Dental Crowns

Your teeth endure a lot throughout the course of a day. So, over time, natural wear and tear – among other reasons – can leave your teeth more prone to decay, cracks, or discoloration. Crowns are an option for many when it comes to the restoration of tooth appearance and function.
Types of Crowns
Porcelain-fused alloy
- Matches the natural color of teeth
- Durability
- Most popular
- Utilizes a porcelain base
- Mainly used for the front teeth
- Highly durable for bite pressure
- alloy composed of copper/metal materials
Initially, we will perform a physical exam of your mouth and teeth. Images of your mouth may be taken as well as an impression of your teeth to create crowns that will fit your natural teeth. Our team will go over any concerns detailing the procedure and the benefits of crown placement.
Before the procedure begins, the affected area will be treated with local anesthesia. Your new dental crown will be attached on top of the chipped, cracked or decayed tooth. It will be cemented into place for maximum support and function.