What Are Dental Crowns?
Often, individual teeth that have significant tooth decay or damage need a crown to strengthen the area. Our state-of-the-art office proudly provides these dental restorations to help protect and cover the visible portion of a damaged tooth while creating a more natural shape and size. Dental crowns are custom-made to blend evenly with the surrounding teeth, and we may use them to treat fractured teeth, dental cavities, odd-shaped teeth, or other types of damage. For patients with missing teeth, dental restorations can also help connect a bridge or dental implants. Schedule a treatment consultation with our team at Dental@888 to find out if a custom-made crown can improve the health and aesthetic of your smile.
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"My experience here was really amazing. Dr. Kussick and his assistants are very very nice and professional. I did teeth cleaning, crowns, removing my bad wisdom teeth here. Every time I had a good experience, Dr. Kussick and his assistants encouraged me and helped me relax. The surgeries were painless and I didn’t feel uncomfortable. Highly recommend"- V.W. / Google / Sep 08, 2021
What Are the Benefits of Dental Crowns?
At Dental@888, we understand the embarrassment and dysfunction of losing or damaged teeth. We offer dental crowns as an effective and safe solution to fix a broken tooth. Placing a crown on a tooth offers several advantages, including:
- Improved smile appearance
- Can cover discolored or yellow teeth
- Long-lasting results that you can enjoy for several years
- A straightforward, customized procedure that involves little to no recovery time
- Restored strength and functionality of a cracked tooth
- Greater comfort and simplicity of speaking, eating, and smiling
How Do Dental Crowns Work?
Generally, the crown process takes place over two phases. During your initial visit, one of our qualified dental experts will numb your tooth and gums and might incorporate sedation dentistry services to improve your comfort level if you desire. After removing the affected area, we make an impression of the treated tooth to send to a dental laboratory, which creates your personalized crown. While we develop your permanent crown, patients wear a temporary one on the tooth to maintain function and a natural-looking appearance. You should return to Dental@888 in about 7 – 14 days afterward to have the temporary dental restoration taken off and your new crown adhered to your tooth or dental implant.
Dental Crowns FAQ
How long do dental crowns last?
A dental crown can last up to a decade or more when you maintain your dental cleaning appointments and brush and floss twice daily. If any damage occurs, it is usually treated the same way as a regular tooth.
When can I eat after a dental crown placement?
Waiting one hour or more after your appointment is ideal. This gives the crown time to settle without any disturbance. If you need dental crowns in Seattle, WA, reach out to our dental team to schedule an appointment.
How long does it take for a dental cap to settle?
It's common for your cap to feel bulky following the procedure. But they should settle within two weeks. If you still experience any discomfort after two weeks, schedule a follow-up so we can find the issues and decide what works best for you.
Natural-Looking Dental Crowns
We can treat tooth decay, damaged teeth, and other complications with a custom crown from our Seattle, WA office. This type of dental restoration can reduce more complex issues while providing ideal function and improving appearance. Please contact Dental@888 to schedule a consultation with our dental practitioners and determine if a crown or another restorative solution is right for your needs.
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