Porcelain crowns are more natural looking
Porcelain crowns are also more natural looking than other types of crowns. If you have a tooth that needs to be restored and you want your smile to look as good as it did before, porcelain is a wonderful way to go.
Porcelain crowns are stronger than other types of crowns, so they're less likely to chip or crack. Porcelain is also more comfortable than other materials used for restoring teeth because it has a lower thermal conductivity and doesn't conduct heat as much.
White fillings look better and last longer than traditional amalgam(silver) fillings.
White fillings are more natural looking and will blend better with your teeth. This means that when you have a filling, it won't stand out as much as some of the other options for fillings. You'll also be able to keep your smile whiter longer because white fillings are less likely to stain than other materials. The material used in white fillings tends to last longer than the other types of materials available, so you'll get more use out of them before having to replace them with another type of filling.
White fillings can be used on larger cavities and may give you more options for repairing larger cavities without having to resort to crowns or veneers in order to repair large areas where decay has eaten away at the tooth structure (which can make your teeth appear darker).
Composite Bonding can cover up tooth imperfections
Bonding is a quick and painless procedure that can cover up minor tooth imperfections. For those who don’t want to wear braces or have them removed, bonding is an wonderful option for improving the look of your smile.
Bonding material consists of resin materials that are used to build up tooth structure, fill in gaps and correct minor irregularities. The material bonds directly to the enamel of your teeth, so it will not wear away over time like traditional fillings do, meaning you can maintain a healthy and pleasant-looking smile for years to come!
Protects your digestive system.
- Protects your teeth from erosion and dental problems.
Teeth that are exposed to acidic foods and drinks (such as citrus and soda) can erode over time, which means the enamel begins to wear away. Once the enamel has worn away, it's much more difficult to chew your food correctly resulting in swallowing food boluses that cause gerd and reflux..
- Helps prevent gum disease.
Gum disease can lead to tooth loss if it's not treated early enough, so regular visits with a dentist help ensure you get any necessary treatment before there's a problem—and keep you on track for screenings every six months!
- Helps fight cavities and bad breath.
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