If your child has a damaged tooth, dental crowns may be the best way to protect it.
Traditionally crowns in the dental industry have been made of stainless steel. Steel crowns are very durable and due to their thin, strong, and malleable metal, they can be shaped to fit almost any tooth.
If your child needs a crown, Dr. Tippets will thoroughly discuss the options and help you decide what option is the best for you and your child. Decisions are often dependent on where the affected tooth is in the mouth, appearance, the time until the permanent tooth comes in, as well as cost. Dr. Tippets and his staff at Reunion Pediatric Dentistry are always available and happy to answer any questions about crowns.
As with every procedure, our team at Reunion Pediatric Dentistry works hard to ensure your child’s crown procedure is quick and comfortable, and we’ll talk you through the entire process so everyone feels at ease. Our team is highly-skilled, and we’re pros at creating a welcoming, safe, and fun environment where your child will feel calm. Our goal is to provide the highest quality children’s dental care available, and your child’s oral health and safety are our top priorities.
To learn more about children’s dental crowns, contact us today.
Do you have questions about whether or not a dental crown is the best option for your child? At Reunion Pediatric Dentistry, we’re always happy to answer questions; and we’ll work directly with you to find the best solutions and treatments for your child’s needs. Get in touch with us today to learn more.