial step ensures a personalized treatment plan tailored to your unique needs.

Tooth Preparation and Impression

Once it's established that a dental crown is the best course of action, your tooth will be prepared for the crown placement. This involves removing a small amount of enamel to create room for the crown. Afterward, an impression of your tooth will be taken to ensure a precise fit for your custom crown.

Custom Crown Fabrication and Placement

Your dental impression will serve as the blueprint for crafting your custom crown. While your permanent crown is being meticulously fabricated in a dental laboratory, a temporary crown will be placed to protect your prepared tooth. Once your custom crown is ready, it will be securely bonded in place, restoring the strength and appearance of your tooth.

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