So, you just got a new pearly-white porcelain crown? Whether owing to decay or fracture, you chose to take a proactive approach and restore the tooth so that you can continue to use it. It’s now your responsibility to care well for this new investment. Carefully apply the tips listed here and check in often with your dentist to make sure your crown is staying in the best shape possible.
After having a crown placed , stay in touch with your dentist so that you can continue caring for it for years to come.
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Rowe Family Dental Care
2320 Satellite Blvd NW #120
Duluth, GA 30096
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