Restore Your Smile With Natural Looking Crowns
All crowns are not created equal. The materials, construction, and placement all work together to create the final result. Dr. Lordo and staff provide ideal outcomes with a detailed approach to dental crowns.
Crowns are often recommended to address minor and complex dental concerns.
A crown is an tooth-like cap that sits over a damaged tooth or over a dental implant. The rapid advancement of technology ensures that today’s crowns are extremely life-like in their appearance.
Crowns Are an Ideal Solution For:
- Broken or Chipped Teeth
- Cracked Teeth
- Decaying Teeth
- Discolored or Stained Teeth
- Irregularly Shaped Teeth
- Cover a Root Canal
Because They Offer:
- Color-matched for natural appearance
- Porcelain & ceramic options available
- Placed in a single appointment
- Digital tech to ensure proper fit
- Implant options for complex cases
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Why Choose Dr. Lordo?
A Brand New Smile In Two Simple Steps
Dr. Lordo utilizes the most advanced dental crown technology to create and place lifelike crowns in two visits. Here’s what to expect at each visit:
During your first appointment, Dr. Lordo will discuss the crown process with you. Digital images and impressions will be taken of your teeth. The affected tooth or teeth will be prepared for a crown, and a temporary crown will be placed.
Once the crown is ready, you’ll visit the office again for final placement and polishing. Dr. Lordo will ensure the proper esthetic is achieved, as well as ensure the bite and function of the jaw are working appropriately with the crown in place.
Dental Crown FAQs
A crown is a common procedure that Dr. Lordo has performed hundreds of times, so you’ll be in experienced, gentle hands. Most patients receiving crowns with Dr. Lordo don’t need or ask for high levels of sedation. A local anesthesia is generally all that’s used. Your comfort and confidence is important to us!
As always, regular brushing and flossing are the best ways to care for your teeth. Crowns are no exception. The crown itself will not be at risk for decay, but a small part of your tooth is still exposed at the gum line, meaning you must protect it against plaque and possible decay.
Typically, the appointment to place a crown lasts between 60-90 minutes. Each patient is different. Dr. Lordo will help you understand the process before treatment begins.