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A Look at Dental Crowns

Dental crowns can correct cosmetic concerns and enhance oral health. This video explains the reasons why a dentist serving New York City might recommend these dental devices.

Healthy teeth can still be misshapen teeth, and dental crowns can help you achieve a uniform smile. A cosmetic dentist can apply crowns to teeth that exhibit an unusual shape or are too small for your mouth. He might also use dental crowns if you require root canal therapy. While root canals are sometimes necessary to remove infection and prevent extraction, they can leave teeth in a weakened state. Dental crowns cover the exterior of teeth, protecting them from future infection and potential fractures. So if you want a more attractive smile, or you require root canal treatment, ask your dentist about his dental crown options.

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