A broken or decayed tooth can be painful, detract from the appearance of your smile, and even lead to further oral health issues. While a filling, inlay, or onlay may be sufficient for minor damage, more serious issues often require a dental porcelain crown. Dental porcelain crowns are tooth-shaped restorations that are placed over the remaining tooth structure, providing protection and strength. We offer a variety of high-quality materials (zirconia, Emax, or gold) to provide the right custom dental porcelain crown to suits your needs.
Dental crowns can be the solution to a wide range of dental problems. They provide support to teeth that have decayed or been severely damaged, broken or cracked, or worn away through the years. They can also cover dental implants and be used to change tooth color or shape to enhance aesthetics. Because they are long-lasting and durable, they are an excellent long-term fix that has made a lot of patients with dental issues happy and satisfied. They can help make you more confident about your smile for not just one or two years but up to 30 years with proper care.
Broken or decaying teeth shouldn’t get in your way. These days, there are many options for people experiencing pain and discomfort as a result of a broken or decaying tooth. At Park Dental NYC, we take the time to assess each individual situation and discuss your options with you. One such option for broken or severely decayed teeth is porcelain crowns & bridges. A porcelain crown is made to resemble your tooth and serves to replace the decayed or missing part of an existing tooth. For those with more advanced decay, a porcelain bridge may be recommended to support several affected teeth. We offer a variety of porcelain dental crown materials such as zirconia, gold and Emax to ensure you get a quality crown that lasts. If your quality of life is being affected by broken or decaying teeth, our porcelain dental crowns treatment will have you on the way to a healthy, beautiful smile in no time.
Q: I’ve had many dental procedures and I think I might need a dental crown. How do I know if I need to get a porcelain crown?
A: Crowns are required if your tooth is damaged beyond the point where something like a filling or inlay won’t help. A porcelain crown is the most common.
Q: What if I don’t want a traditional dental crown? How do I choose between a porcelain crown or some other material, like gold?
A: Cosmetic dentists can help you choose a flashier option if you don’t want a porcelain crown. Park Dental NYC also offers gold, zirconia or Emax.