May 16, 2017

Dental crowns are dental prosthetics with both a cosmetic purpose and a practical one. They cover the entire surface of a tooth, and some people opt for full-coverage crowns because they want to change the shade, shape or texture of an existing natural tooth. In other cases, dental crowns cover a diseased or decayed tooth to strengthen it.

There are several things you may think about related to crowns, including:

  • Cost
  • Whether the procedure is covered by your insurance
  • How quickly you can get an appointment to see the dentist

Get a Professional Consultation

Ramon A. Durán is committed to providing patients with high-quality dental care because he believes comprehensive treatments and preventative measures are necessary to enjoy healthy teeth for a lifetime. In addition to having over 25 years of experience in dentistry, Dr. Durán has completed over 3,000 hours of continuing education.

He is able to assess your overall oral health and determine whether dental crowns are appropriate options for you. As a result, you may avoid complications and have a smile that makes you proud.

Factors That May Determine Your Candidacy for Crowns

Generally, the people who have significantly decayed or damaged teeth are ideal candidates for crowns. Bear in mind though, the procedure for getting a crown involves filing down your natural tooth to fit the prosthetic on top of it. That means if you do not have an adequate existing tooth structure, it may be necessary to look at alternative possibilities.

Similarly, dental crowns require proper care immediately after you get them put in your mouth, as well as for their lifespans. If your dentist feels you have difficulty following basic oral care practices, he or she may say you are not a good candidate because improperly following a brushing and flossing routine could make a crown fall out.

Get in touch with our office to make an appointment and get your dental crowns in San Juan, PR today!



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