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Restoring your smile often depends on restoring the health of broken and damaged teeth. In order for your teeth to a function effectively and continue to be able to chew and eat foods, and assist with speaking properly, repairs will need to be given to broken teeth. Any damage that has occurred will need to be repaired. In the case of an oral accident or injury, a restoration such as a crown may be required to enhance and improve the status of a tooth once again.

Restoring your smile often consists of repairing and dental damage that may have occurred. For many times in life, your teeth are susceptible to tooth hazards, and you end up with an oral accident or injury. Because your adult teeth are the last teeth you will ever have, it is important to make sure you take care of them as much as possible. However, should dental damage arise, consider repairing and protecting any damaged teeth with customizable tooth restoration treatment options such as dental crowns. Dental crowns are designed to not only cap and conceal teeth to provide an additional layer of protection, but they can also dramatically improve the visual appearance of teeth as well.

If a tooth has shattered into bits and is breaking apart or decaying, it may be able to be saved through the use of a dental crown. Dental crowns can even be used for previous repairs and replacements that have been done to teeth. This includes dental bridges, dental implants, and even root canals. Children at high risk for tooth decay can also benefit from dental crowns as they can safely be applied to add an additional layer of protection. They are extremely durable and can provide numerous decades of support for broken and damaged teeth.

Are you still seeking more information concerning dental crown restorations? If you would like more information about dental crown restorations or would like to schedule an appointment with Lake Norman Smiles, you can call us at 704-664-7774. Dr. Hoang H. Drouin and our entire team here at our dentist office in Mooresville, North Carolina, look forward to seeing you.