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Dental Crowns

Crowns from our Barrie dental clinic can be a great option for restoring damaged or decayed teeth and providing long-lasting protection.

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Dental Crowns, Barrie Dentist

Strengthening Your Smile

Having a healthy, attractive smile can boost self-esteem and overall confidence. Unfortunately, many people struggle with dental issues that affect the appearance of their teeth, such as cracks, large chips or damage caused by extensive decay.

With dental crowns, your dentist can fortify the structure of damaged teeth and mask staining, helping to provide patients with a smile that looks healthy and natural. 

These versatile dental restorations can also be used to anchor a dental bridge in place or top a dental implant to provide a permanent solution to missing teeth.

Dental crowns are custom-made caps that are placed over a damaged or discoloured tooth to restore its shape, size and colour. They are designed to blend in with your natural teeth to give you a healthier-looking smile.

Contact Big Bay Point Dentistry today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how dental crowns might be right for you.

How Dental Crowns Work

When a tooth experiences so much damage, decay or discolouration that large portions of it must be removed, your dentist may use a dental crown to restore it.

Your dentist may also recommend a dental crown to restore a tooth after another dental procedure, like a root canal. Dental crowns may also be used to attach bridges, to cover dental implants and for cosmetic reasons.

Dental crowns are typically made from materials like porcelain, metal or a combination of both. The crown is custom-made to fit over the remaining portion of the tooth, providing strength, protection, and a natural, healthy-looking smile.

The Dental Crown Procedure

  1. Consultation: During your consultation, the dentist will perform a thorough examination of your teeth and overall oral health. Based on the findings from the examination your dentist will propose suitable treatments to meet your needs.
  2. Preparation: If a dental crown is a part of your treatment plan, the dentist will then take impressions of the tooth you are looking to restore. This data will be used to create a custom-made dental crown.
  3. Placing the Crown: The dentist will place a temporary dental crown while your new crown is being made. When your crown is ready (usually in 1-2 weeks), we’ll contact you to come in so we can place your permanent crown.

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