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A broken tooth can be both painful and pose a risk to the rest of your mouth. A damaged tooth can become infected and may put stress on surrounding teeth because of the inability to chew with it. Crowns are built around the remaining healthy tooth structure to improve the function of the area. The crown both strengthens the tooth and improves the appearance of your smile!
Chipped or cracked teeth as well as teeth that have large dental fillings are all candidates for dental crowns. Your dentist will take impressions of your teeth to ensure a perfect fit for a durable and effective treatment.
Most of our treatments are covered by popular insurance plans. Give us a call with your insurance details and we’ll help you determine your coverage. After your treatment, we collect payment from you and will help you submit your insurance claim.
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All of our treatments are priced competitively and we offer our own in-house dental plans to ensure you can maintain excellent oral health in a cost-effective manner.
We’ve also partnered with Cherry as a buy now, pay-later financing approach.
A dental crown is a dental restoration that completely encircles a tooth. They’re also known as dental caps – that is, they fit over a damaged or decayed tooth by completely ‘capping’ it.
At Pearl Dental Studio we offer top-of-the-line services that ensure a long-lasting, and painless dental procedure with tremendous results. Our team of highly qualified dentists will guide you throughout the process – you are a part of the team and we’re happy to help you get the best results.
You might need dental crown treatment for a variety of reasons, some of which include:
A crown restoration is an invasive procedure, but only minimally invasive. That is, in order for a crown restoration to fit snugly on a tooth surface, your dentist has to prep the damaged or decayed tooth by reducing tooth structure to receive the restoration.
After preparing/reducing the tooth, a mold is taken to send to the laboratory to make your final crown. For an interim period of time, you will receive a temporary crown.
Once the permanent crown is back from the laboratory, the temporary crown is removed and the permanent crown is cemented.
Think of it like two pieces of a puzzle that go together – one piece (the tooth) is contoured to receive the other piece (the crown).
From start-to-finish dental crown treatments are typically conducted over two appointments.
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