Metal or Porcelain-Metal:

After your tooth or dental implant has been prepared and shaped for a crown:

  • A material is used on the prepared teeth. Your crown will be fabricated for a precise fit based on this impression.
  • You will be given a with a temporary crown to protect your implant and gums until your permanent crown has been fabricated.
  • During a second office visit, you will fit your permanent crown and bond it to your tooth.

Porcelain Crown:

If you choose to do porcelain crown a lot of treatment methods are available:

  • CEREC® CAD/CAM: with one visit, you will have a completed porcelain crown. 
  •  During your first office visit, CEREC®CAD/CAM technology is used to create your crown. Then you will be fitted with a temporary crown to protect your gum and tooth or dental implant. In the second visit, your crown will be permanently bonded.

A crown may be prescribed by your Dentist to:

  • Fix a tooth that is worn, decayed, cracked, or broken
  • Protect a tooth after a very large treatment
  • Work over dental implants
  • Hold bridge device in place
  • Make your smile spark by covering discolored tooth.

A dental crown restores a tooth's shape, size, and strength. It encases the visible part of your tooth . Once it in place, only a Dentist can remove it.

With good care and oral hygiene, the life of a crown can be from 5 to 15 years.

If a natural tooth-colored porcelain crown is chosen, our treatment gives patients a completed permanent crown in just one office visit.

After the examination of your teeth, gums and supporting bone structure, your Dentist will to to you about treatment with you . If you descide on dental filling, your Dentist will:

  • Apply anesthetic to the directed area of your mouth
  • Use a hand-held equipment to get your tooth ready by removing damaged tooth surface
  • Clean the prepared tooth to remove bacteria
  • Seperate the tooth using a  protective sheet called to keep it clean and saliva free
  • Choose the dental filling tools based on the tooth placement
  • Apply filling material to the destined area and shape it to match the look and feel of a normal tooth
  • Use a special hand-held light to the filling material to harden the surface of your tooth