Crowns are essentially what you might guess–covers for your teeth. A crown covers a damaged or misshapen tooth so it is restored to its normal shape and size.
Instances where a crown may be necessary include covering and supporting a tooth with a large filling when there isn’t enough natural tooth left, attaching a bridge, protecting a weak tooth from breaking, restoring a tooth that is already broken, or covering a dental implant.
Regardless of why Dr. Hodge recommends a crown, you can be sure that a crown will restore oral function and your smile.
My wife said to me tonight that she sure feels like she would love to have her teeth cleaned soon, and it makes me realize that a lot of you are probably feeling the same way! We are certainly hoping that it will not be long until we are able to open our office and provide the thorough services that you’re accustomed to.
In the meantime, my staff and I have been keeping informed with the latest information on ways to treat you with; the most up to date, state of the art procedures to make you all feel safe and protected. I have been participating in numerous webinars from leading disease prevention experts and I am investing in equipment that will ensure your safety. My staff and I are staying connected via Zoom meetings to share information and training.
I miss you all and I miss working. I look forward to serving you all again soon and having life, “back to normal”. I wish you all good health!
Have a great day,
Dr. Hodge & Staff