Christopher D. Kooning DMD, PC
(503) 673-9097

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Kooning Family Dentistry

We offer comprehensive dental services for the entire family. Our staff, along with Christopher Kooning, DMD are here to educate, offer tips and to oversee your oral health, offering preventive care, dental restorations, and cosmetic dentistry. Your oral health is important to everything we do, how we express ourselves, what we eat, and how we communicate. We want your mouth to show the best part of you, your smile.








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15962 Boones Ferry RdSuite 105
Lake Oswego
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97035


What You Can Do to Protect Dental Crowns


Posted on 7/30/2017 by Kooning Family Dentistry
Protect your dental crowns by contacting Kooning Family Dentistry.
When you have teeth that aren't looking their best it may embarrass you to smile or open your mouth. Once you get your teeth fixed and you have your new dental crowns in place you feel so much better you have a beautiful smile again and you can feel the confidence returning. Regardless of the type of crown you have, you know that they are strong and will last for a long time if the care taken care of properly. But is there something different you should be doing besides your regular oral hygiene regimen?

Taking Care of Your Crowns

Your crowns are sturdy but you have to remember that they aren't your teeth. Your teeth are covered with enamel to protect the underlying structure. Enamel is the hardest substance in your body. Though your crowns are strong, they can’t withstand the abuse your teeth get. Here are a few things to look out for and to keep your crowns in tip-top shape.

First of all, continue your usual dental hygiene regimen. You should be using a soft-bristled toothbrush. You should brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes each time you brush. Don’t scrimp on the time if possible because you need this time to thoroughly get your teeth clean. And don’t forget to floss at least once a day.

The next way to prolong the life of your crowns is to avoid eating foods that are hard. This includes chewing ice, jawbreakers and other extremely hard candies. And don’t crack nuts with your crowns.

Try to avoid grinding your teeth. Nothing will unseat a crown faster than grinding. If you can’t stop, talk to your dentist. Your dentist can give you a bite guard to protect your investment. If you have any questions, or if you would like to learn more, please call us today at (503) 673-9097.
Christopher D. Kooning DMD, PC
(503) 673-9097


Location
15962 Boones Ferry Rd, Suite 105
Lake Oswego, OR 97035


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