Restore Your Smile with A Dental Crown
A dental crown works like a cap to fit snugly over a damaged tooth. The result is a beautiful, natural-looking tooth that fits right in with your existing teeth. If you have a tooth that’s been fractured or has decayed partially, a dental crown may be a good choice. It allows you to cover the damage while keeping the tooth.
Our dentists have considerable experience making dental crowns for patients. Give us a call today and we can schedule a consultation to examine the tooth and determine if it can be fitted with a dental crown.
The Dental Crown Process
A dental crown is generally made in two visits. At the first appointment, our dentist will examine your tooth and determine that it can be saved. If so, we will likely need to reshape the tooth so the crown will fit easier. We take an impression of the tooth with dental putty, which will be sent off to our qualified dental lab to create a permanent crown. In the meantime, we’ll place a temporary crown over your tooth to keep it protected.
At your second visit, we will remove the temporary crown and place the permanent crown over your tooth. Once we’re satisfied with the fit and appearance, the crown gets boded to your tooth to ensure it stays in place.
The new crown will be the same shade as your natural teeth and will be virtually unnoticeable.
Is A Dental Crown Right for Me?
If you have a tooth that is chipped, cracked, or has a large filling, you could benefit from a dental crown. Crowns not only improve the appearance of a tooth; they also protect a weak tooth from further damage.
A dental crown allows you to avoid getting your tooth pulled and lets you keep your beautiful smile intact.
Call Us Today
If you’d like to discuss getting a dental crown, give our Dossett Dental McKinney office a call today. We can answer your questions or schedule a consultation with one of our capable dentists.
Dossett Dental McKinney
4550 W. Eldorado Pkwy #107
McKinney, TX, 75093
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