Get the Smile You Love With Esthetic Crowns

Your smile is your statement to the world, and it should make you feel like a winner. If you have teeth that are misshaped or fractured, esthetic crowns will restore your smile beautifully. The latest dental technology allows your new crown to be installed in one visit, although a fused metal one requires an additional visit. Casler Dental Group, servicing Broken Arrow, is the trusted dental practice that you can count on for installation and to help you maintain good oral health.

Are Crowns the Same as Veneers?

Crowns and veneers are both tooth restoration methods. Both improve the appearance of teeth; both enhance appearance and functionality when installed by a professional dentist. A unique difference is that veneers only cover the front of the tooth, where a crown covers the entire tooth. Veneers are more likely to chip or break, and though cheaper, veneers are not generally covered by dental insurance. Crowns are covered by most dental insurance plans and are designed to function permanently with proper care.

Why Choosing Esthetic Crowns Is the Better Option

A crown is a more permanent solution for tooth repair because they are designed to last and function just like your real teeth. Here is a list of reasons why a crown should be your first choice for tooth restoration:

  • Less likely to break due to durability
  • The best option to repair a decayed or badly damaged tooth
  • Look and function like natural teeth
  • Protect your natural teeth from further decay
  • Can be brushed with your natural teeth, not needing removal like dentures
  • What Materials Are Used to Make Esthetic Crowns?

Esthetic crowns are made from metal, porcelain, and other materials giving the appearance of natural teeth. A porcelain crown is preferred for front-facing teeth, but a metal fused crown is also an available option. Your crown will be matched to blend well with surrounding teeth. Dr. Casler will recommend which method will give you the desired outcome.

Getting a skilled dentist to install your crown can save you money, time, and further tooth loss. You want a dentist that offers the latest dental technologies and works well with pain sensitivities and dental anxieties. Here are a few questions you can ask your dentist to help guide you with tooth restoration:

  • What are the advantages and risks of getting crowns?
  • What’s involved in getting crowns?
  • Will I need more than one crown?
  • Will my gums support the crown?

Our dental team is highly skilled, experienced, friendly, and caring. You can count on us to maintain the highest safety precautions. We are conveniently located with extended office hours. You can call us today to schedule an appointment or ask questions about our practice. We are a full-service dental office, and we look forward to serving you.