Dental Crowns at Rosas Family Dentistry , Houston,TX

Decay and trauma can take a toll on your smile. If you are faced with damaged teeth, it is essential not to delay treatment. Instead, come to Rosas Family Dentistry for a quick remedy. Our dentist in Houston, TX, uses the most advanced dental restorations and techniques to help protect and strengthen weakened teeth. High-quality crowns safeguard teeth from further damage or infection. As a result, you can regain confidence and the desire to smile freely. Let us fix any flaws and give you back your beautiful teeth. Call Rosas Family Dentistry today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Rosas!

What is a Crown Restoration?

A tooth crown is a cap that is custom made to fit perfectly over a natural tooth. This type of restorative dental work mimics the original tooth structure. Once in place, a crown fully restores impaired smiles. If you want to avoid metal materials, no worries! Rosas Family Dentistry provides natural-looking all-ceramic crowns. Dr. Rosas may recommend a dental crown to restore a missing, weakened, or damaged tooth. Crown restorations can also be used in combination with implants, bridges, and root canal treatment.

What Issues Can a Tooth Crown Repair?

Several problems can be fixed with a dental crown, such as:

  1. Severe decay that cannot be treated effectively with a dental filling
  2. Severe tooth damage or mouth injury
  3. A weakened tooth in need of support after injury or root canal therapy
  4. Tooth replacement with a dental implant

What is the Dental Crown Procedure?

Two visits to our Houston, TX, dental office are needed to complete the crown process. At the first appointment, you receive a thorough exam to determine if the affected tooth can support the restoration. Also, any decay will be removed, and then the tooth will be filled and prepared for placement of the crown.

Next, we will take an impression that is sent to an outside lab. Here your dental crown will be custom-crafted to match the color, size, and shape of your natural tooth. In the meantime, you will receive a temporary crown that will remain in place until the permanent restoration is finished.

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