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How dental crowns from your dentists in Denver, Colorado can strengthen and rebuild your smile
If you have damaged teeth, it’s only natural to want a stronger, more beautiful smile. Dental crowns can help you achieve great chewing strength and beauty in one restoration. Drs. Steven J. Wilk and Jeffery Revoir at Artistic & Family Dental in Denver, CO, proudly serve residents of Denver, University Hills, Southmoor Park, Hampden, and Hampden South, and they can help you strengthen and rebuild your smile too! Read below to learn about our services.
Dental crowns are much stronger than dental fillings because crowns cover the entire visible surfaces of your teeth above the gumline. The full coverage provided by a dental crown helps to spread out the stress of chewing across the whole tooth, protecting it from breaking. In contrast, a large metal filling can actually weaken a tooth because a large filling separates your tooth into different sections, which can break off when you chew.
Strength and protection are not the only benefits of dental crowns. Modern dental crowns are lifelike and virtually indistinguishable from a natural tooth structure. They are made from light-reflective materials like porcelain which give them the same translucency as tooth enamel. That means dental crowns can make your smile more beautiful at the same time they are making your smile stronger!
Porcelain crowns are also stain resistant, which means they will stay beautiful and new-looking for years! You can choose other materials for your new crowns including porcelain fused to a metal underlay, or full gold. Your University Hills dentists at Artistic & Family Dental can help you decide which crown material is best for you.
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If you want a stronger, more beautiful smile, you need to discover the benefits of dental crowns. You need to talk to the experts! To learn more about what dental crowns can do for your smile, call Drs. Steven J. Wilk and Jeffery Revoir at Artistic & Family Dental in Denver, Colorado, serving residents of Denver, University Hills, Southmoor Park, Hampden, and Hampden South. Call (303) 758-2980 today!
As one of the most prominent and distinct features of your face, your smile is usually one of if not the first things that people notice when they meet you for the first time or spend time in your company at work, school, and in social situations. If you have cosmetic damage to your teeth like cracks, chips, spaces, or stains and discolorations, chances are that you feel self-conscious or even go so far as to avoid smiling. In extreme cases, bad teeth can interfere with everything from professional opportunities to overall quality of life. The dentists at Artistic & Family Dental in Denver, CO, Dr. Steven Wilk and Dr. Jeffery Revoir, recommend porcelain veneers to change the size, shape, or color of damaged teeth for a new and improved smile.
Get A New and Improved Smile with Porcelain Veneers in Denver, CO
Most people have something they would like to change about their smile. Maybe your teeth are no longer as white as they could be due to diet, injuries, medications, genetics, or even the normal aging process. Chips, cracks, and gaps and spaces are another common cosmetic dental complaint (larger spacing caused by bite and alignment problems may require orthodontic treatment to correct). Porcelain veneers are a quick and reliable way to make lasting changes to your smile.
How Porcelain Veneers
Veneers are bonded onto the surface of a tooth to change the size, shape, or shape. The material used is a translucent layer of porcelain custom designed to the texture and color of a natural teeth. Veneers can also serve as an extra layer of protection on top of the enamel. With good oral hygiene and regular visits to the dentist for preventive care, veneers can last for a long time.
Find a Dentist in Denver, CO
For more information about veneers and your cosmetic dentistry options, contact Artistic & Family Dental by calling 303-758-2980 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Wilk or Dr. Revoir today.