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What to Expect at a Dental Crown Procedure

Published on September 8th, 2016

There are multiple reasons you may need a dental crown procedure including a weak tooth that needs to be held together, a discolored tooth or you make the decision to get a crown for cosmetic purposes. This is an important distinction because there are different types of crowns that correlate with the reasoning behind you having the procedure done.  At Family Dental Care we can provide a crowns in Lakeview for any of the above situations and will find the best type of crown for your end goal. We want to help and work with you so that you are satisfied and smiling when we finish the procedure showing off your newly done pearly whites.

Types of Crowns

The different types of crowns include ceramic, porcelain, resin and stainless steel. Cosmetic crowns are typically made of porcelain or ceramic; however, the American Dental ASsociation talks about how there are pros and cons for each kind and that it is important to consult with your dentist so they can help you find the best fit for you and your tooth. Family Dental Care provides excellent service with our expert staff we are able to do crowns in Lakeview where major problems in your teeth can be corrected using our techniques. Crowns are a reliable solution for major dental problems caused through accidents, diseases or wear and tear and we want to ensure you are getting the right type that works for you, your end goal appearance wise  and most importantly your tooth.

The Procedure

The crown procedure takes two separate trips to the dentist. During your first appointment, your dentist will examine the tooth in question to make sure that i can support a crown. Next, they will start to file it down to prepare to set the crown in. However, if the tooth is severely damaged, broken or cracked, your dentist might need to fill the tooth in to ensure that it is big enough to receive the crown as opposed to rejecting it or making the tooth worse because it cannot handle it. Then the dentist will take an impression of your tooth once it is filed or filled properly, as well as your surrounding teeth, and the impression will be used to make the permanent crown. At the end of the first visit your tooth will have a temporary crown that protects it until the real crown is ready to be placed.

Your second visit occurs when your permanent crown is ready. First, the temporary crown is removed and then your dentist will position and fasten the new crown to your tooth with a special adhesive that brings everything together. Family Dental Care will make sure you are getting the proper treatment for crowns in Lakeview that fit your tooth’s needs and that you will see and feel the benefits including repairing damaged teeth, offering support to misshapen teeth, looks completely natural and improves your overall smile and functional chewing problems.

At Family Dental Care we want to make sure that your treatment goes as smoothly as possible with great results that you and your teeth will be satisfied with. Our expert staff knows how the procedure for crowns in Lakeview works and have done it countless times. We want to ensure that you walk out of our office showing off your beautiful smile and have no major problems in the future with the same tooth or teeth. We are here to help you and only want to make you smile brighter.

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