What is the Process for a Crown?
A crown, sometimes known as a dental cap, is a type of dental restoration which completely caps or encircles a tooth or dental implant.
The process of crowning at dental practices requires two visits. The first visit is all about taken a mold to create the crown. Here, the tooth is shaped for the crown, and then a temporary crown is placed on the tooth.
The second visit involves placing the actual crown on the tooth which is a time-consuming process requiring multiple visits.
At our Hyatt Dentistry in Houston, TX, crowns can be completed in just one simple visit, so you don’t have to visit the dentists every time.
- For protection and repair of the decayed or damaged tooth.
- To cover and protect a tooth from future fracture after root canal therapy.
- For correcting Misalignment.
- To cosmetically correct a misshapen or discolored tooth.
- To be the replacement tooth secured onto a dental implant.
How is a dental crown placed?
The dental crown placement process is a two-step process that involves preparing the tooth by carefully sculpting it to accommodate the crown.
After that, our team will send accurate measurements and molds of your tooth and dental ridges to a skilled technician to hand-craft your dental crown. Once the crown is completed, it can be permanently bonded to your tooth during your next visit.
For more information and inquiries on Hyatt dental crown prices, invisible braces, conscious sedation, or teeth whitening, contact us today at (832) 232-5353.