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Dental Crown

Do you have damaged or decayed teeth that affect your smile and confidence? You’re not alone - a dental crown is one of the most common and effective dental treatments in the world. A dental crown can restore the shape, size, strength, and appearance of your teeth, as well as protect them from further damage. 

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What is Dental Crown?

A dental crown is a custom-made cap that covers the entire visible part of a tooth. It is usually made of porcelain, metal, or a combination of both materials. A dental crown can protect a weak or broken tooth from further damage, restore the shape and size of a worn-down or misshapen tooth, improve the color and alignment of a stained or crooked tooth, or support a dental bridge or implant.

How does a dental crown work?

To place a dental crown, your dentist will first prepare your tooth by removing any decayed or damaged tissue and reshaping it to fit the crown. Then, they will take an impression of your tooth and send it to a dental laboratory where the crown will be fabricated. In the meantime, you may receive a temporary crown to protect your tooth until the permanent one is ready. When the permanent crown is ready, your dentist will cement it onto your tooth and make any necessary adjustments to ensure a comfortable and natural fit.

If you think you may need a dental crown, talk to our patient coordinator about your options and expectations. We will help you decide if a dental crown is right for you and guide you through the process.

Benefits of Dental Crowns

Restore function and comfort:

A dental crown can restore the function and comfort of a tooth that has been affected by decay, fracture, infection, or wear. It can help you chew, speak and smile normally without pain or sensitivity. A dental crown can also prevent further damage to the tooth and the surrounding tissues by sealing off the exposed nerves and pulp. A dental crown can also prevent the tooth from shifting or moving out of alignment, which can affect your bite and cause other problems.

 

Improve appearance and confidence:

A dental crown can improve the appearance and confidence of your smile by covering a tooth that is discolored, misshapen or crooked. A dental crown can be customized to match the color, shape, and size of your natural teeth, creating a seamless and natural-looking result. A dental crown can also enhance the symmetry and balance of your smile by correcting minor flaws or gaps. A dental crown can also make your smile look younger and healthier by restoring the natural contours and proportions of your teeth.

 

Long-lasting and durable:

A dental crown is a long-lasting and durable solution for restoring a damaged or decayed tooth. Depending on the material used, a dental crown can last for 10 to 15 years or longer with proper care and maintenance. A dental crown is also resistant to stains, chips, and cracks, making it a reliable and convenient option for restoring your smile. A dental crown can also withstand normal biting and chewing forces without breaking or loosening.

 

Easy to maintain:

A dental crown is easy to maintain and care for as part of your daily oral hygiene routine. You can brush and floss your dental crown as you would your natural teeth, using a soft-bristled toothbrush and gentle strokes. You should also visit your dentist regularly for check-ups and cleanings to ensure that your dental crown is in good condition and functioning properly. You should also avoid habits that can damage your dental crown, such as biting on hard objects, grinding your teeth, or using your teeth as tools.

 

As you can see, a dental crown has many benefits for restoring your oral health and enhancing your smile. If you have a damaged or decayed tooth that needs restoration, you may want to consider getting a dental crown from your dentist. A dental crown can provide you with a functional, comfortable, beautiful, and long-lasting solution for improving your smile and confidence.

How much does a crown cost

Gold Crowns - 200$

Metal crowns are made from gold, silver, or other alloys. They are very durable and resistant to wear and tear. They can withstand high biting and chewing forces without breaking or chipping. Gold crowns are also biocompatible, meaning they do not cause allergic reactions or irritate the gums. However, metal crowns have some drawbacks as well. They do not look natural, as they do not match the natural color of the teeth. They may also cause a metallic taste in the mouth or interfere with some medical imaging tests. 

 

Porcelain Crown - 130$

Porcelain crowns are made from a ceramic material that mimics the look and feel of natural enamel. They are very aesthetic, as they can be customized to match the shape, size, and color of the adjacent teeth. Porcelain crowns also have a translucent quality that reflects light in a similar way as natural teeth. However, porcelain crowns have some disadvantages as well. They are more prone to cracking or chipping than metal crowns, especially if exposed to extreme temperatures or biting hard objects. They may also wear down the opposing teeth faster than metal crowns.

