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Porcelain Dental Crowns

porcelain dental crownsEach of your teeth can be divided into two parts: the crown and the root. The root is the part that anchors the tooth into the jaw while the crown extends above the gum line and enables you to bite, chew, and talk. If this crown becomes damaged, you may need to restore it with a dental crown. Our Agoura Hills dental crowns expert can help you weigh your options.

Candidates for porcelain crowns include patients with infected teeth, severely decayed teeth, teeth that have been cracked or fractured, teeth that are broken, or teeth that are misshapen or otherwise compromised. Our expert in dental crowns in Agoura Hills will begin by planning your treatment and preparing the tooth.

Porcelain Dental Crowns Agoura Hills

The preparation process can vary based on several factors. If your tooth is infected or abscessed, it will need to undergo a root canal treatment first. A post may need to be placed or the tooth stabilized before the crown can be placed. The tooth itself will also need to be shaped so that the crown can be placed on the tooth comfortably. This is done under local anesthesia. Our Agoura Hills porcelain crowns expert will take a dental impression or digital scan to mold the new crown and note the color of your teeth so that a precise match can be made. An acrylic or composite resin crown will be placed over your tooth as a temporary restoration to protect the prepared structure.

Your final crown may take one to two weeks, and when it is ready, you will return to have it cemented into place. Our expert in porcelain crowns in Agoura Hills will remove the temporary crown. The permanent crown is placed on the tooth and adjusted for fit, bite, and comfort before being cemented into place.

Once your permanent crown has been bonded to your tooth, it can protect the tooth for up to 20 years. You will need to continue to clean and care for it to protect it from damage and prevent decay in the underlying tooth. Give us a call today to learn more or to schedule your appointment with our Agoura Hills cosmetic dentist.


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