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Crowns, also called "caps" are dental restorations that cover and protect damaged, cracked or broken teeth.
- Crowns are often needed to strengthen a tooth after root canal treatment, or after a wide, large filling.
- Crowns can be made of all porcelain materials or a combination of porcelain and metal.
- Crowns are made in a dental lab, based on a mold and model that we make of your prepared tooth. After your tooth is prepared to accommodate the restoration, a crown covers the entire remaining tooth above the gum line.
- Crowns are strong and can last for many years with good care and regular hygiene visits. A crown is brushed and flossed just like a natural tooth.