Reston, VA Dentist Reston Family & Cosmetic Dentistry 1984 Isaac Newton Square West, Suite 100 Reston, VA 20190 (703) 437-5555 Dentist in Reston, VA Call For Pricing Options

 

Reston Family & Cosmetic Dentistry Google Review Button
Reston Family & Cosmetic Dentistry Facebook

Reston Family and Cosmetic Dentistry on Twitter Reston Family & Cosmetic Dentistry Blog Reston Family & Cosmetic Dentistry Yelp

By Reston Family & Cosmetic Dentistry
August 06, 2019
Category: Dental Treatments
Tags: Dental Crowns  

How dental crowns from your dentists in Reston, VA, can remake your smile

If you are one of the many unfortunate people with a damaged smile, did you know you can restore your smile? It’s true. You can restoredental-crowns both the strength and the beauty of your smile with dental crowns. Today’s dental crown materials are resilient and made to last. Today’s crown materials also offer unsurpassed beauty.

Dr. Monica A. Neshat and Dr. Joy C. Jang at Reston Family & Cosmetic Dentistry in Reston, VA, offer a wide range of dental crown materials to remake your smile.

 

What Are Crowns?

A dental crown covers your entire tooth like a miniature suit-of-armor. When you bite down on a dental crown, the biting pressure is spread evenly across the entire surface of your tooth. The even biting distribution helps to keep your tooth from breaking. Dental crowns give you full biting strength once again. They also restore your confidence, because you can once again eat the foods you love without worrying about your smile.

Modern cosmetic dentistry offers more than just the conventional metal crowns which were the only choice a few decades ago. Today, you have a more aesthetically beautiful choice. You can choose a porcelain crown. Porcelain is a uniquely beautiful material that reflects light just like tooth enamel, so porcelain crowns look completely natural.

 

Types of Crowns

A full porcelain crown is the most cosmetically beautiful crown and is suitable for any area of your smile. Once it is placed, a full porcelain crown is virtually indistinguishable from your natural teeth.

If you need a crown on a posterior tooth, you will also want more biting strength. You may want to choose a porcelain-fused-to-metal crown, also known as a PFM crown. These crowns are beautiful and have the added strength of a metal underlay. They lose their light-reflective quality because of the metal, but they are still an excellent choice for your back teeth.

If you need to rebuild a damaged smile, it’s time for you to discover the benefits of dental crowns. You can restore the strength and beauty of your smile easily. To find out more about what dental crowns can do for you and your smile, call Dr. Monica A. Neshat and Dr. Joy C. Jang at Reston Family & Cosmetic Dentistry in Reston, VA, today!

Comments: