The Procedure of Dental Crowns

The Procedure of Dental Crowns

Posted by Abbas Nejad Jul 11,2023

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Dental crowns are versatile dental restorations that can significantly improve the strength, functionality, and appearance of damaged or weakened teeth. Dental crowns can restore your smile and enhance your oral health, whether you have a cracked tooth, severe decay, or a misshapen tooth. They are designed to resemble natural teeth, blending seamlessly with your existing dentition. At Laveen Dental, dental crowns can be made from various materials, including porcelain, ceramic, metal alloys, or a combination of materials, depending on your specific needs and preferences.  

The Dental Crowns Procedures  

Once it is determined that a dental crown is suitable for your case, the tooth will be prepared for crown placement. This involves reshaping the tooth by removing a small amount of enamel from its outer surface. The amount of enamel removed will equal the thickness of the dental crown, ensuring a proper fit. Local anesthesia is usually administered to ensure comfort during tooth preparation. After the tooth is prepared, your dentist will take impressions of your teeth. These impressions serve as a mold for the dental laboratory to create a custom-made crown that fits your tooth perfectly. The impressions are sent to the dental laboratory, where skilled technicians craft the crown using durable and lifelike materials such as porcelain or ceramic.  

While your permanent crown is being fabricated, your dentist may place a temporary crown over the prepared tooth to protect it. Once your permanent crown is ready, you will return to the dental office for placement. Your dentist will remove the temporary crown and check the fit and appearance of the permanent crown. They will ensure that the crown's color, shape, and size match your natural teeth. Any adjustments will be made to ensure a comfortable bite and proper alignment with the surrounding teeth. Once the perfect fit is achieved, dental cement or adhesive will permanently bond the crown to the tooth.  

The Benefits of Dental Crowns  

Strengthening Damaged Teeth   

Dental crowns provide a protective layer over a tooth with severe decay, cracks, or fractures. By covering the damaged tooth, the crown adds strength and stability, preventing further damage and potential tooth loss.  

Improving Aesthetics  

Dental crowns are crafted to match your natural teeth' color, shape, and size, resulting in a natural and aesthetically pleasing smile. They can correct tooth discoloration, misshapen or crooked teeth and fill in gaps between teeth, enhancing your overall smile aesthetics.  

Restoring Functionality  

Teeth with large fillings or extensive decay can become weak and prone to fracture. Dental crowns restore the functionality of such teeth, allowing you to chew, bite, and speak with ease and confidence.  

Dental crowns are a reliable solution for restoring damaged or weakened teeth, providing strength, functionality, and aesthetics to your smile. Visit Laveen Dental at 5130 W. Baseline rd ste 111, Laveen, AZ 85339, or call (602) 237-7878 to determine if a dental crown is the right treatment option for you and experience the benefits of a beautifully restored smile.  




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