Dental Crowns

Dental Crowns in Fall River, MA

Revive your natural, beautiful smile at Admire Dental. Dental crowns or dental caps help restore a tooth that’s either damaged or destroyed. If a filling can’t fix a tooth, the dentist may recommend a crown to give you the best possible smile. The dentist will place a permanent covering to seamlessly fit over a compromised tooth and protect it from further decay. Our best dentist will craft your custom crown to match the appearance and color of your original tooth.

The dentist will determine if a dental crown is right for you during your initial consultation. Common reasons why our dentists may recommend a dental crown could be to:

Protect a tooth following root canal treatment
Restore a decayed tooth
Repair a tooth after it has sustained damage due to injury
Improve a misshapen tooth
Anchor and attach a dental bridge
Strengthen a week, cracked, or fractured tooth
Support a tooth with a large filling
Cover and complete a dental implant
Enhance the appearance of your smile

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What Can You Expect?

In most cases, dental crowns will require two appointments with the dentist to complete. On your first visit, the dentist will take impressions of your mouth and prepare your tooth to receive the dental crown. At the second appointment, the dentist will ensure a perfect fit and bond the crown into place.

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Frequently Asked Questions?

What is a dental crown?

A dental crown, a tooth-shaped “cap”, is used to cover a tooth. It is meant to protect the tooth from further damage, increase its strength and enhance appearance. When cemented in place, crowns completely encase all visible portions of a tooth above and below the gum line. They are typically made from either ceramic, porcelain, stainless steel, or an alloy (including gold).

How long can dental crowns last before they wear out?

Dental crowns can last anywhere from 5 to 15 years. The lifespan of a dental crown depends on how much “wear and tear” the crown is exposed to and how well you maintain good oral hygiene habits. You should also avoid habits like grinding or clenching teeth, biting your nails, chewing ice, chewing gum, and so on with your teeth in order to increase the lifespan of your crowns.

Is it necessary to take special care of a crown tooth?

Although a crown does not need to be taken extra care of, a crowned tooth does not protect the underlying tooth from decay or gum diseases. Therefore, keep up good oral hygiene habits, such as brushing twice daily and flossing once per day, especially around the crown where the gum meets the teeth.

Make sure to come in for your regular dental check-ups twice a year. If there is a need to treat the tooth inside the crown, the dentist can just drill through it and fill it in when the work is done. You really don’t need to worry about doing anything special for your crown.

Why are dental crowns recommended by dentists?

If you have a cracked, broken, uneven, or weakened tooth due to extreme bacteria or decay, then our dentist in Fall River recommends dental crowns.