Restore Your Teeth with High-Quality Dental Crowns

At Madison Smile Solutions, we offer state-of-the-art porcelain (all-ceramic) crowns that appear natural and function just like your natural teeth. This is a simple and effective solution to restore the structure and appearance of your teeth that have been subjected to trauma or decay.

These crowns are bonded to the tooth for added strength and longevity, and since they don’t have a metal substructure, so you won’t have to deal with any black shadows at the gum line.

The Process for Getting a Crown

The traditional method for getting dental crowns involves two different appointments. On your first visit, we’ll make sure the tooth can support a crown, and then start shaping the remaining tooth to accept it.

Once it is properly shaped, we’ll take digital impressions of the surface, as well as the surrounding teeth, to ensure that your crown will fit properly. This information is sent to the lab, and you may be fitted with a temporary crown until the permanent one is completed.

Once the lab is finished, we’ll have you come back in so we can bond the new crown in place.

When Do You Need a Crown?

There are several situations in which we might recommend getting a crown. The most common reasons include:

·         A cavity that is too large for a filling

·         Strengthening and reinforcing weak teeth

·         Restoring teeth that are cracked or worn down

·         Replacing particularly discolored teeth

·         Completing a root canal procedure

These high-quality crowns are also an important component of dental implants and bridges.

A Perfect Fit

We use the most recent technologies to ensure that your dental crowns look and fit perfectly in your mouth. We can even have the technology to provide same-day crowns so you don’t have to leave the office with an unwanted gap in your teeth.

Our imaging and milling technology allows us to provide the quality and precision you expect.

Care and Maintenance of Your Crowns

The materials we use to mill and bond your crowns have been designed to stand the test of time. They don’t require any special care beyond your normal oral health care. Brush, floss, and rinse just like you normally would, and always pay attention to the area closest to the gums.

Whether you need a cosmetic correction or a serious restoration, these porcelain crowns are a great solution.

Contact us today to set up your appointment and we can discuss your options.