Dental Crowns

Restore your smile with dental crowns. These tooth-like caps correct the function and appearance of weak and damaged teeth.

Dental crowns can be used to correct one or more teeth. For example, it can be used to restore a tooth that has undergone a root canal. Also, dental crowns are used in conjunction with dental implants and bridges.

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You may need a dental crown to:

  • Create a dental bridge to replace a missing tooth
  • Strengthen and conceal a tooth that has undergone a root canal
  • Repair a broken or worn down tooth
  • Cover poorly shaped or discolored teeth to enhance their appearance
  • Repair or strengthen a tooth affected by significant tooth decay or large cracks or chips


Your Smile What To Expect

After examining your tooth and dental x-rays (if applicable), your dentist will prepare the area by preparing the tooth. You will probably be given a local anesthetic during this part of the procedure.

Your dentist will create tooth impressions to be delivered to a dental lab, which would create your individual dental crown. Once your dentist has received the crown from the dental lab, you will return to have it fitted and permanently cemented into place.


Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. Before preparing your crown, your dentist will carefully match the color of your new crown to your surrounding teeth. If you anticipate needing your teeth whitened, have it done before this color-matching process so that your new crown will look just like your post-treatment white smile.

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Interested in dental crowns? Contact our team to learn more about this procedure. New patients are welcome.