Porcelain crowns NYC is a cap that is placed over the tooth and then cemented in place. It is used to give the tooth its original shape, size, and strength. It also makes the tooth look better and more natural. It is used when there is a lot of damage to the tooth's structure. Here at Cosmetic Dentist NYC, there are several different types of crowns available. One of these is the porcelain crown. Which type is used for you depends on where the damaged tooth is and how severe the damage is. The dentist will assess the kind and the amount of damage by examining your mouth and x-ray if needed. He will then discuss his findings with you before proceeding.
Some Reasons a Crown May be Needed
*Protect a weak tooth or hold together parts of a cracked tooth
*Restore a broken or worn down tooth
*Support tooth with a large filling when there is not many teeth left
*Hold in place a dental bridge
*Cover discolored tooth
*Tooth with a root canal
Steps to Getting a Crown
It takes two visits to Porcelain Crowns NYC to get a porcelain crown. The first visit includes an X-Ray to be sure that a root canal does not need to be done first. The affected tooth area is then numbed. The dentist will grind all the decayed tooth off and clean it up. He will then get an impression of the tooth; Then the crown is placed on the tooth. This will be a temporary one. On the second visit, the dentist will remove the temporary crown. He then checks the crown that was made for the perfect fit. Once everything is acceptable, and the doctor is happy with the fit and look, the permanent crown is glued into place.
The dentist here at Cosmetic Dentistry NYC is well trained. He did his training at Los Angeles Institute, which is an esteemed school. He is a patient-centered dentist and thrives on providing the highest quality care around.
Caring for the Temporary Crown
To care for the temporary crown, there are a few simple rules to follow. You need to avoid sticky and chewy foods like gum and caramel. These foods like to stick to the crown and can pull it off. You must also limit the use of the mouth on the side with the crown. Try to learn to chew on the other side. Hard food will tend to dislodge the crown and cause you to lose it so they should also be avoided. When flossing, learn to slide the floss instead of lifting up on it. When you lift up on the floss. There is a chance of pulling the crown off.
Caring for the Permanent Porcelain Crowns NYC
The best way to care for a crown is to practice good oral hygiene. Regular brushing and flossing keep the crown clean just as it does the teeth. A dental crown will last up to fifteen years depending on the hygiene. Regular visits to the dentist are essential to help ensure oral health. The better the oral hygiene is, the longer the porcelain crown will last.
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