When a tooth is damaged, decayed or fractured, it’s very likely your dentist will recommend a crown restoration. As one of the most common dental procedures, a crown restoration is very straightforward and can do wonders to repair a damaged tooth.
Especially common following root canal therapy, receiving a dental crown is nothing to be afraid of. Your new crown is essentially a prosthetic tooth – though it’s designed to cover and protect your natural tooth, rather than replace it altogether. The crown is cemented onto your tooth and plays nice with the rest of your smile. At Inspira Dental, we make sure you’re fully happy with how your crown looks and feels before you leave our doors. If you didn’t know any better, you wouldn’t even know its there!
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The two words most people don’t want to hear when they visit the dentist - root canal. Intense tooth pain and heightened sensitivity to hot or cold are common signs that you may need a root canal.