People often think that a cavity comes from wear and tear. So they ignore the early signs of a cavity. They erroneously think if they don’t use it, then it won’t deteriorate further. Unfortunately, it is bacteria and not usage that causes cavities. So left untreated a small cavity can grow into quite a large one. Part of the tooth might actually break off or it will start to hurt. If the dentist takes an x-ray and the tooth root is healthy, there is no need to do a root canal. However, he has to remove a large portion of the tooth to remove the decay.
Because so much of the tooth has been removed, the tooth becomes unstable. There is not enough enamel left to hold the needed filling. The only solution is to place a Tooth Crown in Pewaukee WI over it. The dentist shapes the remaining tooth into a small cube. If there is not sufficient enamel for this, he will insert small gold posts to act as braces for the resin which will augment the enamel. He then takes an impression of the cube. This is sent to a dental laboratory. A technician there will fashion a porcelain crown. He will also follow instructions about its color and shading. It will take about 10 days. The patient then returns and the dentist permanently cements it in place. When the process is finished, no one will know that it’s a crown and not a natural tooth.
There is a newer way for a dentist to make a Tooth Crown in Pewaukee WI. Once the dentist has the cube shaped, he uses a small digital camera at the end of a wand to take a photograph of it. This information is then fed into a computer. It takes the information and creates a three-dimensional model of the tooth. The computer is attached to a special milling machine. A piece of resin that matched the desired tooth color is inserted in it. The computer then creates a tooth from the resin. Additional dyes and stains can be used to improve the color match. The dentist then cements the Tooth Crown in place. It only takes a single visit to complete the process.
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