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Dental Crowns – Reynoldsburg, OH

Restoring Teeth in a
Natural-Looking Way

As careful as you might normally be when it comes to your smile, you do need to be prepared for the possibility that one of your teeth might become damaged, decayed, or worn down at some point in your life. The good news is that with Dr. Mick’s help, your tooth can be repaired with a long-lasting, beautiful dental crown! If you think your tooth may be in need of repair and are interested in having a crown placed, please give us a call.

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Why Choose Mick Family Dental Care for Dental Crowns?

What is a Dental Crown?

Illustration of a dental crown in Reynoldsburg, OH for tooth in lower arch

Dental crowns are tooth-shaped caps that are often recommended to patients who have suffered from significant dental damage. We can completely cover a given tooth with a personalized crown, thus restoring its shape as well as its strength. While you may have heard of crowns made out of metal, we prefer to use dental ceramics, which are much more natural-looking.

A crown may be recommended if you have a weak tooth that is in danger of breaking. Additionally, this type of restoration is also useful for repairing teeth that are already fractured or significantly decayed. On top of that, you may need to get a crown if you have recently undergone root canal therapy or if you are replacing one tooth with a dental implant.

The Dental Crown Process 

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At your initial visit, we’ll confirm that you’re a good candidate for a dental crown. After examining the tooth, we will prepare it by filing away some enamel off its top as well as its sides. We will only remove enough enamel to make room for the final restoration. Once preparations are complete, we will be able to take impressions. You will have to wait until an outside dental laboratory finishes making your crown, so until then, you’ll wear a temporary restoration on the tooth in question.

Eventually, you’ll return to our office so that the final crown can be placed. We’ll make any adjustments that might be needed, and we’ll give you tips for maintaining your new restoration so that you can get as many years of use as possible out of it.

The Benefits of Getting a Dental Crown

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Having a dental crown placed now can save you a lot of trouble later down the line. The restoration provides the tooth with protection to prevent existing damage from growing worse, thus making it less likely that you will need additional procedures later on. In terms of aesthetics, we can give you a crown that matches the appearance of your smile so that you don’t have to worry about people noticing your dental work.

Dental crowns are known for their durability. If you take good care of your restoration, it can potentially have a lifespan anywhere in the range of 5 to 15 years.

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