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There are many harmful dental conditions that can be repaired with the placement of a dental crown. We offer further insight on how dental crowns can repair teeth affected by the following dental health conditions:

– Bruxism damage: Tooth damage such as wear and tear and short teeth can indicate a habit of clenching and grinding your teeth, which may require you to receive dental crowns in order to replace lost tooth structure.

– Tooth breakage: Sometimes, teeth can break as a result of an oral injury or vulnerable tooth structure, resulting in the need for a dental crown to repair damage.

– Big dental filling: If you have a dental filling placed over half the tooth, covering the tooth with dental crown can prevent fracture by keeping the filling and the tooth bonded together.

– Unflattering teeth: Dental crowns can provide cosmetic dentistry by covering tooth gaps and misshapen or discolored teeth so that your smile looks both natural and beautiful.

– Root canal treatment: Following root canal treatment to remove infection from a tooth, many patients receive a dental crown to prevent the empty space the tooth from being affected by bacteria.

– Cracked teeth: In the event of tooth fracture, a dental crown helps to distribute an even bite force across the tooth when biting or chewing with that tooth.

Please feel free to contact Brookfield Family Dentistry, LLC at 203.775.6167 today to speak with a member our team about receiving a dental crown. Dr. Marianne Morelli enjoys helping those living near the Brookfield, Connecticut area smile once more.