Dental Crowns

Why Do Patients choose To Undergo Porcelain Crowns?

When have had any dental work done, make sure that no one knows about it. Instead, people will simply wonder and praise you for your beautiful smile.

Porcelain crowns can help you achieve that. Your friends and colleagues would only see a subtle change, but your self-confidence would greatly improve.

Cosmetic dental porcelain crowns are replicas of your natural looking teeth. They share the same visual characteristics as your natural teeth.

Dental professionals will consider several factors when choosing the right technique that is suitable for their patients.

Porcelain veneers and crowns composed of ceramic layers replace tooth enamel. Dentists will reduce a minimal amount of tooth enamel before allowing the veneers or crowns to work their magic.

For various aesthetic imperfections, porcelain veneers and crowns can be a great option. They can resolve shape or contours, fractured teeth, and tooth position as well as unfavorable coloration.

Dentists recommend porcelain dental crowns for managing any deep superficial stains in the teeth.

Cap Them Off

Porcelain crowns can replace the tooth’s cap; they replace the tooth’s external form up to the gum level.

Tooth Crowning is used to re-establish the natural form of the tooth. It doesn’t matter how the imperfections arise, they could be from trauma or tooth decay. Replacing the tooth structure is part of designing porcelain crowns.

Teeth crowning creates dramatic improvements for various patients. It’s especially true if they have worn out teeth because of bruxism and enamel erosion.

Crowns are an esthetic option in changing tooth’s color and shape.

A porcelain crown enables restoration of tooth structure that allows for lighting to shine through the crown of the tooth, Opting for all-ceramic crowns is also ideal for back teeth because they receive considerable biting force.

The Difference between Crowns and Veneers

One of the differences between crowns and veneers is the amount of tooth that needs replacement. To place a porcelain crown, two millimeters of tooth structure around the entire tooth is removed. With porcelain veneers a smaller amount of tooth structure is removed slightly beyond the front of the tooth.

What porcelain crowns can’t do?

They can’t correct poor bite, profile or tooth position fully. They can fix any minor alignment issues. Each case is different and may present its unique limitations.

In some cases, individuals may need to undergo orthodontic treatment first, to move their teeth into proper position before receiving porcelain crowns.

A Talented Ceramic Artist

The ceramic artist sculpts the porcelain crown to mimic tooth enamel. The properties of porcelain allow light to enter the tooth and make the dental restoration life-like.

In various instances, porcelain crowns can offer patients highly pleasing results. Your dentist will decide how to achieve a successful outcome.

Let our experts help you

Whether you choose a porcelain veneer or a crown, it’s ideal that you only have it done by the best cosmetic dentist. Our cosmetic dentists at Aloha Dental have years of experience in this area. When you visit our dental office, you’ll find before and after photos of our patients and learn about how our dentist fulfilled their goals of achieving a beautiful, bright smile.

If you’re ready and serious about finally obtaining that dream smile of yours, contact us today for a consultation. Our dentists will help you get there.