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Cosmetic Dental Crowns

Douglas Maxson, D.D.S. in San Jose has a few questions for you. Do you have a cracked or broken tooth? What about a tooth that's decayed too much to hold a filling? Did you know that if the crack or decay extends into your root, you will have an even worse problem on your hand? Dental crowns are a natural-looking and comfortable solution to cracked, broken, or excessively decayed teeth.

Because a crown fit by Dr. Maxson sits so snugly on the base of your gum line, it won't bother you at all. In fact, crowns, or caps made of metal or porcelain that completely cover and protect what remains of the natural tooth, are an extreme improvement when dealing with problematic teeth.

Call us or fill out the online form to meet Dr. Douglas Maxson and ask if dental crowns are your cosmetic dentistry makeover solution today. He may suggest bridges instead, which can permanently replaced one or more teeth. Either way, bridges or crowns, as "fixed" dentistry solutions offered right here in San Jose, provide a vastly improved lifestyle compared to removable appliances or partial dentures.

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