Teeth that have lost size or shape, teeth that have advanced tooth decay,broken teeth, or teeth that have undergone root canal or extraction treatment often need dental crowns. For those in the Glendale AZ area, Dental Solutions provides high-quality dental crown services.
Why are crowns placed?
Crowns are placed for patients who have decayed, broken, or cracked teeth to restore function, form, and aesthetic quality. Crowns often take the place of large filings, which are prone to failure and must be placed to protect teeth that have received root canal treatment from fractures.
Crowns should only be placed by qualified and certified dentists. When looking for proper dental crown care, be sure to ask for the training and years of experience of those on staff. At Dental Solutions, we provide all of our Glendale dentists with additional continuing education training and specialist training to ensure that our patients receive an effortless, stress-free, successful dental crown / dental cap experience.
What is the difference between dental crown materials?
Dental crowns come in porcelain, metal allow, and a combination of dental ceramic and metal alloy. There are benefits and disadvantages to each of these materials and our Dental Solutions dentists work with patients to determine the perfect material to fit their individual needs.
How are crowns placed in my mouth?
First, we will schedule an appointment to take diagnostic models of your tooth. This helps us prepare for the construction of the final crown. Next, we will schedule a follow-up appointment where we will remove the temporary crown we had placed and attach the new custom crown. Your crown will now be in place permanently.
Utilizing our Glendale dental clinic dentists and our Glendale dental clinic procedures will ensure that your new dental crowns / dental caps are created and placed correctly by certified professional dentists.
At Dental Solutions, we pride ourselves on the satisfaction of our patient base. We know how important healthy, clean, and functional teeth are. In our hands, you can rest assured that your smile is safe.