When Is a Dental Crown Necessary?
A dental crown or “cap” may be necessary to:
Prevent a severely decayed tooth from breaking
Restore a tooth with broken tooth structure
Support a dental bridge
Cover discolored or deformed teeth
Restore a dental implant
Consult the professionals at West Allis Dental Care if you suspect a tooth is compromised due to decay or injury.
A crown can save your smile – contact West Allis Dental Care and inquire about our Dental Protection Plan to help you cover out-of-pocket expenses. Call 414-258-2500 today.
What Types of Crowns Are Commonly Used?
There are many types of crowns available:
Metal -- ideal for back molars, metal crowns rarely chip, break or wear down. Less tooth structure needs to be removed compared to other crown materials. Typically the metals used are gold alloy or a base-metal alloy such as nickel or chromium
Porcelain-fused-to-metal -- Porcelain fused to metal crowns can be used for either front or back teeth. They closely resemble natural teeth and are the most common crowns.
All ceramic or all-porcelain -- These crowns have very good esthetics. Ceramic and porcelain crowns are a good choice for front teeth.
We know that quality dental work can cost a fair amount. That’s why West Allis Dental Care offers the highest quality crowns and bridges for a reasonable price. Plus our Dental Protection Plan can help you pay for the expenses your insurance may not cover.
Call the favorite dental team in Milwaukee, Wisconsin at West Allis Dental Care. Phone 414-258-2500 to book a free consultation about your crown treatment.