 

Porcelain-Fused-to-Metal Crowns - 160$

Porcelain-fused-to-metal (PFM) crowns are a hybrid of metal and porcelain crowns. They have a metal base that provides strength and stability and a porcelain layer that covers the visible part of the tooth. PFM crowns combine the advantages of both materials, such as durability, biocompatibility, and aesthetics. However, they also have some limitations. The metal base may show through the porcelain layer over time, creating a dark line along the gum line. The porcelain layer may also chip or wear off, exposing the metal underneath.

 

Zirconia Crowns - 180$

Zirconia crowns are made from zirconium dioxide, a type of ceramic that is very strong and hard. Zirconia crowns are similar to porcelain crowns in terms of aesthetics, as they can be customized to match natural teeth. However, zirconia crowns have some benefits over porcelain crowns. They are more resistant to cracking or chipping than porcelain crowns, and they do not require as much tooth preparation or removal as porcelain crowns. Zirconia crowns are also biocompatible and do not cause allergic reactions or inflammation.

 

How to Choose the Right Type of Dental Crown

The type of dental crown that is best for you depends on several factors, such as:

- The location and function of the tooth that needs a crown
- The condition and health of the tooth and surrounding tissues
- The preference and budget of the patient
- The skill and experience of the dentist

Some general guidelines to help you choose the right type of dental crown are:

- Metal crowns are suitable for back teeth that are not visible when smiling and need to withstand high chewing forces
- Porcelain crowns are suitable for front teeth that are visible when smiling and need to blend in with the natural teeth
- PFM crowns are suitable for both front and back teeth that need a balance of strength and aesthetics
- Zirconia crowns are suitable for any tooth that needs a high-quality restoration that is durable and aesthetic

 

To learn more about the different types of dental crown procedures available and which one is right for you, consult with our patient coordinator. Our experts will examine your teeth and gums, take x-rays and impressions, and discuss your options with you. Together, you can decide on the best type of dental crown for your smile.

Dental Crown Procedure

Step 1: Consultation and Preparation

The first step in getting a dental crown is to visit your dentist for a consultation. Your dentist will examine your tooth and determine if you need a crown or another type of treatment. They will also discuss with you the options for the material and the color of the crown, as well as the costs and benefits of each option.

If you decide to proceed with the crown, your dentist will prepare your tooth for the crown. This involves removing some of the enamel and dentin from the tooth to make room for the crown. Your dentist will also take an impression or a digital scan of your tooth and the surrounding teeth, which will be used to create a model for the crown. Depending on the type of crown you choose, your dentist may also take a shade guide to match the color of your natural teeth.

 

Step 2: Temporary Crown and Fabrication

After preparing your tooth, your dentist will place a temporary crown over it to protect it until the permanent crown is ready. The temporary crown is usually made of acrylic or metal and is held in place with temporary cement. You will need to be careful with your temporary crown and avoid chewing hard or sticky foods, as well as brushing or flossing too vigorously.

While you are wearing the temporary crown, your dentist will send the impression or scan of your tooth to a dental laboratory, where a technician will fabricate your permanent crown. This may take several days or weeks, depending on the type of material and the complexity of the design.

 

Step 3: Permanent Crown Placement

Once your permanent crown is ready, you will need to return to your dentist for the final step. Your dentist will remove the temporary crown and clean your tooth. They will then try on the permanent crown and check if it fits properly and matches your bite and smile. If everything looks good, your dentist will cement the permanent crown onto your tooth with a strong adhesive. They will also make any necessary adjustments to ensure your comfort and function.

 

Your dentist will then give you some instructions on how to care for your new crown and schedule a follow-up visit to monitor its condition. You may experience some sensitivity or discomfort after getting a dental crown, but this should subside within a few days. You should brush and floss your teeth as usual and visit your dentist regularly for check-ups and cleanings.

