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Dental Crown Charlotte, NC

Do you have a damaged, chipped or broken tooth? A custom dental crown can treat a wide range of cosmetic and restorative dental concerns. A dental crown is a type of dental restoration that covers the tooth and provides support and protection. They act as caps that cover and protect teeth after a root canal. Dentists can use them to address damaged, misshapen, or stained teeth, as well as hold dental bridges in place. Tooth crowns can also cover dental implants.

Made of sturdy porcelain ceramic material, our dental crowns strengthen weak teeth and blend in with your natural teeth. Porcelain is the most common material for crowns because it is strong and looks natural. Each porcelain crown we provide is custom-fit to each patient. We believe that no two patients have the same smile, so we provide personal dental treatment plans that last a lifetime. Restore the structural integrity of your tooth today.

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Dental Crowns Treatment in Charlotte, NC

Dr. Greg Reece will assess your oral health to ensure that a dental crown is the best option for your specific needs. It will take up to two visits to fit and place your dental crown. We must clean, shape, and fit the tooth with a temporary crown before we fabricate and place the custom dental crown.

First, Dr. Reece will take digital impressions of your mouth to get exact measurements. He will send the measurements to a dental lab that will ultimately create the restoration.

Once we receive the new crown, our dental team will call you back in to the office. Next, we will place the new crown on your natural tooth. We will make sure it fits properly and you are comfortable with the result before you leave.

You should still maintain your normal dental routine by brushing and flossing your teeth. Dental crowns may protect teeth, but they can’t prevent tooth decay.

Dental Crown FAQs

How long do dental crowns last?

With proper dental care, dental crowns can last up to 30 years. Follow all instructions given to you by your dentist. Keeping a good routine oral hygiene schedule will guarantee long-lasting repairs.

Is it painful to receive dental crowns?

No. We will use a local anesthetic to numb the area that is receiving the dental crown, so the procedure shouldn’t be painful. You may feel some soreness after the procedure, but this should pass quickly.

Can dental crowns fall out?

Dental crowns can come loose as a result of tooth damage or decay. Dr. Reece will monitor the condition of your crown during routine dental care visits. If you notice any changes in the fit or comfort of your crown or it falls out, contact our Charlotte NC dentist office right away. We will advise you on how to address the problem, or to schedule an emergency appointment.

Am I a candidate for dental crowns?

Broken teeth that still have the tooth root intact can receive dental crowns. Patients with missing teeth may receive dental implants, dentures, or dental bridges. Patients with tooth decay can also receive dental crowns after our dentist clears the infection.

Never assume that you need a specific treatment without consulting with your dentist first. Sometimes we can offer alternative treatments that can better address your issue.

Receive A Dental Crown from Dr. Greg Reece Today

Strengthen your teeth with dental crowns near you in our Charlotte, NC dental office. Call Dentistry of the Queen City at 704-486-8911 today. Dr. Reece and his staff make it their mission to provide high-quality dental care in Charlotte.