What happens when you lose a tooth? After losing a permanent tooth, you may develop a higher risk of misalignment, as well as tooth decay and gum disease. As tooth loss progresses, you can have trouble eating or speaking and may develop jaw joint problems, such as TMJ disorder. However, you can avoid these complications by replacing your missing tooth with a dental implant.
We may place a dental crown for a variety of reasons. For example, we can use them to repair a damaged tooth or address dental infection. They can also be used to address cosmetic and restorative issues with the tooth’s shape. In the past, placing one meant two to three visits and a temporary worn in between. Now, we can provide them in a single day. Do you need same day crowns?