Dental implants are customarily placed through a small hole in the front of the jawbone. A metal or ceramic implant is then screwed into the bone. The implant is then topped with a prosthetic tooth, which can be made to match the surrounding teeth. Zirconia dental restorations are commonly used to replace teeth that have been lost or damaged.

The restoration is made of zirconia, which is a type of ceramic. Zirconia is a very strong and durable material and it can last for many years without any problems. It also has a very nice appearance, which makes it popular among people who want to have nicer looking teeth.

 

How To Care For Zirconia Restorations?

Caring for zirconia crowns is not difficult but does require some special attention. Here are a few tips to help you keep your zirconia crowns looking beautiful and lasting as long as possible:

  • Be sure to brush your teeth and floss regularly, especially around the area of the crown. This will help prevent plaque and tartar buildup which can cause decay and damage to the crown.
  • Avoid eating crunchy or sticky foods which can cause pieces of food to become lodged in the crevices of the crown. These foods can also cause bacteria to grow and lead to decay.
  • When drinking acidic beverages like soda or juice, be sure to rinse your mouth with water afterwards. Acidic drinks can erode the enamel on your teeth, including the zirconia crown.

 

Get An Experienced Dentist for Zirconia Restorations

Dentists in Nashville, TN may have a lot of experience with restoring teeth using zirconia, but there are still some things to be aware of. First, it is important to choose the right zirconia material for your restoration. Second, proper preparation and installation are essential for a successful restoration. Finally, regular dental care is necessary to ensure that your zirconia restoration remains in good condition.

 

Get A New Smile Today With Zirconia Restorations!

If you are looking for dentist that will help you get zirconia restorations, you should contact our practice!  Get in contact with our doctors, Dr. James R PaceDr. Temp Sullivan, and Dr. James R. Pace Jr., FAGD, in our office in Nashville, TN, to schedule your next consultation today!