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Why You Should See a Cosmetic Dentist for Your Porcelain Crowns

Porcelain crowns offer long-lasting results that strengthen your smile and enhance the way it looks. Unfortunately, they can also make your smile look worse if they aren’t designed correctly. A poorly designed porcelain crown may cause gum inflammation, a grey line along your gums, or even be a different color from the rest of your teeth. That’s why you should talk to a cosmetic dentist before investing in cosmetic restorative treatments like a porcelain crown.

What Makes a Cosmetic Dentist Different?

Cosmetic dentists are dental artists; they have the skills and expertise that is needed when it comes to crafting beautiful restorations that not only function, they also look great. When you’ve found a cosmetic dentist, you’ve found someone that can create a porcelain crown that will look as close to a real tooth as possible. 

Everyone is Going to Notice

When you have a porcelain crown, everyone is going to know one of two things: one, you have a fake porcelain crown; or two, you have beautiful teeth. Which one do you want people to see when they see your smile? A cosmetic dentist can complete your crown treatment and help your smile look even better than it did before. No one will know that you have a fake tooth that doesn’t blend in with your smile.

Make Your Investment Count

Full coverage crowns aren’t the most affordable dental treatment – they require a moderate investment to protect your tooth and keep your mouth healthy. That investment should last for several years! If you’re going to have a porcelain crown made, you want it made the right way the first time, rather being unhappy with an unsightly one for several years.

Have you been told that you need a porcelain crown? Call your cosmetic dentist to find out about affordable treatments that will make you feel better about your smile.

Posted on behalf of Grateful Dental


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