It doesn’t matter your age or your lifestyle.
The fact is, everyone is fair game when it comes to dental damage and oral health problems throughout a lifetime.
You could have a cavity or two as a kid.
You might suffer a knocked out tooth during a sports-related injury as a teen.
You can be eating popcorn during family movie night and bite down on a kernel and break a tooth.
And you can suffer tooth loss as a result of gum disease.
That’s why dental restorations like fillings, dental crowns, bridges, and dental implants are so valuable! At Crowns Now in Neenah, WI, they also happen to be our specialty!
3 Ways Your Dental Restoration Can Fail
Dental restorations are the unsung heroes of dentistry, but unfortunately, they’re not superheroes.
In other words, they can become worn, weak, and damaged over the years just like your natural teeth.
The good news is that our team at Crowns Now specialize in advanced, innovative restorative treatments to keep your smile healthy! Here are three ways a restoration can fail and how we can help if it does!
*Your Dental Crown Gives Out*
You might need a dental crown to treat a large cavity or to protect a weak, chipped, cracked, or stained tooth from getting worse.
They can also be used in a dental bridge or atop a dental implant to replace missing teeth.
Our dental crowns can be crafted right here in our Neenah, WI office thanks to our CEREC same-day technology, which means that should your old crown give out, we can replace it quickly and conveniently with a new, durable, natural-looking restoration in a single visit!
*Your Dental Filling Breaks Or Comes Out*
The tooth decay process, which happens when bacteria feed on sugars and secrete harmful acids inside your mouth, can result in a hole in your enamel called a cavity.
This is one of the most common dental problems, and the easiest to treat in most cases, with a standard dental filling.
But as the years go by, a filling can loosen, break, or fall out. The bonding material that fuses the filling to the remaining healthy tooth enamel can lose its grip because of an accident, injury, or simple wear and tear over time.
We can find a solution in our Neenah, WI dental office so your healthy smile is preserved.
*Your Dental Implant Is Loose*
Dental implants are often referred to as a permanent tooth replacement option because in most cases, they can last up to 25 years or more, longer than other replacements.
But again, they’re not completely impervious to problems.
The replacement tooth, usually a crown, can become loose, stained, or damaged and may need to be replaced at some point. Less common is a dental implant that becomes loose over time.
Regardless, you can visit Crowns Now regularly so our skilled professionals can keep an eye on your implants and restorations over the years and make any necessary adjustments or replacements if issues arise.
Make An Appointment
Even the best dental restorations will eventually need to be replaced, depending on wide-ranging variables that are often out of your control.
When your fillings, crowns and bridges, or dental implants show signs of trouble, get help from our team at Crowns Now!