Dental CrownsAn Overview
Dental crowns are used to protect and restore teeth that are weak, damaged or severely misshaped or discolored. Using the latest tooth-like materials, a customized “cap” is placed over the tooth to restore its strength and improve its appearance. If your tooth is beyond repair, Dr. Cobb also offers dental implants.
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- Benefits of Dental Implants
- Dental Implants vs Dentures
Metal Free Restorations
Advances in modern dentistry practically eliminate the need for the use of metal which can discolor the teeth and cause discomfort. Dr. Cobb uses the newest tooth-like materials to enhance your smile, giving it a natural looking appearance.
Porcelain dental crowns have proven to be extremely durable as well as natural looking. The primary reason why dental crowns break is poor planning and placement. Dr. Cobb spends a significant amount of time planning each case to ensure the optimal results for the patient.
Through a comprehensive evaluation and examination, Dr. Cobb identifies the cause of damage to the tooth. Fixing the underlying problem will prevent future damage to the tooth or dental crown and allow for long-term comfort and function.
Advanced Training and Technology
Dr. Cobb has committed countless hours towards continuing education to master the latest innovations in modern dentistry. He is a sustaining member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and a senior faculty member of The Dawson Academy, a post-graduate dental training and clinical research facility.
Aided by advanced technology such as the Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) imaging, he can precisely diagnose patients and create a comprehensive, individualized treatment plan. Patients of Dr. Cobb often comment that they have never experienced such a high level of dental care or been so happy with their results.
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You deserve a healthy, natural looking smile that lasts. Contact Dr. Cobb to schedule a consultation and find out what your cosmetic dentistry options are.