Jennifer Kirwan, DDS - Tooth-Colored Crowns
If a tooth has multiple areas of decay, decay which has destroyed ¾ or more of the tooth or decay that extends into the nerve of the tooth a crown will be recommended. Research has shown crowns are the best restoration a compromised primary tooth can receive. They almost never get cavities again and rarely break or come off.

Crowns come in two varieties. A white crown and a stainless steel crown. The white crown is much more esthetic and appears to have a better adaptation with the tissue but poses no better long term functional benefit to the stainless steel crowns.  Whether in the front or in the back of the mouth pediatric dental crowns do not have to be silver. For more information about our white crowns click here.

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