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Make your damaged tooth whole again.
A long-lasting durable solution for severe tooth decay!
A dental crown is a hollow cap, which goes over your natural tooth to protect it from decay and damage while restoring its strength, shape, and appearance.
These caps look and feel just like real teeth, improving your smile, and making it easy to bite, chew, and speak as usual.
You may need a dental crown if:
Dental crowns are highly durable, lasting for many years.
Saving teeth while they're still salvageable helps you avoid complex restorative procedures.
Dental crowns last up to 15 years, allowing you to enjoy a healthy smile without complications.
If you get a dental crown quickly, you can keep your tooth in top shape without bridges, implants, or dentures.
Dental crowns look just like (or even better!) than your natural teeth, so you can improve your smile.
Installing a crown is a simple, painless procedure that doesn't take up too much of your time.
A dental crown is customized to your smile, which ensures its longevity, integrity, and aesthetic appeal.
A dental crown keeps your damaged tooth from decaying and cracking, or worse, an extraction.
This doctor never judges you or makes you feel guilty about poor tooth hygiene or neglect. Dr. Johnson's main focus is on improving your health while minimizing discomfort.
‘‘My family has been seeing Dr. Johnson for nearly a decade. We can always expect a pleasant visit, with several different amenities (like the hand wax, television, hot towel, etc!), with close attention to detail.’’
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The cost of your dental crown depends on many factors, including:
Speak to your dentist about the approximate cost. When installing a dental crown at Harbour Pointe Family Dentistry, you have several convenient payment options to choose from.
Dental crowns generally last between 5 and 15 years. Their longevity depends on:
If you follow good oral hygiene practices and avoid putting too much pressure on your teeth (like cracking nuts or chewing ice), your dental crowns should last for many years.
To install a crown, your dentist will reshape the tooth to create a perfect fit, take a mold of the tooth, send it to the laboratory to manufacture an ideally-suitable cap, and then cement it carefully.
The procedure usually requires two visits. It's done under anesthesia, which makes the entire process painless.
After your dentist takes a mold of your tooth, your crown needs to be manufactured in the lab.
For aesthetic and protective purposes, your dentist will install a temporary crown. It'll cover the gap and allow you to chew, smile, and speak normally until the permanent crown is ready.
We can give your teeth a second chance!