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Dental Crowns


Rendering of a jaw with a dental crown from Singing River Dentistry.Dental crowns can be used to restore the shape, size, and appearance of a tooth and here at Singing River Dentistry we’ve got you covered when it comes to dental crowns. Most people get dental crowns to protect and strengthen a weak tooth or to hold a broken tooth together. Our dental specialists examine the state of your tooth and then recommend the most suitable dental crown. The procedure is performed in-office, and usually takes two sessions to complete. Dental crowns are an effective restorative dental procedure and they can help you have a bright smile and strengthen your natural teeth.

Should I Get a Dental Crown?


There are many instances when a dental crown is necessary, and once the crown is installed in your teeth, it helps you regain the normal functioning of your tooth. The following are some of the instances where dental crowns are critical.

Cavities


Dental plaque and tartar produce bacteria, and the bacteria cause tooth decay. As the tooth decay spreads, it damages the structure of your natural tooth, causing cavities. Dental crowns may be used to remedy cavities.

Missing Tooth


If you have a missing tooth, chances are it bothers you. Replacing a missing tooth not only improves your smile but also enhances your oral health. A dental bridge is one of the restorative procedures you may undergo to replace your missing tooth. A dental crown may be used along with a dental bridge to mimic the appearance of a natural tooth.

Dental Implants


A dental implant may be used along with a dental crown to simulate a normal tooth; it’s a restorative dental procedure typically done after a tooth extraction or root canal treatment.

Cosmetic Reasons


If you have a discolored or badly shaped tooth, you may correct this problem by installing a dental crown on your tooth.

Types of Dental Crowns


Our dental specialists usually put a temporary dental crown on your tooth as your permanent dental crown gets fabricated. Dental crowns are made of different materials. The following are some of the types of dental crowns:

Metals


They are made of a combination of metals, and they are the most resistant to wear and tear. The only downside is that they are conspicuous, which makes them ideal for back tooth restoration procedures.

Porcelain and Metal


These dental crowns not only have an identical structure to a natural tooth, but they can be easily shaded to take on the color of your tooth.

Resin


They are not as durable as porcelain or metal dental crowns, but they tend to be amazingly identical to a natural tooth.

Ceramic


They make for excellent dental crowns because of their structural and color match. Also, they are the best option for people with metal allergies.

The Procedure of Getting a Dental Crown


The first appointment involves examining the state of your tooth. Our dental specialists typically take radiographs of your tooth to examine the roots and surrounding bones. If the tooth has severe decay, or if the pulp is inflamed, a root canal treatment may first be performed. Anesthesia is administered to make your tooth numb and then a small portion of your enamel is removed to create room for the dental crown. An impression of your tooth is taken and sent to the laboratory while you receive a temporary dental crown. On the second appointment, the permanent dental crown is installed on your tooth. A dental crown may be used to restore the normal functioning of your tooth in several instances.

Schedule an Appointment


Visit us at Singing River Dentistry for quality dental crowns. You can contact us through (256) 712-2240.
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