Dental crowns are a versatile, durable, long-lasting general dentistry solution for damaged, weak teeth.
At Dentistry for Life in Philadelphia dental crowns are used to correct many types of dental problems, improving not only our patients’ smiles, but giving them stable and fully functional teeth.
Once any necessary repairs have been completed on the tooth in question, placing a crown usually takes two visits to your Philadelphia dentist.
During the first appointment, your dentist will prepare your tooth to receive the crown, sanding and shaping as needed. At Dentistry for Life we strive to provide you with the best dental crowns Philadelphia has to offer, that's why the dental crowns are custom-designed in size, shape, and color so they blend in with your other teeth and look like they have always been part of your smile. An impression is taken and a crown is created in the dental lab.
In many cases, a temporary crown is placed to protect the area and so you don’t have to be self-conscious about this blight on your smile. When your crown is ready, it will be permanently bonded to the damaged tooth and tested for comfort, look, and fit. Once this restoration is complete, you will have an amazing-looking tooth that is the right shape and size and blends in with the rest of your smile.
Whether you’re getting a crown to fix a problem tooth or cover up an ugly tooth, the result is the same – a strong, natural-looking dental restoration. Here are just some of the reasons your Philadelphia dentist will recommend a dental crown for a damaged or problematic tooth:
Dental crowns have many uses, and they are a long-lasting, reliable solution that completes smiles, makes it easier to bite and chew, and renews your confidence. Whether repair, restoration, or protection is called for, a crown covers up what’s wrong with your tooth and protects neighboring teeth from developing their own problems.
There are several types of materials used to make a dental tooth crown. Variables like the condition of your tooth, your dentist’s preferred materials, any metal allergies, budget, and smile goals are taken into consideration when settling on the best dental crown for your problem. Common types of tooth crowns include:
If a tooth is unsightly or is causing you pain or discomfort, it’s time to get it fixed. Dental crowns are a viable and reliable option for so many of our Philadelphia dental patients. Covering up the problem tooth after it’s been treated is the best way to repair your smile and keep it strong and healthy. Contact us at Dentistry for Life in Philadelphia to schedule your appointment to talk about whether a crown is right for you.
Philadelphia dentist offers saturday and sunday appointments.
Our office is located at 1601 Walnut Street #1217 in Philadelphia. We offer appointments seven days a week to make dental care convenient for you and your schedule: