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A crown (or cap) is a covering that encases the entire tooth surface, restoring it to its original shape and size. A crown protects and strengthens tooth structure that cannot be restored with fillings or other types of restorations.

There are several different kinds of crowns. The most popular type of crowns are porcelain crowns, because they most resemble your natural teeth. Durable and strong, crowns are expected to last many years, but, like most dental restorations, a crown may eventually need replacement (especially when maltreatment of a crown has taken place). 

Porcelain crowns are made and customized in size, shape and color to match your naturally grown teeth. This is done to restore full functionality to your teeth and to provide optimal cosmetic results for your smile.


A dental crown (or cap) is one of the options available to repair damaged teeth and preserve as much of the natural tooth structure as possible. Crowns allow you to use the damaged tooth for biting and chewing and still appear like your  natural teeth.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Generally speaking, crowns last many years — often times up to fifteen years without any issue. There are a variety of factors that can have an impact on crown life, such as your personal oral hygiene, the types of foods you eat and habits such as teeth grinding and biting your finger nails.

No it does not, and this is a common misconception that people have. Hence, it’s important to brush and floss the crowned tooth just as you would any normal tooth, especially around the gum line.

Crowns are treated just like any other tooth — stick to your daily oral hygiene regimen of flossing, brushing, etc. Make sure to come in for your regular dental check-ups twice a year. You really don’t need to worry about doing anything special for your crown!

A crown will be fit over your existing tooth or implant, but to do that, your dentist may need to modify the existing tooth. During the process you would be numbed and shouldn’t experience pain. Though, you may feel a bit sore post-procedure.


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