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Dental Crowns – Tallahassee, FL

A Lifelike and Durable Solution for Damaged Teeth

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Even with a solid oral hygiene routine in place, accidents happen! Maybe you got off-track with your oral hygiene routine on vacation, or you cracked a tooth during a sports-related injury. Whatever the case may be, our dedicated Tallahassee dentists can use lifelike and durable dental crowns to restore chipped, broken, cracked, and otherwise damaged teeth. If you’re ready to schedule an appointment, then give our team a call today. If you want to learn more, then keep reading!

Why Choose Boyd & Walther Dental Associates for Dental Crowns?

What is a Dental Crown?

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A crown, sometimes referred to as a “cap,” slips on top of a damaged tooth to restore its lost structure. It can be made of metal, porcelain-fused-to-metal, or pure porcelain. The specific material we recommend for you will depend on which teeth are being repaired. For example, with the front teeth, we would always suggest all-porcelain crowns because they are as durable and strong as metal crowns and can be color-matched to blend with the rest of your smile.

The Dental Crown Process 

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Fortunately, it only takes a few short appointments to get a dental crown. When you come into our dental office, Dr. Boyd or Dr. Walther will begin by shaping your tooth so that the crown will fit it snugly and securely. They will then take an impression of it and send that impression to a dental lab to design and fabricate your crown. During this process, you will have a temporary crown placed. When you return to our dental office, one of our doctors will place the final crown into your mouth with a small amount of dental cement. After that, your new tooth is ready to go.

The Benefits of Getting a Dental Crown

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Dental crowns continue to be one of the most popular restorative dental services because:

If you have any questions about dental crowns, or you are ready to make your smile whole again, contact our dental office today for an appointment.