Do you have severely decayed, damaged, discolored of imperfect teeth? Have you been told you aren’t a candidate for dental filling treatment? At the dental clinic of Drs. Rubinstein & Ducoff, we are proud to offer dental crowns in Providence for our patients that are suffering from more severe dental imperfections and would like to restore the appearance, function, and health of their affected tooth. Not sure if a dental crown would be right for you and your smile? We often recommend our Providence dental crowns to address:
Along with the above uses, dental crowns are also frequently recommended following root canal treatment, to secure a dental bridge and even as a prosthetic restoration for dental implants. Interested in scheduling your consultation for dental crown treatment? Schedule your appointment with Drs. Rubinstein & Ducoff today, we’d be happy to determine if dental crowns are the best option for you.
A dental crown is a restorative dental care option that is often used when a patient experiences decay, damage or other imperfections that cannot be treated with other methods such as a dental filling. A dental crown is essentially a cap which has been designed to look, feel and function just like a natural tooth crown and can be matched with your existing natural smile perfectly. Once your dental crown has been fabricated, it will be bonded directly over your affected tooth that has been prepared, improving the appearance, function and even health of the tooth. Dental crowns also provide additional structural support and strength for the tooth, keeping your tooth protected from future complications.
Ready to restore the appearance, function, and health of your affected tooth with dental crowns in Providence? Contact the clinic of Drs. Rubinstein & Ducoff today to schedule your consultation, we are always accepting new patients into our practice and would be happy to determine if tooth crowns near you are right for you.
We are also serving patients from nearby location as College Hill, Fox Point, Wayland, Wayland Square, Waterman, Brown University, and RISD for dental crowns.