Weakened Teeth

Weakened teeth can be characterized by overall tooth structure breakdown due to tooth decay, gum disease, or excessive force or trauma. A weak or decayed tooth carries the risk of breaking, cracking, or falling out.

A Crown can be utilized to improve weakened teeth, as it involves the removal and repair of the weakened area of the teeth. A cap or crown, often made of porcelain or porcelain fused to metal, is then fitted over the remaining part of the tooth, giving the appearance of a natural, healthy tooth.
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