Dental Crowns

A crown (also known as a “cap”) helps keep what’s left from a damaged tooth and helps to maintain bone health and nerve function.

Crowns are most often used to:

To create the crown, your dentist will take an impression of your bite, shape the tooth that needs the crown, and then take another impression in order to create a well-fitting crown. The crown is created, and then cemented to your tooth.

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