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Oral health often depends on oral health care. However, even if you are effectively taking care of your teeth every single day by brushing and flossing safely and effectively, and making sure you’re eating the right foods, dental damage can still arise. Even with the proper tooth hazard and risk protection methods in place, oral accidents may tend to occur from time to time. If dental damage should occur to a tooth, a restoration such as a dental crown may be required.

In order to improve your oral health, it is important to make sure you take care of your teeth and gums at all times. However, accidents do happen. If you should suffer dental damage due to an oral accident or injury, it is important that you receive the proper tooth restoration to allow your smile to function effectively once more. In the case of dental crowns, they can cap and conceal teeth on all sides to provide not only additional support but a better aesthetic and look for damaged teeth. Furthermore, dental crowns are extremely durable and can provide decades of support for broken and damaged teeth.

Dental crowns can be used in situations to protect teeth that otherwise would need to be extracted. Dental crowns can even be used on teeth that are so severely damaged, no other treatment options can effectively do the job. They can even be used to hold previous restorations and repairs together including implants, bridges, and root canals. Furthermore, dental crowns are often used in situations where dental fillings are required for teeth, but not enough tooth remains to hold a dental filling on its own. If you are at high risk for tooth decay, which is often true for children, dental crowns can also add an additional layer of protection.

Are you still interested in dental crown restorations? With dental crown restorations and the skilled expertise of our team at Victor J. Dongo DMD, FAGD, DICOI, we can make sure you receive the oral health care you need. Dr. Victor J. Dongo and our team can be reached by calling us at (786) 709-9037 to schedule an appointment to visit us at our dentist office in Hialeah Gardens, Florida.