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Forbidden Foods With A Dental Crown In Place

Crowns are put in place to replace damaged, broken or decaying teeth. They form a barrier over your tooth's surface while also strengthening it. If you've recently undergone a dental crown treatment, you'll need to be careful with the types of food you eat. To keep your crown in good shape stay away from the following foods: Sticky foods: Foods that are sticky can destroy your crown. Read More

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What’s The Difference...

A dental crown is a prosthetic treatment used to restore decayed, broken or severely damaged teeth. Read More


5 Reasons Your Dental Crown Came...

It can be both painful and unsettling to have a crown come loose or fall out due to age, especially if it exposes the tooth dentin that is sensitive to hot and cold foods. Read More


Crowns Or Fillings: What Do You...

When you have a cracked, chipped, or broken tooth, or when it develops a cavity, dental restoration is necessary to restore the tooth to its full health and function. Read More


What Are Dental Crowns Used For?

Dental crowns are bonded to existing teeth or implants to completely cover or put a cap on a damaged tooth, improve its shape or appearance, or align a crooked tooth. Read More