Whether it’s time or circumstance that has taken its toll on your oral health and your teeth, it can mean a precision plan is required to bring your smile back to beautiful and restorative dentistry is the pathway that can get you there.
Restorative dentistry completely encompasses all disciplines and treatments that modern dentistry has to offer you as it combines the aesthetics with the practical. So as well as a beautiful smile you can get optimum dental health, functionality and happiness for the long-term.
As we get older, even if we’ve done our very best to care for our teeth, some things are inevitable. As we get older our mouth goes through changes, just like our bodies, which can result in things like yellowing teeth, receding gums or even teeth that become loose.
In today’s blog we look at some of the fundamental issues that affect all kinds of people out there and what you can do to reduce the impact in the long-term.
If you have missing teeth, have lost most of your teeth or even have no teeth at all it can be a very embarrassing and upsetting issue. This kind of problem is known as edentulism and many people suffer with it, not really knowing how to cope with it. In the most troubling of cases edentulism can have a major effect on your self-confidence, affect your ability to eat well and of course this in turn can have a major impact on your everyday life.
In the Advanced Dentistry series of blogs, we take a look at some of the treatments involved with aesthetic dentistry and the reasons these treatments might be used to restore your smile and oral health.
In today’s article, we take a closer look at dental crowns, offering you some scenarios and of course some key information such as how long treatments can last (although this depends on the individual) and what dental crowns procedures involve.
What are dental crowns?
Dental crowns are a form of restorative dentistry that can help to protect damaged or broken teeth. They work by strengthening your existing teeth so you gain benefits aesthetically but also from a functional perspective. This type of treatment is also known as ‘caps’.
Reasons you may need dental crowns