Dental One Associates of Kennesaw
2616 George Busbee Parkway NW, Kennesaw, GA 30144

Tooth Crowns in Kennesaw

If you have a large cavity or a broken tooth, you may be a candidate for a dental crown. The appliance can restore the size, contour and strength of your teeth.

What Is a Dental Crown?

Dental crowns are fixed prosthetic devices that are cemented permanently to existing teeth or implants. Featuring a tooth-like shape, crowns are also known as dental caps. They are designed to entirely cover a damaged tooth or an implant down to the gum line. A tooth crown can protect a weak tooth from fracturing, restore a tooth that has already fractured and cover a tooth that has had a root canal. A tooth cap is used to replace a large filling when there is insufficient tooth structure remaining. Tooth crowns are also used to attach a bridge.

Dentists Who Offer Crowns

Similar to cleanings, filling and root canals, crowns are considered a routine dental service. As a result, you can visit a family or general dentist for your crowns. There is no need to see an oral specialist. You can schedule an appointment with our office if you believe that you need to obtain a tooth crown in Kennesaw.

Types of Dental Crowns

Crowns for teeth can be made from a variety of hypoallergenic materials. The dentist can help you can select the type that best fits your lifestyle and needs.

Ceramic crowns, also known as porcelain crowns, blend more easily with the color of your natural teeth. A durable, wear-resistant material, porcelain is popular for use as a front tooth crown.

Metal alloy crowns are made from gold, copper, silver and other malleable materials. These resilient crowns are often used for rear teeth for aesthetic reasons.

Porcelain-fused-to-metal (PFM) crowns consist of a ceramic veneer secured to a metal substructure, providing a better bond. Along with more strength, the secure seal helps prevent the risk of tooth decay.

What is the Process for Getting Crowns?

A dental crown procedure typically takes at least two office visits. During the initial appointment, the dentist will evaluate your tooth to ensure that it can support a crown. An impression will be made of your teeth and a temporary crown will be placed. When the permanent crown is ready, you will return for a follow-up appointment so the dentist can make adjustments to ensure a secure, comfortable fit.

What Does a Dental Crown Cost?

The cost of dental crowns is dependent upon a number of factors, including the type of materials that you choose. A ceramic crown costs more than appliances consisting of alloys that can include a mixture of precious, semi-precious and non-precious metals. If you would like more information, contact our office to schedule a consultation.

How Do I Care for Crowns?

Whether it is a porcelain or gold crown tooth, a dental cap can last many years with proper care that includes brushing twice a day and flossing between your teeth. You will also need regular cleanings and dental checkups. Contact our office for all your oral care needs.

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