How Dental Crowns Can Benefit You

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About Dr. Peter Zwier

For over 30 years, Dr. Peter J. Zwier has been providing a broad range of general and cosmetic dental services to Grand Rapids, meeting the needs of your whole family in one convenient location. Your oral health is extremely important to your body’s wellbeing, and a beautiful smile is a wonderful asset at any age.

A dental crown is a cap that is used to cover a tooth. Dental crowns can be used for many different reasons, including to protect a weak tooth, to restore a broken tooth, to cover a misshapen or discolored tooth, to hold a dental bridge in place, to cover a dental implant, or to make a cosmetic change. Crowns can benefit many individuals of all ages. Read on to learn more about these benefits.

They’re Custom Made

Crowns are designed to fit your unique smile, right down to the color. Patients can feel comfortable knowing that their crown will be undetectable among their other teeth!

They Are Easy to Place

Placing a crown is a relatively simple procedure. Dr. Zwier simply cleans the tooth and shapes it so that it will fit a crown. Then, an impression of the tooth is made and sent to a lab for the crown to be created. Once the crown is created, it is placed over the tooth using a strong bonding material.

They Can Improve Your Smile

Although crowns are primarily used for restorative reasons, they can also be used for cosmetic reasons as well. Crowns fit perfectly over your tooth, can be used to cover up discoloration, crookedness, chips, cracks, and more. At our practice, we offer porcelain crowns for purely cosmetic reasons.

They are Long-Lasting

At our practice, we use only quality materials to create crowns. Because of this, crowns can last a long time (up to 30 years). Patients who take care of their teeth and crowns can benefit from beautiful results for years to come!

If you are interested in learning more about dental crowns, contact our office in Grand Rapids to schedule an appointment. Call 616-682-7271 to learn more.

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