The answer is yes.
Crowns have an estimated life expectancy of 10-15 years. But that varies depending on a number of factors that include care and hygiene frequency.
A dental crown caps a tooth that has been damaged or fractured, has undergone root canal treatment or has become structurally weak. Many people forget that replacement crowns need regular care, just like natural teeth do.
A hygienist does a thorough check of all crowns to ensure their health. But prevention is the best medicine so Dr. Hynd suggests you should protect your investment.
Call us to book your next hygiene appointment.