By North Main Dental Inc
May 22, 2018
Category: Dental Procedures
Tags: dental crowns  

When it comes to smile repair and improvement, popular cosmetic procedures like professional teeth whitening and veneers are often the first thing to come to mind. But if your teeth have been damaged by extensive tooth decay or trauma, dental crowns are the perfect option to both strengthen and improve the tooth's function, and make your smile look better than ever in the process. The dentists at North Main Dental Inc., Dr. James Shepler and Dr. Jamie Shepler, offer cosmetic, general, and emergency dental services in Dayton, OH.

A Stronger and Healthier Smile with Dental Crowns in Dayton, OH

Crowns have been a staple of dentistry since the primitive days of the profession, and they have endured because they are one of the most reliable and effective methods for preserving and saving a badly decayed or damaged tooth, while also improving the cosmetic quality of your smile. Other uses for dental crowns include:

  • Change the size/shape of a cracked or broken tooth
  • Replace tooth surface and function lost to decay
  • Replace a missing tooth
  • Strengthen teeth weakened by wear and tear or trauma from an accident

Crowns are a great option if you are looking for a durable, affordable, and minimally invasive option for some of the most common dental problems.

Get Whiter Teeth

Did you know that some types of dental stains do not respond to surface whitening products? Although lifestyle habits like smoking and drinking coffee or red wine are among the most common culprits for dull, discolored teeth, some dental stains are caused by trauma or as a side effect to certain medications, which develop at the dentin layer below the enamel. This type of stain (known as intrinsic) usually requires treatment with a veneer or dental crown to cover the tooth.

Find a Dentist in Dayton, OH

To learn more about dental crowns and other dentistry services, contact North Main Dental Inc. by calling (937) 275-0076 to schedule an appointment with Drs. James or Jamie Shepler today.

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