Dental Crown

Regain your smile’s natural beauty and functionality with our top-notch teeth crown treatment.

Experience the pinnacle of dental restoration! Don’t let damaged teeth ruin your smile – our teeth crown treatment at our dental clinic will restore your confidence.

How can dental crown help you?

Dental crowns,= are custom-made caps that are placed over damaged or weakened teeth to restore their shape, size, strength, and improve their appearance. They are a versatile dental treatment option that can be used to address a wide range of dental issues, including:

  1. Protecting weak teeth: Teeth that have been weakened by decay, trauma, or large fillings are at a higher risk of breaking. A dental crown can be placed over the damaged tooth to protect it from further damage and prevent the need for more extensive treatment.

  2. Restoring chipped teeth: Teeth that have been broken or chipped can be restored with a dental crown. The crown covers the damaged portion of the tooth, providing strength and support.

  3. Covering discolored or misshapen teeth: Dental crowns can be used to cover teeth that are discolored or misshapen, improving their appearance and giving patients a more confident smile.

  4. Supporting dental bridges: Dental crowns are used to support dental bridges, which replace one or more missing teeth by anchoring them to the remaining natural teeth.

  5. Covering dental implants: Dental crowns are used to cover dental implants, which are artificial tooth roots that are placed in the jawbone to support a replacement tooth.

What To Expect

Getting a dental crown typically involves a few steps and may require multiple visits to the dentist. Here’s what you can expect during the dental crown treatment process:

  1. Evaluation: We will evaluate your teeth and gums to determine if a dental crown is the right treatment option for you. They may take X-rays and impressions of your teeth to help them create a custom crown that fits your mouth perfectly.

  2. Tooth preparation: Before a dental crown can be placed, the tooth or teeth that will receive the crown must be prepared. This involves removing any decay or old fillings, shaping the tooth to accommodate the crown, and taking another impression of the tooth.

  3. Temporary crown placement: If tooth preparation is done on the first visit, a temporary crown may be placed to protect the prepared tooth until the permanent crown is ready.

  4. Crown fabrication: The impressions of your teeth are sent to a dental laboratory to create a custom-made crown that matches the color and shape of your natural teeth.

  5. Crown placement: Once the permanent crown is ready, we will remove the temporary crown (if present) and place the permanent crown over the prepared tooth. They will check the fit and make any necessary adjustments before cementing the crown in place.

  6. Follow-up: After the crown is placed, your dentist will check to make sure it fits properly and that your bite is not affected. We will give you instructions on how to care for your new crown and schedule a follow-up appointment to monitor your progress.

Overall, getting a dental crown is a straightforward and typically painless process that can be completed over the course of a few appointments. We will work with you to ensure that you are comfortable and informed throughout the entire treatment process.


Most frequent questions and answers

A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap that is placed over a damaged or weakened tooth to restore its strength and shape.

Dental crowns can be made from a variety of materials, including porcelain, ceramic, metal, or a combination of materials.

Dental crowns are used to restore teeth that are severely damaged or weakened due to decay, trauma, or other dental problems. They may also be used to support a dental bridge or cover a dental implant.

The placement of a dental crown typically involves two appointments. During the first appointment, the tooth is prepared by removing any decay or damage and shaping the remaining tooth structure to fit the crown. An impression of the tooth is then taken and sent to a dental lab to create the crown. At the second appointment, the crown is cemented into place.

The process of getting a dental crown should not be painful. However, some patients may experience temporary discomfort or sensitivity following the placement of the crown.

The longevity of a dental crown depends on several factors, including the material used, the patient’s oral hygiene habits, and the amount of wear and tear on the tooth. Generally, dental crowns can last between 5-15 years or more with proper care.

The cost of a dental crown varies depending on the material used and the location of the dental practice. Crowns made from more expensive materials, such as porcelain or ceramic, may be more expensive than those made from metal. Insurance may cover part or all of the cost of a dental crown.

Dental crowns require the same level of care as natural teeth, including brushing and flossing regularly and visiting the dentist for regular checkups and cleanings. Patients should also avoid chewing on hard or sticky foods that could damage the crown.

Klinik Pergigian Dentalpark Kajang
5-1, Jln Kajang Perdana 3/1, Taman Kajang Perdana, 4300 Kajang, Selangor

Klinik Pergigian Dentalpark Tropicana
No.2G, Tingkat Bawah, Jalan Aman Sinaria 4, Bandar Tropicana Aman, 42500 Telok Panglima Garang, Selangor

Klinik Pergigian Dentalpark Melaka
A1, Jalan PKCAK 2, Pusat Komersial Cendana, 75450 Ayer Keroh, Melaka

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