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Custom Dental Crowns at Our Plano, TX, Practice

Patients of our Plano, TX, dental office may suffer issues with their teeth that require special restorations known as dental crowns. When a cavity has caused too much damage to a tooth for a filling to resolve, Legacy West Dental can save it after removing the affected tissue. Dental crowns are custom-made restorations that completely cover prepared teeth to restore their function and appearance. We use them to cover teeth after certain procedures or for cosmetic purposes. Our dental professionals make sure you stay as comfortable as possible during every step of this treatment, and we always aim for your total satisfaction with the results.

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Facts About Dental Crowns

Dental crowns offer a durable biting surface and restored appearance for teeth that have suffered damage from decay or trauma, undergone root canal therapy, or have aesthetic issues. We custom-create crowns to look like your natural teeth so that they blend in with the rest of your mouth. The process for placing a dental crown takes at least two visits, and we’ve summarized the steps for your convenience:

Step 1

After numbing the tooth and surrounding gum tissue with an anesthetic, we remove the tooth’s outer surface on the sides and top to create room for the crown. If there isn’t enough tissue to support the crown, we may create a foundation for it with a crown buildup.

Step 2

We make an impression of the prepared tooth that the dental lab uses as a model to create the dental crown. It typically takes two to three weeks to create a dental crown. During that time, the dentist will cover your exposed tooth with a temporary crown to protect it.

Step 3

When the new crown arrives, we bring you in for a second appointment. We remove the temporary crown and make adjustments to the permanent crown to ensure it provides a proper fit and bite. We then use a special cement to attach the crown to your tooth. After the cement cures, your new crown is firmly attached and ready for use.

Step 4

With a new dental crown, your tooth’s appearance and function are restored, and you can chew, speak, and smile without any worry. Caring for your crown is the same as caring for your natural teeth. Make sure you brush and floss regularly, as well as attend your routine dental visits. Don’t bite or chew on any hard foods or objects, as you may damage the crown and your natural teeth.

Find a Professional Solution for Your Dental Issues

Legacy West Dental uses up-to-date equipment and techniques for every treatment option, including dental crowns. We ensure your dental issues get resolved with your comfort and long-term oral health and appearance as our top priorities. When you need professional dental care from a friendly and knowledgeable team in Plano, TX, remember Legacy West Dental is here for you.

For more information about our practice or to schedule a consultation with Dr. Davis or Dr. Critz, call our office today. We look forward to meeting you!

Plano: 469-530-4168 Schedule Now

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