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DENTAL CROWNS - SAME DAY CROWNS - QUEENS - KEW GARDENS

Kew Gardens Dental Arts works hard to keep your smile healthy and maintain the optimal level of oral health, but even the best oral hygiene plans can fall short. For those patients in need of dental restoration following decay or trauma, we offer comfortable, effective smile restoration services.  Contact our knowledgable team to schedule your appointment at our Kew Gardens dental practice to discuss how dental crowns can transform your smile. 

Why do patients get dental crowns?

 

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Crowns may be recommended for a number of different reasons-

  • Repairing severely damaged/decayed teeth
  • Post root canal therapy to protect the treated tooth
  • As a part of single dental implant supported tooth replacement
  • As a part of a fixed bridge to replace one or more missing teeth

 

Crowns can be crafted from a number of materials including metal, gold, porcelain bonded to metal, and all-ceramic. Regardless of the material, the dental crown placement process is the same. Patients should plan for two visits to our office. During the initial visit our doctors will carefully remove a small amount of dental structure to prepare the tooth for the crown. We then capture impressions of patients’ bites that are used by a dental lab to custom craft restorations. In the meantime, a temporary restoration is placed to protect prepared teeth. Once the custom restoration is returned to our office, patients exchange the temporary for the permanent crown.


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Dental Crowns - The Cosmetic Restoration Process
Dental crowns are one of the most successful and stunning ways to transform a patients smile

Crowns can be crafted from a number of materials including metal, gold, porcelain bonded to metal, and all-ceramic. Regardless of the material, the dental crown placement process is the same. Patients should plan for two visits to our office. During the initial visit,your dentist will carefully remove a small amount of dental structure to prepare the tooth for the crown. We then capture impressions of patients’ bites that are used by a dental lab to custom craft restorations. In the meantime, a temporary restoration is placed to protect prepared teeth. Once the custom restoration is returned to our office, patients exchange the temporary for the permanent crown.

 

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We are more than happy to give advice on dental crowns and which type of dental crowns is most suitable for you, depending on the type of restoration you need. Make an appointment to see one of our dentists. Our advice is free.

 

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