 

A dental crown can last for many years if you take good care of it and avoid habits that can damage it, such as grinding your teeth, biting your nails, or chewing ice. If you notice any signs of problems with your crown, such as pain, swelling, looseness, or cracking, you should contact your dentist as soon as possible.

Dental Crowns Recovery

If you have recently undergone a dental crown procedure, you may be wondering what to expect during the recovery process and how long it typically takes. A dental crown is a cap that covers a damaged tooth to restore its shape, size, strength, and appearance. Dental crowns can be made of different materials, such as metal, porcelain, resin, or ceramic.

The recovery period after a dental crown procedure usually lasts for a few days to a few weeks, depending on your individual case and how well you take care of your new crown. Here are some tips and information to help you recover smoothly and comfortably.

What can I expect during the recovery process?

The recovery process after dental veneers may vary depending on the type of veneers you get and how your dentist applies them. Here is a general timeline of what you can expect during the recovery process:

The First Week

During the first week after the procedure, you may experience some inflammation, sensitivity, and irritation in the area where the crown was placed. This is normal and should subside gradually as your mouth heals. To help reduce the swelling and discomfort, you can rinse your mouth with warm salt water a few times a day. You can also take over-the-counter pain relievers, such as ibuprofen, as directed by your dentist. Avoid eating hard, sticky, or chewy foods that may put pressure on your crown or cause it to loosen. Brush and floss your teeth gently and carefully around the crown.

After Two Weeks

By the second week, most of the inflammation and sensitivity should have gone away. You may still feel some minor discomfort or pressure when biting or chewing with your new crown, especially if it is made of porcelain-fused-to-metal or ceramic. This is because these materials are harder than your natural teeth and may take some time to adjust to your bite. If the discomfort persists or worsens, you should contact your dentist to check if your crown needs any adjustment.

After Three Weeks

By the third week, you should be able to eat and drink normally with your new crown. However, you should still avoid biting on hard objects, such as ice, nuts, or bones, that may crack or damage your crown. You should also avoid habits that may stain or discolor your crown, such as smoking, drinking coffee or tea, or eating foods with strong colors. If you have a porcelain or ceramic crown, you may want to use whitening toothpaste to keep it bright and shiny.

After Four Weeks

By the fourth week, your new crown should feel like a natural part of your mouth. You should not have any pain or sensitivity when biting or chewing with it. You should continue to brush and floss your teeth regularly and visit your dentist for routine check-ups and cleanings. Your dentist will monitor the condition of your crown and make sure it fits well and functions properly.

After Three Months

After three months, your new crown should be fully integrated with your tooth and gums. You should not have any problems with eating, speaking, or smiling with it. Your crown should look natural and blend in with your other teeth. You should maintain good oral hygiene habits and avoid anything that may harm your crown.

After Six Months

After six months, your new crown should still be in good shape and function well. You should not notice any changes in its appearance or performance. You should keep up with your regular dental visits and follow your dentist's instructions on how to care for your crown.

After One Year

After one year, your new crown should have proven its durability and reliability. You should not have any issues with it at all. You should enjoy having a healthy and beautiful smile with your new crown.

Risks and Complications

Some of the possible risks and complications of dental crowns are:

