Well may you ask! You want a healthy, straight, glowing smile, and you certainly should not have to compromise on that when you have restorative treatment done. Your dentist takes pride in delivering quality results that lend strength and beauty to your smile. When it is recommend that you have a porcelain crown placed, are you worried at all that it may not withstand the forces of biting and chewing? Let’s discuss the function and benefits of porcelain crowns.
The crown you may need is dependent upon which tooth requires treatment and upon your preferences. Talk with your dentist about available treatment options you are interested in a porcelain crown that is both beautiful and durable.
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Johns Creek, GA 30097
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