Custom Restoration

The process of getting a dental crown involves two main visits. During the first visit, the tooth is prepared by removing any decay and shaping the remaining structure to ensure a proper fit for the crown. Impressions of the tooth are then taken and sent to a dental lab where the crown is crafted from materials such as porcelain, ceramic, or metal alloys, depending on the patient's needs and aesthetic preferences. A temporary crown is placed to protect the tooth until the permanent crown is ready.

Dental Crowns Benefits and Care

Benefits and Care

Dental crowns offer several benefits:

  • Durability: Crowns are designed to withstand the rigors of daily chewing and can last many years with proper care.

  • Aesthetic Improvement: Crowns are crafted to match the color and appearance of your natural teeth, enhancing your smile.

  • Versatility: Crowns can be used to protect a weak tooth, restore a broken tooth, cover a dental implant, or support a bridge.

Caring for dental crowns involves maintaining good oral hygiene practices, including regular brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups, to ensure the longevity of the crown and underlying natural tooth.