Dental Crowns

Increased Protection to Improve Structural Integrity

Whether you’re dealing with decayed or damaged teeth as a result of facial trauma or poor oral hygiene, our team at Time to Care Dental Group can recommend a tried-and-true solution that is designed to restore your smile – dental crowns in West Edmonton. Made from highly durable materials, these unique restorations safeguard your vulnerable teeth from future reinfection or damage while strengthening the natural structures. By applying a customized dental crown, you can keep your regular tooth and avoid the possibility of extraction and additional tooth replacement. Call us today to schedule an appointment to find out if you qualify.

What is a Dental Crown?

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Also referred to as a “cap,” dental crowns are designed to cover the entire tooth that is experiencing decay or damage. Working as a protective cover, it prevents external particles and bacteria from reaching the vulnerable area while also strengthen the natural tooth structure. These restorations are primarily made out of traditional amalgam, ceramic, porcelain, and other metals.

Individuals who are experiencing decay that cannot be adequately treated with a dental filling, have experienced serious facial trauma (i.e., cracked or broken tooth), or who recently received a dental implant or underwent a root canal are eligible to receive a dental crown.

After discussing the severity of your problem, we will establish which type of dental crown works best for you based on your budget, aesthetic needs, and overall preference.

The Dental Crown Process

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There is a distinct method used to provide patients with customized dental crowns. The step-by-step process you can expect to undergo includes:

The Benefits of Getting a Dental Crown

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Dental crowns offer an array of benefits to those who want to better protect their teeth from further damage and decay. Untreated teeth can result in worsening oral health problems. Instead, you can take charge of your oral health once and for all and experience the following:

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