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CROWNS

While most cavity injuries can be repaired by removing the decay and applying a filling, sometimes damage to the tooth requires a crown for restoration. If a tooth is severely damaged or cavities are in a location where a crown is indicated, a crown can be used to cover the entire surface of the tooth to restore it.

Natural-colored materials can be used to manufacture a crown, which can then be placed on the remaining base of the original tooth. Once the crown is cemented in place, it will prevent bacteria from accessing the inside of the tooth and causing further decay.

Crowns are an excellent option when:

  • A tooth is severely fractured near the gum line.

  • A tooth has cavities over a large part of its surface.

  • A tooth is undergoing nerve treatment.

  • A tooth has multi-surface cavities.

  • A patient has numerous interproximal lesions in primary teeth.

If your child needs a crown, we can restore their smile with a natural-looking one that will restore their bite and look like the original tooth.

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