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February 21, 2017
Posted By: Mark Gladnick, D.D.S.
Dental Implants or Crowns | Wilmington DE

Imagine.. you have completed your implant treatment, you are totally healed, and have been given clearance for the last step- a beautiful crown to complete your smile.  The question is, do you prefer the standard crown or a custom crown?  Here is why I only treat my patients with custom crowns. 

I liken this decision to getting a buying a ring for your fiance and not including the stone.  Your crown should be placed on top of a custom crafted support (clinically called an abutment) which insures ideal tissue contours and an esthetic advantage.

 Custom fabricated implant supported crowns insure an ideal cosmetic match to your adjacent teeth.  In other words, the crown will look and feel like your natural teeth.  I work with only the best labs to insure that your smile will look natural and beautiful.


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