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Protecting your teeth is often a difficult task because they are so important for all the daily needs we require them. Our teeth are needed every day for chewing, eating, and can assist with speaking as well. In order to ensure your teeth remain in good standing, it is important to clean them daily, practice effective damage prevention planning, and receive the proper oral health restorations if needed. If you have a severely damaged or broken tooth, a highly effective option to consider is dental crowns.

In order to ensure your smile receives the oral health care it needs, always look for effective tooth restorations to not only repair your smile but enhance its look and protect it from future damage. One highly effective tooth restoration that can accomplish all these tasks is a dental crown. Dental crowns can actively protect your teeth from any dental damage that can arise.

In many situations, your dental damage may be so severe that no other tooth restorations will be effective. In situations such as these, dental crowns can be used to actively bind together broken or damaged teeth and restore their functionality once more. Even if your tooth has been broken into pieces, it may be possible to use a dental crown to bind the bits together and restore your tooth once more.

Dental crowns are also highly effective if you have previous tooth restorations in place. Dental crowns can hold dental implants, root canals, and dental bridges in place. They can even be used on teeth that have large fillings when not enough of the natural tooth remains. A dental crown can last anywhere from two decades up to a lifetime of use before it may need to be repaired or replaced.

There truly is no better way to enhance your smile than with dental crown restorations. If you would like to discuss dental crown restorations and have your teeth examined by our team at Ronald K. Rich, DDS, MAGD, please book an appointment with Dr. Ronald K. Rich and our team at our dentist office.  To initiate a visit with us in Sugar Land, Texas, call our office at 281-980-2537.