Dental Crowns in Naples

It’s time to give your teeth the royal treatment. Fortify their natural roots by restoring their form and function with durable dental crowns.

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What Are Dental Crowns?

You're at high risk for further breakage if you have damaged, decayed, or weak teeth. It's important to protect your teeth from chewing forces with another layer of protection. Dental crowns offer this layer of protection as a durable cap. 

This cap can be fabricated from various materials, including porcelain, zirconia, metal, or porcelain-fused-to-metal. Tooth-colored crowns can cover up aesthetic imperfections, while strong, durable crowns can be placed in damaged or vulnerable rear molars to prevent damage and hold severely broken teeth together. 

Crowns improve the aesthetics of your teeth, keep broken teeth intact, and prevent the need for extraction. Crowns also complete restorations in dental implants and anchor dental bridges. Contact us at Suncoast Dental Center today to schedule a consultation.

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Lab-made crowns last for 10 to 15 years.

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Benefits of Dental Crowns

Keep Your Roots

Dental crowns protect and support teeth that have been damaged by trauma or decay.

lends Seamlessly With Your Smile

Dental crowns are custom-crafted and color-matched to blend in with the rest of your smile.

Extremely Durable

With proper at-home hygiene and regular check-ups, a crown can last for 15 years or even longer.

The Dental Crown Placement Process

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Dr. Lowell will examine your tooth and take digital scans to look for signs of breakage or tooth decay to determine if a crown is right for you. Active tooth decay will need to be removed.

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After administering numbing agents, we will remove a layer of enamel from your tooth to create enough space for the crown.

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After trimming your teeth, impressions will be taken and sent to the dental lab in charge of fabricating your crowns. A temporary crown will be bonded to your tooth while you wait.

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Using impressions of your teeth as a model for your crown and a shade guide to match the shade to your natural teeth, the lab technician will design and create a customized dental crown that will fit right over your tooth and blend in with your smile.

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Dental Cement

After we remove the temporary crown and check the fit and appearance of the permanent crown, we will bond it to your tooth with dental cement.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Caring for a dental crown doesn't have to be difficult, but it does take exercising precautions. Practice good oral hygiene to keep your tooth underneath the crown healthy. Brush twice a day and floss once a day to prevent tooth decay from forming. 

You should go to your Naples dentist every six months for a cleaning, where they will also check on the condition of your crown. If you grind your teeth, you should wear a mouthguard to prevent damaging your crown. 

Other sources of wear and tear include:

  • Eating hard and sticky foods.
  • Using your teeth to open things.
  • Chewing on your nails.

Avoid these habits to keep your crowns intact for many years. Avoid smoking and limit your consumption of staining foods and drinks to prevent discoloration. Dental crowns don't respond to teeth whitening treatments. The only way to correct discoloration in crowns is to replace them.

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