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Sometimes porcelain crowns are also referred to as caps. Dental crowns fit comfortably over a damaged or unstable tooth to restore structure and appearance. However, many patients are reluctant to get tooth crowns because they don’t want metal covering their smile. For this reason Mason cosmetic dentist Dr. Tara Hardin is pleased to offer custom porcelain crowns.

To learn more about porcelain crowns and other discreet options for restoring your smile, please call Hardin Advanced Dentistry at (513) 216-2935 today. Dr. Tara welcomes patients from Mason and throughout the Cincinnati and Mason areas of Ohio and beyond.

Candidates for Crowns

In general, crowns are a suitable treatment for teeth that are:

  • Chipped
  • Cracked
  • Fractured due to decay or trauma
  • Too damaged to support a filling

Crowns are also an option for replacing one or more missing teeth to complete restoration using dental implants.

Once our Mason dentists have installed the crown over your tooth, it’s important to practice good oral hygiene. Decay can occur underneath the cap if teeth aren’t properly cared for, not to mention that the onset of cavities could require additional crowns or more extensive restoration.

Benefits of
Porcelain Crowns

One of the key assets of a dental crown made from porcelain is the look. Unlike crowns made out of stainless steel, gold, or metal amalgam, dental porcelain matches the natural color of teeth. Porcelain crowns have roughly the same structure as older, less attractive models, meaning your teeth will be reinforced while maintaining a natural appearance.

More key advantages include:

  • Ceramic material has strength and stability equivalent to real tooth enamel
  • No exposure to mercury or other potential toxins; Hardin Advanced Dentistry is proud to be metal-free
  • Convenient single-visit fabrication with our CEREC restoration device
  • Crowns can be sculpted to improve upon the shape and color of your original tooth

Porcelain crowns are ideally suited for restoring teeth at the front of the mouth. Though they can also be used in the back, the pressure created by chewing and, in some cases, teeth grinding can wear the restoration down more quickly. Diligent care can prolong the life of a dental crown regardless of placement.

For more on subtle tooth restoration and how it can benefit you, please contact Hardin Advanced Dentistry online or call (513) 216-2935 today to schedule a consultation to learn about porcelain crowns. Dr. Tara offers a range of restorative dentistry services for patients from Greater Cincinnati, Dayton, Northern Kentucky, and SE Indiana from her office in Mason, Ohio.

Why choose
Dr. Tara Hardin?

Dr. Hardin is a Las Vegas Institute Fellow, granted only after a minimum of 278 hours of advanced education and experience in aesthetics, physiologic science, and a comprehensive practical examination. Additionally, she is an Accredited Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, an accreditation granted only to those with superior performance and knowledge in cosmetic and restorative dentistry. These qualifications are compounded by almost two decades of experience and continued education.

Learn more about Dr. Hardin

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