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February 22, 2021 • 1min read • PCCD Office

The Advantages Of A Dental Crown

The most common dental fixture in your mouth is a crown. Be it a tooth injury, decay, or the completion of a root canal procedure, dental crowns play an integral part in helping us fix your smile. There are various reasons why we encourage our patients to choose dental crowns. Apart from the fact that they look like natural teeth, they are also a lot easier to get used to and make chewing food a breeze.

Simple, Long Lasting, And Efficient

Many patients usually ask us if the crowns are complicated and require multiple sittings to fit. They also believe that it is an invasive procedure. This, however, is far from the truth. We fix a dental crown with minimal invasion and your teeth will be as good as new in a few days.

Once the dental crown is fitted into your mouth, you will get used to it in a few days. The best part about the dental crown is you do not require separate maintenance or cleaning procedures for it. These are versatile and can be fitted on almost every tooth in your mouth. Whether you suffer from a tooth fracture or a chip or even a broken tooth or discoloration, we can design the perfect crown to cover it up.

Wearing A Crown At The Right Time

We recommend waiting after any dental procedure or injury. This is usually because there is a lot of swelling in the area. The dental crown requires precise measurement. This is not something that can be done with an existing swelling or inflammation. Crowns are long-lasting and when you maintain them well, you can wear them for as long as 30 years. If you want to learn more about crowns, give us a call or schedule an appointment right away.

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February 8, 2021 • 1 min read • pccd-office

Everything You Need To Know About Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Obstructive Sleep Apnea is a medical term that results in a brief halt in your breathing while you are asleep. These short pauses during your sleep are referred to as hypopneas, which lasts for a few seconds and it can occur approximately five to thirty times in an hour. When you stop breathing, you will… Continue reading The Advantages Of A Dental Crown

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