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The History of Dental Crowns
Dentists place dental crowns to restore the function and structure of the teeth. Continue reading for a brief history of the development of crowns.
How Will I Know If My Dental Crowns Need to Be Replaced?
Are you concerned about the strength of your dental crowns? Continue reading for four signs that your dental crowns need to be replaced.
Dental Crowns for the Front Teeth
Dental crowns are versatile restorations used to strengthen damaged, decayed, or weakened teeth. When placing crowns in the smile zone, it is important to consider…
How Long Do Dental Crowns Last? The Dental Crown Lifespan
Dental crowns are a popular restoration that can protect a damaged tooth by encasing the tooth in a ceramic cap. Our office fabricates crowns in-house…
Restore Dental Strength with Dental Crowns after Root Canal Therapy
Root canal therapy can save teeth from extraction, but can also leave them weakened. Dental crowns after root canal therapy can help.
Sensitivity After Dental Crown Treatment
Prolonging the Life of Dental Crowns: What Foods and Drinks to Avoid
With proper care, dental crowns can last many years. Understanding which foods and drinks to avoid can help.
What Is a Dental Crown?
In this blog post, Dr. Nathaniel Podilsky explains everything you need to know about dental crowns.
The Connection between Cavities and Tooth Loss
Cavities can be painful, and they can affect your smile. Did you know, however, that they will also eventually lead to tooth loss if left…
The Benefits of Crowns in a Day
Thanks to the CEREC® system, patients of our practice can enjoy the many benefits of having crowns in a day.