in Everett, WA
Madison Street Dental Clinic is proud to offer quality dental crowns to restore damaged, weak, or missing teeth. We are committed to utilizing groundbreaking technology and techniques to deliver precise and durable restorations. You'll enjoy improved dental health and will smile with confidence once again!
What Are Dental Crowns and What Are Their Uses?
Dental crowns are tooth-shaped restorations that fully encase the visible parts of damaged teeth. Our custom crowns are designed to protect teeth weakened by deep decay or ones that have undergone root canal therapy. They can also hold together broken or cracked teeth, repair the length and appearance of worn teeth, or restore missing teeth by covering dental implants or supporting dental bridges or dentures. Dental crowns can correct misaligned bites and alleviate the discomfort associated with temporomandibular joint (TMJ) disorder.
We sometimes use dental crowns for cosmetic dentistry purposes. For example, a crown can improve the form and appearance of a misshapen tooth or a stained and discolored tooth that does not respond to whitening. A dental crown fully restores a tooth's strength, form, and function.
Dental crowns come in various materials, including metal, resin, zirconium, ceramic, porcelain, or porcelain-fused-to-metal. However, zirconium crowns continue to gain in popularity because of their incredibly natural-looking and feeling results. Talk to your trusted team at Madison Street Dental Clinic to determine the best restorative or aesthetic solution for your smile.
What Is the Dental Crown Placement Procedure?
The design and placement process of a dental crown will depend, in part, on the material you choose for your restoration. Most crowns require two separate office visits. Implant crowns, on the other hand, will require more time, as we need to place dental implants before fitting you with your final restoration.
The typical procedure for a dental crown involves examining the affected tooth and preparing it. We will carefully remove any damaged or decayed parts before reshaping the tooth to accommodate your restoration. We will take impressions of the tooth, which our dental laboratory will use to fabricate your crown. During a follow-up appointment, we will place your new, natural-looking restoration.
How Should You Care for Your Restored Teeth?
Make sure to brush and floss regularly to keep your smile healthy and free of decay or gum disease. Refrain from clenching, grinding, or biting down on hard foods or objects to avoid damaging your teeth and your restorations. Don't forget to schedule your dental exams and cleanings twice a year at Madison Street Dental Clinic to allow us to monitor your oral health and your restorations. With proper care, your dental crowns will continue to enhance your smile for many years to come!
Dental Crowns Near Me
Contact Madison Street Dental Clinic in Everett, WA, to learn more about our quality, aesthetic dental crowns. With our advanced technology options and our team's skill and experience, you can expect quality, durable restorations. Are you ready to restore your healthy, confident smile?
Call us and schedule your appointment today!