At our Corona, CA dentist’s office, we are committed to keeping patients safe from problems that demand restorative dental work. Unfortunately, you may find yourself in need of treatment, either because of a cavity that forms between dental exams, or because of physical trauma that affects your enamel. In these situations, we can provide different solutions, including both full and partial crowns. While a full crown completely covers teeth above the gum line, partial restorations only have a limited area to address. Whenever we provide services to care for patients’ smiles, we can look at ways to restore vulnerable teeth without making unwelcome cosmetic changes.
When Is It Necessary To Schedule Restorative Dental Work?
Restorative dental work is often needed when patients have cavities. Treatment plays an important role in stopping bacteria from spreading and doing further harm to your tooth, as well as to your overall health. While timely care will stop a cavity from growing more serious, we will have to do something about the physical impact of decay. We can determine if you might benefit more from a partial or full dental crown by gauging how much support your tooth actually requires.
Using A Full Or Partial Crown To Restore Your Tooth
Inlays and onlays are both partial crowns, restorations that cover significant portions, but not all, of teeth that need to be restored. While they only provide partial coverage, they do deliver more protection than dental fillings. Full crowns completely cover teeth above the gum line. To avoid making changes to your smile, we can design a partial or full crown to carefully imitate healthy enamel and avoid detection.
Addressing Cosmetic Flaws By Treating Damaged Or Misshapen Teeth
Cosmetic services and partial crowns can help change your smile for the better by hiding physical damage, or by making changes to teeth that look misshapen. Our goal is to do the most with the most conservative treatment approach, as this will preserve more of your healthy enamel. Our cosmetic services make more conservative changes. Through tooth bonding and contouring treatment, we can actually make changes without the need for any restorations!
Talk To Your Corona, CA Dentist About Receiving A Custom Crown
Our Corona, CA dentist’s office is ready to help patients who need restorative services performed. We can use both partial and full crowns to restore teeth that are affected by cavities or dental damage. For more information, or to reach one of our other locations closer to you, please call us at the following:
Riverside Dental Group at Magnolia in Riverside, CA at (951) 689-5031.
Dental Associates of Moreno Valley in Moreno Valley, CA at (951) 697-6800.
Riverside Dental Group at Woodcrest in Riverside, CA at (951) 776-9001.
Oasis Family Dental in Temecula, CA at (951) 695-2290.
Dental Associates of Riverside in Riverside, CA at (951) 369-1001.