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Dental Crowns – Round Rock, TX

Repair Damaged Teeth with Dental Crowns

Now, a severely broken or decayed tooth does not need to be extracted. Instead, Dr. Mike Asay at Chisholm Trail Dental Health can save it with a dental crown in Round Rock. Placing the custom-made cap over the entire visible portion of a tooth provides it with an added layer of protection while also restoring its function and aesthetics. You do not need to worry about a dark, metal restoration causing an eyesore when you smile. Dr. Asay uses the latest advancements in dentistry to create crowns that look natural.

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Do I Need a Dental Crown?

all-ceramic crown

Dental crowns are widely used in restorative dentistry because they are versatile. Your dentist in Round Rock, Dr. Asay can use them for several purposes to reinstate a tooth’s health and function. Besides restorative treatments, they now also hold a commonplace in cosmetic dentistry. All-ceramic material allows them to be customized to improve the appearance of a tooth while creating natural-looking results.

Dr. Asay performs a comprehensive examination to determine if a dental crown is in your best interest. You may need one if you have:

What Can I Expect?

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Receiving a dental crown usually takes 2 appointments. During your first visit, Dr. Asay prepares your tooth by removing any areas of damage and reshaping it to allow the crown to fit over it. He takes an impression of your tooth to get the exact measurements necessary to create your restoration to meet your exact needs.

It can take the dental lab a couple of weeks to craft it to match your size, shape, and color needs, so Dr. Asay puts a temporary crown on your tooth while you wait. After your permanent restoration is sent back to the office, you return for your second and final appointment to have it bonded to your tooth.

How Long Do Crowns Last?

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On average, dental crowns last about 10 years before needing to be replaced. You can help to ensure the longevity of your restoration by:

Schedule an Appointment Today!

If you have a damaged or decayed tooth, Dr. Asay can save your smile. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation for a high-quality crown.

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