My Child Needs Dental Crowns. What Options Do I Have?
If the cavity is still small, your pediatric dentist can fix the tooth with a small simple filling. However, if the decay has significantly damaged the tooth, it ·s often necessary to place a crown "cap" on the tooth. Crowns are placed on teeth that have large areas of decay that could possibly break if restored with a simple filling material.
EZPEDO is the world leader in esthetic Zirconia pediatric crowns. These crowns are made of solid Zirconia, a biocompatible material that, until now, has only been used in high-end, adult cosmetic dentistry. Composed entirely of one solid tooth-colored material, they look extremely esthetic, both from the front view and on the inside of the mouth. Each crown is glazed with a hint of natural color, making them very smooth, shiny, and impermeable to staining. They are exceptionally strong, and their unsurpassed esthetics allow them to blend in seamlessly with the surrounding natural teeth.
Finding out your child has extensive tooth decay and needs crowns can be frightening. But having the option available to restore his or her teeth with NEW. state-of-the-art, natural looking, all-ceramic crowns \Viii put your mind at ease. In fact, neither you nor your child's friends will even be able to tell that there are crowns in your child's mouth. As one mother remarked, “A smile that doesn't encourage teasing is a wonderful gift for any child."
Ask about the EZPEDO crown option. Every time you look at your child, you'll be glad you did.