Looking for a dental crown specialist in Orlando, FL? Our very own Dr. Kasem has been placing crowns for years and knows the safest and most effective way to do it. When you come visit one of our dental offices in Clermont or Ocoee, FL, you won’t have to worry about sitting in a surgery chair for hours only to realize your dentist made a mistake during the procedure, which usually means you end up paying hundreds of dollars for a mistake you didn’t make. If you’ve been involved in a situation similar to the one we just described, we have some good news for you. If you’re looking for a better option for cosmetic dentistry in the Clermont, Ocoee, and Orlando, FL area, look no further than a Dental Center of Excellence.
Why Opt for Dr. Kasem’s Cosmetic Dentistry in Orlando, Clermont, and Ocoee, FL?
Dr. Kasem and his staff will begin your dental appointment by explaining why dental crowns are a necessity, the process an Orlando cosmetic dentist goes through when placing a crown, and how long you can expect each crown to last.
Why Dental Crowns are Necessary?
There are various reasons why one of our Orlando, Ocoee, and Clermont, FL cosmetic dentistry experts might suggest a crown, but a crown is primarily needed when a weak tooth is showing signs of decay, when a dental bridge needs to be held in place, or when a partially broken or misshaped tooth needs to be covered, held together, or replaced. A dental crown, unlike other dental procedures, can protect a weak tooth and restore its normal look.
What Materials are Crowns Made of?
Crowns can be made from different types of materials, like alloys, porcelain, zirconia, or resin. Metal is definitely the strongest and most durable material, but porcelain-zirconia appear most natural and resin are the least expensive.
Dental crowns, are dental restorations that encase a tooth This procedure is rebuild broken or decayed teeth, strengthen teeth, or improve the cosmetic appearance of a tooth. Crowns are a type of dental restoration which, when cemented into place, fully cup over the portion of a tooth that lies at and above the gum line. Crowns can be made out of porcelain metal (a gold or other metal alloy), or a combination of both. Other terms that are used to refer to dental crowns are "dental caps" and "tooth caps."
For more information on dental crowns, contact our cosmetic dentistry experts in Orlando, Clermont and Ocoee, FL!