Dental Crowns



Sometimes, no matter how great a patient’s oral health is, accidents can happen. Dental trauma or decay that has caused a tooth to become severely damaged could require a crown. As much as it worries our patients having to hear this, there are some positive aspects of receiving these restorations. Our team preserves and protects your natural tooth from sustaining additional damage with dental crowns in North Dallas, TX. Many of our patients who get restorations can continue enjoying using their natural teeth for the rest of their lives. If you believe that you could benefit from one of our custom restorations, don’t hesitate to contact our dental office to schedule a consultation today.


Natural-Looking, Customized Dental Crowns

Long-Lasting Restorations Made From Durable Materials

Experienced Dental Staff

What Are Dental Crowns?

Dental crowns are customized caps made to comfortably fit over the biting surface of damaged teeth to protect and preserve them. They act to repair the shape, size, strength, and overall structure of these teeth so they can remain intact for the rest of your life. They eliminate uncomfortable side-effects of damaged teeth, such as dental sensitivity and oral pain. Although we can make these restorations from a wide variety of materials, we typically suggest all-ceramic or porcelain crowns to our patients. These materials are customized to blend in with the surrounding natural teeth flawlessly.

Why Are Dental Crowns Needed?

Many patients aren't aware that dental crowns are rather versatile restorations that can treat a variety of issues. Some of these problems include: Severe dental decay we can't treat with a simple filling Forced trauma that has caused a tooth to break or fracture To protect a tooth that has just been treated with root canal therapy Replacing a missing tooth by anchoring a bridge to fill the gap

The Process of Getting a Dental Crown

After consulting with your dentist in Dallas about getting a dental bridge, you’ll have all of the information necessary to make an informed decision. If you need additional guidance, our team will be more than happy to help assess all of the benefits of the treatment. Typically, the process of receiving a dental crown in Dallas takes two appoints that can be broken up into the following steps: Preparing your natural tooth to receive the crown Take impressions of your tooth to craft your permanent crown from Apply a temporary crown while your permanent one is being made Call you back in to cement your permanent crown in place If you have any questions about the process or would like to learn more, you can always contact our dental office directly or request an appointment on our website.


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