Unattractive, Cracked, Worn or Broken Teeth are a Thing of the Past When you Get a Houston Dental Crown at the Office of Dr. Johnny Taylor, DDS.
General dentists for many decades have offered a Houston dental crown as a way of preserving a decayed or badly damaged tooth. Most dentistry focused on the restoration of the strength of the tooth with only minimal concerns for creating a natural and attractive appearance. With Dr. Taylor you will find that every question you have about Houston dental crown procedures will be answered. Making you happy and your smile attractive is always our priority.
Porcelain will be used to Create Your Houston Dental Crown
Before proceeding with any Houston dental crown procedure, Dr. Johnny Taylor, DDS will first present you with a clear explanation as to why this treatment is necessary. He will listen to your worries, answer questions, and explain how the procedure is designed to fit your tooth firmly and have it actually function as a healthy tooth. The Houston dental crown will protect your tooth from further damage. As a Woodlands cosmetic dentistry facility, we use CEREC restoration that is custom milled in office using all-porcelain crowns to preserve a fully white smile. A porcelain Houston dental crown is also extremely durable and long lasting making it a trustworthy and permanent addition to your smile.
As the field of The Woodlands dental care has expanded and grown in recent years, new and improved dental materials have been developed. A Houston dental crown is made of porcelain and it can be constructed to match an array of shades. Dr. Taylor will choose a shade to match your natural tooth color. If you would like to whiten teeth in Houston, we suggest that you have it done in our offices before the Houston dental crown so that we can match the porcelain to your new color. An advantage of porcelain is that it doesn’t change color over time.
Inlays and Onlays are an Option When Considering Houston Dental Crown Procedures
Sometimes a tooth will have a large cavity or crack, but not enough damage to require a Houston dental crown, but it does need more strength than a filling would provide. This is when a porcelain inlay or onlay can be done by Dr. Taylor. He will assess your situation and determine which solution is best for you using the most up-to-date technology to custom mill your restoration in our office. If you need either a Houston dental crown or inlay/only procedures, when it is complete you will enjoy a stronger and healthier smile for years to come. Call us today for a personalized consultation.