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Restore Your Smile with Procera Crowns

Posted on 6/17/2016 by Keith M. Cooper
A diagram of how a dental crown works.If you have a tooth that has been severely damaged due to decay or trauma, there is a good chance that your dentist will recommend the use of a crown in order to restore it.

One of the newest options on the market is known as the Procera crown, and this all-ceramic crown is used to correct a tooth that is poor quality or is damaged, and installation is fast and easy.

Benefits of Procera Crowns

There are several benefits to choosing a Procera crown over other options. Procera crowns offer a variety of esthetic benefits compared to other crowns. Treatment time is convenient and short, and despite the easy installation process, this restoration offers excellent, long-lasting results.

Placing the Procera Crown

There are a few important steps involved in placing a Procera crown:

•  Evaluation. First, you will have your teeth evaluated by your dentist, who will make an impression of your existing tooth. This impression will be used to create a new crown that matches the exact specifications of your tooth.
•  Preparation. The natural tooth will then be given minor adjustments or preparation in order to get ready for the crown. In some cases, a temporary crown may be attached until the final restoration is ready.
•  Placement. About a week later, your permanent crown will be ready and you'll need to return to your dentist's office. The permanent crown will be securely placed into position.
•  Maintenance. After placement, you should have a tooth that looks and functions just like your natural teeth. Just make sure you are brushing and flossing as recommended by your dentist.

If you have a damaged tooth - or if you are undergoing a procedure like a root canal and need a final restoration - consider investing in a Procera crown. Please contact us to help you to determine if this is the best option for you.

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