Porcelain Crowns can give you a beautiful smile that lasts for a long time.

A crown (or cap) is a restoration that encases the whole tooth surface, retaining its shape and size to its original state. A crown is used to protect and reinforce tooth structure that cannot be replaced with fillings or other treatments.

Although there are various types of crowns, porcelain (tooth-colored crown) is the most common since they look and feel like your actual teeth.

 They are quite durable and will last for years, but they may need to be changed at some point. Porcelain crowns are custom-made to match the form, size, and color of your teeth, giving you a natural-looking, long-lasting smile.

What Does It Take to Get a Crown?

A crown procedure normally necessitates two visits. Several highly exact molds (or impressions) will be taken during your first session, which will be utilized to make your temporary crown.
A temporary crown will be made from a mold and will stay on your tooth for around two weeks until your new crown is produced by a dental laboratory.
The dentist will prepare the tooth while it is numb by removing any decay and contouring the surface to fit the crown appropriately. Your temporary crown will be put with temporary cement when these details are completed, and your bite will be checked to verify you are biting properly.

Following the First Procedure
Your temporary crown will be removed at your second appointment, the tooth will be cleaned, and your new crown will be carefully installed to ensure proper spacing and bite.
You’ll be given advice on how to care for your new crown.

What Are Some Reasons to Receive a Crown?

  • Broken or fractured teeth
  • Cosmetic enhancement
  • Decayed teeth
  • Fractured fillings
  • Large fillings
  • The tooth has a root canal 

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