Dental Crown Cedar Park, TX

A dental crown is a tooth-colored cap that we place over one or more teeth to repair their functionality and appearance. Dental crowns can restore the smile, addressing problems like damaged, worn, and injured teeth. Do you think a dental crown may be suitable for your smile? Please get in touch with our office; we’ll be happy to answer any questions about dental crown treatment in our Cedar Park, TX, dental office.

Dental Crown in Cedar Park, Texas

What Can Dental Crowns Do?

Dental crowns and bridges can be used for a variety of restorative and cosmetic purposes, including:

  • Protecting teeth from further damage
  • Supporting weak teeth
  • Holding damaged teeth together
  • Covering discolored or misshapen teeth

Please get in touch with our office if you have dental problems, including tooth damage and wear. During a consultation, we will examine your teeth and decide if a dental crown is best for your smile.

Because dental crowns use tooth-colored materials, they easily blend in with other teeth in the smile. We customize dental crowns to ensure that they match the shape and shade of natural teeth. Our office also uses dental crowns in dental bridge treatment by covering natural teeth with crowns and securing false teeth. 

Dental Crown Treatment in Cedar Park, TX

Before a custom crown or bridge can be designed and placed, we reshape the tooth or teeth so the new restoration can fit perfectly and won’t look bulky. We numb the tooth with a local anesthetic to completely numb the mouth.

Then, we take digital impressions of the teeth and send them to the lab, where technicians customize the dental crowns to your teeth. We will provide you with a temporary dental crown in the meantime. Then, at a follow-up visit, we remove the temporary restoration. Finally, we cement the dental crown in place and make any modifications as needed.

Restore Your Teeth with Dental Crowns

Address injured, damaged, and discolored teeth with dental crowns. Contact our office for dental crown treatment today by calling 512-866-9654 or request a dental consultation on our website. Also, let us know if you have any questions about crowns; we will gladly help.