Benefits of Porcelain Dental Crowns
- Porcelain crowns are one of the most common and effective cosmetic dentistry options
- Porcelain is as strong as real teeth, with the same stain-resistant quality
- Porcelain can be easily customized to match the shade of your natural teeth
- Porcelain is “biologically inert,” so it is completely safe to use in the body
- Using the latest technology, Adult Dentistry can now make and place your porcelain crowns in a single office visit
Over the years, many different materials have been used in the construction of dental crowns. In modern dentistry, porcelain crowns are by far the best option. Porcelain is a very strong and stain-resistant material. Its greatest advantage, though, is that it naturally mimics the shade of natural teeth and can be customized to match any distinct color.
The placement of a porcelain dental crown has typically required at least two visits to the dentist’s office. This is no longer the case at Adult Dentistry of Ballantyne, where we employ the latest technology to offer same-day porcelain crowns. Custom-made with our new leading-edge CEREC machine, they are fully functional and nearly indistinguishable from natural teeth.
Dr. Robert Harrell has helped countless patients regain the use and attractive aesthetics of their teeth with porcelain dental crowns. If your teeth are causing you problems, or if you are simply unhappy with the look of your smile, call 704-541-9888 or contact us today to schedule your free, no-obligation smile consultation to learn more about the advantages of a porcelain dental crown. During your consultation, a complimentary digital smile preview (an $85 value) will be created to show how you will look when your treatment is complete.
Dr. Harrell and the entire staff at Adult Dentistry of Ballantyne believe in providing patients the utmost in comfort and relaxation during each visit. Enjoy a fleece blanket and an iPod with a playlist of soothing music during your appointment. Or, if you prefer, sit back and watch the latest movies or Satellite TV on state-of-the-art personal video glasses. Above all, Dr. Harrell wants his patients to have the best dental care and dental experience possible.