Morgan Nordstrom, D.D.S.

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Let us make your dental care easy! Our team is professional, highly skilled, and gentle. We offer a full range of dental services and have a conservative approach to treatment. It is our pleasure to provide you with outstanding dentistry that looks great, feels comfortable, and supports your overall health.

Are dental implants better than crowns?

Dental implants are a popular option for patients who have lost one or more teeth. The posts will be placed in the jawbone, providing an artificial tooth root that serves as a strong and stable foundation for permanent or removable replacement teeth.

Crowns are placed over existing teeth to improve their appearance and strength. Crowns are most commonly made of porcelain, a combination of porcelain and metal, or entirely of metal. Our dental crowns are strong and made of high-quality materials, and our goal is to use a crown that is both functional and beautiful.

Though dental implants and crowns can be used to restore the function and aesthetics of a smile, there are a few different factors to consider when choosing between dental implants and crowns. One is the amount of damage to the tooth. If the tooth is severely damaged, a crown may not be strong enough to hold it in place, and an implant would be a better option. 

Another factor is the health of the surrounding teeth. If the surrounding teeth are not in good condition, they may not be able to support a crown. In this case, an implant may be the better option.

Finally, the cost is also a factor to consider. Implants are typically more expensive than crowns, but they can last longer and may be a better investment in the long run.

Dental implants are typically more expensive than crowns, but they also offer several advantages, including improved durability, increased comfort, and better oral health. 

Caring and Compassionate Dentistry in Vallejo, CA

Do you want to know if dental implants may be right for you? If so, give us a call to schedule your consultation. We are available to help determine whether dental implants or crowns are right for you. 

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