Dental Crown Services: Restore Your Damaged Teeth

Get your gorgeous smile back with our dental crowns procedure.

North Orange Family Dentistry

What is a Dental Crown?

Dental crowns are tooth-like caps that are placed over a damaged tooth, restoring its shape and improving its appearance. They can also connect crowns to an implant in the event you lose a permanent tooth. Crowns are unique since they’re specifically customized to match the shape, color, and size of your other teeth.

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Restore Your Smile and Confidence with Dental Crowns

Do you have a decayed, broken, or chipped tooth? Chipped, broken, and decayed teeth can affect your confident smile.

As a result, you may try to hide your smile whenever you are in social situations. What’s more, these issues can negatively affect your overall dental health.

Luckily, you can get back your smile by getting dental crowns from North Orange Family Dentistry. Our dental crown placement will help repair your teeth, creating a beautiful and confident smile.

Benefits of Getting Dental Crowns

Saves a Damaged Tooth

Tooth decay, trauma, and stress can lead to possible tooth extraction. To save your tooth, our dentist may use a dental crown.

Protects a Dead Tooth

When you have an irreversible tooth pulp infection, our dentist may have to remove the infected pulp through a root canal. After performing the root canal, they can restore your tooth with a dental crown if needed.

Simple Procedure

As a restorative dental treatment, dental crowns are minimally invasive. In most cases, all our dentist has to do is clean the enamel and cast the crown. Learn more about the procedure here.

Aesthetic Upgrade

Dental crowns are also beneficial for cosmetic purposes. You can use them to correct aesthetic issues like chipped or stained teeth.

How Our Process Works

Step 1: Consultation

Our dentist will evaluate you to determine if you are a suitable candidate for dental crowns. If so, an impression of your tooth will be sent to the lab to make the exact model for your crown.

Step 2: Tooth Preparation

We’ll anesthetize the tooth and the gum tissue before we start reshaping the tooth that receives the crown. If the damage to the tooth was too bad, we’ll clean your enamel, removing any decay.

Step 3: Crown Placement

When the crown is ready, our dentist will place the crown in your mouth and cement it in place.

Step 4: Post-Care

After getting dental crowns, you should continue to follow good dental hygiene practices like brushing and flossing.

Why Choose Us?

Qualified Dentist

Dr. Kyle Bogan is not only expertly trained but also highly awarded. He is a Fellow in the International College of Dentists (FICD)—a prominent honor given to less than 3% of dentists worldwide.

Quality Care and Commitment

Using innovative equipment and technique, we ensure our patients receive a 5-star experience at our clinic.

Personalized Dental Services

Our team will ensure to customize your dental crowns treatment depending on your needs.

Consult Our Professional Dentist for Dental Crown Treatment

Need dental crowns for chipped, broken, decayed, or stained teeth? Look no further than North Orange Family Dentistry. Our dental crown services will help you restore your self-confidence.

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Dental Crowns FAQs

We understand that dentistry can be confusing. We are here to help you with any questions or concerns you might have. Check out these common questions or call us for more information.

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Is There Any Downtime After I Get a Dental Crown?

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No. You can go back to your normal routine as soon as possible.

Does Getting a Crown Hurt?

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No, most people do not experience pain when getting dental crowns. Our dentist will numb the area to ensure you are comfortable during the procedure.

How Long Will a Dental Crown Last?

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For most people, dental crowns last up to 20+ years with proper care.

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