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Dental Crowns – Dallas, TX

Strong, Beautiful Solutions for Damaged Teeth

In the past, if your tooth was broken or decayed, you had to choose between a treatment that repaired the damage or one that looked natural. Thanks to modern dental technology, that is no longer the case! At Dulce Dental, we provide strong, beautiful solutions for damaged teeth in the form of dental crowns. These lifelike, metal-free restorations give a vulnerable tooth its original structure and function without compromising its appearance. No one even ahs to know that you had dental work done! Contact us today to learn more about dental crowns in Dallas and how they can make your smile look and feel like new.

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Why Choose Dulce Dental for Dental Crowns?

What Is a Dental Crown?

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A dental crown gets its name from the fact that it covers the entire section of the tooth that protrudes past the gums, also known as the “crown” of a tooth. Once a dental crown is capped over a weakened tooth, it protects it from sustaining additional damage. While crowns were traditionally made of metals that left a dark splotch in your smile, we use dental porcelain, which can be shaded to blend in with the rest of your pearly whites while also being remarkably durable.

Our dentists may recommend a crown in the following circumstances:

The Dental Crown Process

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After we have thoroughly examined your mouth, gone over your treatment options, and determined that a dental crown is the right solution for you, you can typically expect the process to only take two appointments. The first of these visits entails preparing your tooth for the crown by removing a sliver of enamel. Next, we capture impressions of the area and send the data to a trustworthy local dental lab. While the lab gets to work crafting your restoration, we’ll place a temporary crown over your tooth to protect it for a few weeks. Lastly, you’ll return to our office once your permanent crown arrives, and we’ll cement it into place.

The Benefits of Getting a Dental Crown

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By restoring your tooth with a dental crown, you can look forward to a multitude of benefits, including:

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