Porcelain Crowns

Teeth, like many other parts of your body, weaken overtime. This weakening then leaves them more prone to problems such as decay, cracks, or discoloration. But don’t worry, dental crown can help protect and restore the function and appearance of your tooth.
 
Types of Crowns:
 
Ceramic
-Restores the front teeth
-Composed of a porcelain base
 
Porcelain and metal alloy
-Durable
-Matches natural teeth with metal framework support
 
Gold
-Less chances of fracture over time
-Composed of gold, copper and other metals
 
Treatment
A dental-crown fitting takes two appointments. During the initial appointment, we will examine your mouth and teeth to determine your candidacy for crown placement. An x-ray or digital images may be taken to understand the nature of your condition. Impressions of your teeth will be taken in order to create crowns that are fit your teeth.
 
On the day of the procedure, the treated area will be numbed with local anesthesia. The crown is cemented into place on top of the decayed or discolored tooth. Make follow-up appointments so we can check on your progress!