 - Allergic reaction: Some people may be allergic to the materials used to make the crown, such as metal or porcelain. This can cause itching, swelling, or inflammation of the gums or mouth. If you have a known allergy to any dental materials, inform your dentist before getting a crown. Your dentist may choose a different type of crown for you or prescribe medication to prevent or treat an allergic reaction.
- Anesthetic complications: To place a crown, your dentist will need to numb the tooth and the surrounding area with a local anesthetic. This can cause some side effects, such as numbness, tingling, or pain in the mouth, lips, tongue, or face. In rare cases, an allergic reaction or nerve or blood vessel injury may occur due to the anesthetic injection. These complications are usually mild and temporary, but if they persist or worsen, contact your dentist or doctor immediately.
- Chipped or loosened crown: A dental crown may chip or loosen over time due to wear and tear, biting on hard objects, grinding or clenching your teeth, or trauma to the mouth. A chipped or loosened crown can expose the underlying tooth to bacteria and decay, cause sensitivity or pain, or affect your bite and speech. If your crown chips or loosens, do not try to fix it yourself. See your dentist as soon as possible to have it repaired or replaced.
- Infection in the tooth: A dental crown covers the entire visible part of the tooth, but it does not prevent infection in the tooth pulp (the soft tissue inside the tooth that contains nerves and blood vessels). If the tooth pulp is damaged by decay or trauma before or after placing the crown, it can become infected and inflamed. This can cause severe pain, swelling, fever, or pus formation in the tooth or gums. If you have signs of infection in your tooth, see your dentist right away. You may need a root canal treatment to remove the infected pulp and save the tooth.
- Injury to the mouth: Placing a dental crown involves filing down the natural tooth to make room for the crown. This can cause some discomfort, bleeding, or soreness in the tooth or gums during or after the procedure. These symptoms are usually mild and subside within a few days with proper care and medication. However, in some cases, filing down the tooth may damage the enamel (the hard outer layer of the tooth), dentin (the layer under the enamel), or pulp (the layer under the dentin). This can increase the risk of infection, sensitivity, or fracture of the tooth. If you experience severe pain, bleeding, swelling, or pus formation in your mouth after getting a crown, contact your dentist immediately.
- Loss of crown: A dental crown is cemented onto the natural tooth with a strong adhesive. However, sometimes the crown may fall out due to poor fit, weak cement, decay of the underlying tooth, trauma to the mouth, or eating sticky foods. If you lose your crown, do not panic. Keep it in a safe place and call your dentist as soon as possible. Your dentist may be able to re-cement it onto your tooth if it is still intact and there is no damage to the underlying tooth. If not, you may need a new crown.
- Sensitivity to heat and cold: A dental crown may cause some sensitivity to hot and cold foods and drinks in the affected tooth. This is because the crown may not fit perfectly onto the tooth or may transmit temperature changes more easily than natural teeth. Sensitivity usually goes away within a few weeks as your tooth adjusts to the crown. However, if it persists or worsens, it may indicate a problem with the fit of the crown or an infection in the tooth pulp. See your dentist if you have persistent or severe sensitivity in your crowned tooth.

How to minimize risks and complications​

- Choose a qualified and experienced dentist. A skilled dentist will be able to assess your oral health, design a suitable crown for your tooth, and perform the procedure with care and precision. They will also follow infection control protocols and use high-quality materials and equipment.
- Follow your dentist's instructions before and after the procedure. Your dentist may advise you to avoid eating or drinking anything for a few hours before the procedure and to take some painkillers or antibiotics afterward. You should also follow their instructions on how to care for your crown and your oral hygiene, such as brushing, flossing, and rinsing regularly.
- Avoid biting or chewing on hard or sticky foods. These foods can damage your crown or cause it to come loose. You should also avoid grinding or clenching your teeth, as this can put excessive pressure on your crown and the underlying tooth. If you have a habit of grinding or clenching your teeth, you may need to wear a night guard to protect your crown.
- Replace your crown when it wears out or breaks. Dental crowns are designed to last for many years, but they may wear out or break over time due to normal wear and tear, trauma, or poor oral hygiene. If your crown becomes loose, cracked, chipped, discolored, or causes pain or sensitivity, you should see your dentist as soon as possible to have it replaced.

 

Dental crowns can restore the function and appearance of your teeth, but they also require proper care and maintenance. By following these tips, you can minimize the risks and complications of dental crowns and enjoy their benefits for a long time.

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Dental Crowns 
Before and After

Before and after photos of dental crown procedures are a great way to see how this treatment can restore your smile and your confidence. They can show you how dental crowns can fix damaged or decayed teeth and make them look natural and healthy. By looking at these photos, you can see how dental crowns can improve the shape, size, color and alignment of your teeth and create a more harmonious smile. Check out our gallery of before and after photos to see the amazing results that are possible with dental crowns.

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