Fixing chipped, cracked, broken, and decaying teeth has never been easier with metal-free dental crowns. Dr. Jay Ajmo’s Palm Beach Gardens practice uses high-quality IPS E.Max® products to restore the structure, function, and aesthetics of your smile. At PGA Dentistry, we want to see your joy and confidence shine through your smile and each member of our team is dedicated to helping you reach your goals. Schedule an appointment with us today and we will help you begin your journey toward a new smile.
Understanding The Procedure
Dental crowns are shells of strong porcelain designed to fit over your existing teeth or to restore a dental implant. These restorations are one of the most popular options when it comes to strengthening damaged or decaying teeth.
Your initial consultation, which involves digital x-rays, images, and a comprehensive examination by Dr. Ajmo, will provide a basis for your customized treatment. We will tailor your crowns to optimize your bite and the alignment and color of your teeth. Each one of your personal requests and needs will be addressed to ensure that your experience with us is positive and successful.
On the day of your appointment, we will administer anesthetic or sedation to help you relax during the treatment. We will clean, lightly buff, and gently prepare your teeth to receive the crown. The expert placement of your restoration, combined with diligent routine care, will reward you with a healthy, functional smile that can last a lifetime.
Dr. Ajmo personally performs each dental crown procedure in the comfort of his Palm Beach Gardens office, so you don’t have to make multiple, inconvenient trips to various office locations.
The Aesthetic Benefits
Restoring weak, decaying teeth with natural-looking dental crowns will make your smile look better than ever. By artistically matching the color of your crowns with that of your natural smile, Dr. Ajmo can help you achieve the smile of your dreams. Having a cleaner, whiter, straighter smile will take years off your face and give you another chance to show off your gorgeous grin.
The Oral Health Benefits
Broken teeth that are left untreated can cause a number of lifelong oral health problems. Cracks and breaks in the surface of your teeth can house harmful plaque and bacteria, which cause gum disease and tooth decay. As soon as you restore your teeth with dental crowns, you will see a dramatic improvement in the structure and function of your smile.