What Is a Dental Crown?
What Is the Procedure for Getting a Dental Crown?
The process for creating and fitting dental crowns takes place over two to three visits across two or three weeks. Dr. Brent Robinson first removes all decay; then the damaged tooth is sculpted and prepared for being fit with a crown; and finally, an impression of your tooth is made for creating the custom tooth crown. You will be fit with a temporary crown while you wait for the permanent one to be made. When your crown is completed, Dr. Brent Robinson places it onto the permanent tooth, ensures the fit and look are correct, and cements it into place.
Once fit with your permanent dental crown, you’ll see that it was worth the wait. When crafted carefully and with your individual needs in mind, a permanent crown can restore your confidence, comfort, and overall quality of life.
The cost of a dental crown varies according to the size, location, and material it is made out of. We offer a wide variety of payment and financing options to ensure that patients in need of a crown can afford one. Call to set up a consultation and receive an estimate of what your personalized treatment will cost.
A high-quality crown can last 10 to 20 years if properly cared for. However, if it isn’t brushed and flossed regularly, it can fracture, and the supporting tooth can still get cavities.
At Robinson Dental, our priority is to deliver gentle, compassionate care. This commitment, combined with our sedation options, ensures that receiving a crown is a comfortable experience.
To learn more about how crowns can restore your smile, call 425-842-7356 to schedule an appointment with our Lynnwood dental office.
19108 33rd Ave W Ste B
Lynnwood, WA 98036
Monday: 7AM – 3PM
Tuesday: 7AM – 3PM
Wednesday: 7AM – 3PM
Thursday: 7AM – 3PM
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