Have your teeth suffered from tooth decay or injury? Dental crowns can restore teeth that have extensive decay or damage by preserving the remaining structure of your tooth. Whether your damage has emerged from bruxism, a dental accident, or severe decay, a dental crown can restore your smile and get you back to eating and speaking pain-free again.
Our professional, compassionate team has fine-tuned our process for placing dental crowns in order to make your treatment as comfortable and efficient as possible. We’ll ensure you feel confident in our plan and your end results. With leading-edge technology and relaxing amenities, you’ll receive the quality level of care you deserve.
Dental crowns are constructed from a variety of materials. Each material has unique benefits, so our dental team will evaluate your needs and make a recommendation based on your health and level of restoration needed.
If the damage from grinding your teeth is past reconciliation, it’s possible you may need a dental crown. Oftentimes, the incorporation of a nightguard into your dental routine can save your teeth from needing restorative care.
The best material for your dental crown is determined on a case-by-case basis. However, the most natural looking crowns are constructed with porcelain or ceramic. These materials can be made to match your surrounding teeth and are usually the least noticeable.
Your dental crown’s longevity is greatly dependent upon your dental hygiene routine and your dental habits. Brushing at least twice per day and flossing once per day can increase your crown’s lifespan. With proper care, your crown can last up to fifteen years or more.
The cost of a dental crown depends largely on the material used. During your consultation, we will provide you with several options and a thorough cost breakdown for each. Our office offers several financial solutions to make your care affordable and we’d be happy to establish an individualized financial plan for you.