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CEREC Crowns in Northwest Medical

Northwest Medical Center CEREC
Northwest Medical Center CEREC

Unfortunately…change is an inevitably part of life. When it comes to your teeth, no matter how hard you try, they’re going to change—rarely for the better. In fact, those once pearly whites can start literally falling apart as previously stable, sturdy enamel has gradually eroded to a hollow shell. While that sounds scary, not all is lost. Crowns help keep those chompers intact. Reach out to Park Cosmetic Dental. Swing by this Northwest Medical Center CEREC as soon as possible to get your smile back in tip-top condition.

Crowns can be useful for a myriad of reasons. They can be smile-saving solutions for any of the following: supporting or covering a tooth with a large filling, hiding a discolored or extremely deformed tooth, and stabilizing dental bridges. Got kids? It’s no secret that they’re not (usually) disciplined when it comes to sticking to an oral hygiene routine—which is known for leading to early tooth decay. Keep in mind, not all crowns are one and the same. Different types are tailor-made to meet specific dental health needs. Stainless steel crowns, for instance, are a fantastic option to serve as a placeholder for a (later inserted) permanent crown. Now you might be not so excited about the prospect of a shiny metal tooth. No problem. In that case, you’ll want to explore the wonders of a porcelain-fused-to-metal alternative which is known for its unrivaled subterfuge, blending in with the rest of your pearly white smile. For more information, don’t hesitate to visit Park Cosmetic Dental. Don’t hesitate to visit this first-rate Northwest Medical Center CEREC.

All you have to do is schedule an appointment with Park Cosmetic Dental. Do it via phone or e-mail, whichever you prefer. After that, you’ll only be a hop and a skip away from visiting this Northwest Medical Center CEREC. You’ll wonder why you didn’t do it sooner.

Park Cosmetic Dental
7434 Louis Pasteur Drive, Suite 303
San Antonio, Texas 78229
(210) 757-4462