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Dental Crowns – Frisco, TX

Customized Restorations That Strengthen Your Tooth

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Tooth enamel is the strongest material in the human body, but unfortunately, it’s not impervious to damage or wear and tear over the years. Decay can penetrate the enamel and reach the sensitive inner layers of the tooth, leading to pain. At Archway Dental, Dr. Deval Parmar can correct this problem with a high-quality, custom-made dental crown. This restorative treatment can be made from a variety of materials, including metal-free options that complement your smile. If you’re interested in strengthening and beautifying your smile with a dental crown, contact us today.

Why Choose Archway Dental for Dental Crowns?  

  • Correct a Variety of Dental Problems
  • Patients of All Ages Welcome
  • Dental Insurance Accepted

What Is a Dental Crown?

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Dental crowns get their name from the fact that they cover up the entire visible portion of a tooth above the gums, also known as the tooth’s crown. These tooth-shaped caps restore not only the appearance of your smile, but also the strength and function of the tooth. We custom make each crown to blend in with your surrounding teeth. Crowns can be made from various materials, such as silver and gold. For front teeth, we typically use dental porcelain since it resembles tooth enamel so closely.

Am I a Good Candidate for a Dental Crown?

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Crowns are quite versatile and can be used in a variety of situations, such as when a tooth has:

  • Suffered extreme decay that can’t be treated with a filling alone
  • Been severely injured and essentially needs to be rebuilt
  • Become weakened and has a high risk of fracturing in the future
  • A cosmetic flaw like a crack or chip
  • Been lost and a dental implant needs to be covered
  • Been recently treated with root canal therapy

The Process of Getting a Dental Crown

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Once Dr. Parmar has determined that a dental crown is right for you, she can begin the process by clearing away any decayed or damaged portions of the tooth. A thin layer of enamel is removed to make sure there is room in your mouth to accommodate the restoration. We take impressions of your teeth to design a crown that looks, feels, and functions just like the rest of your pearly whites. You receive a temporary crown to wear until your permanent one is finished. Once it’s made, return to our office where Dr. Parmar will place and finalize your crown.

Benefits of Dental Crowns

In addition to restoring your tooth’s ability to function the way it should, crowns can also prevent the adjacent teeth from shifting out of place. You’ll also have an aesthetically pleasing smile that will boost your confidence and help you succeed in both your personal and professional life. You’ll experience true joy with this amazing treatment that toes the line between cosmetic and restorative care.