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Protect Your Teeth with Dental Crowns
Restore broken teeth & protect weak teeth from cracking.
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Eat & smile with confidence in just two visits.

Affordable Dental Crowns in Southfield, Michigan

Broken or fractured teeth can cause a large amount of chaos in your mouth, especially when it comes to talking and chewing. Thankfully, at Southfield Family Dental, we have just the fix—dental crowns. These cost-effective coverings are designed to protect your tooth from additional damage while restoring your ability to perform daily functions with ease. If you’re suffering from a fractured filling, decaying teeth, or an extensive root canal, a dental crown that resembles your natural teeth may be in your future.

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A Restorative Treatment that Fits Over the Top of Your Tooth

When a dental issue cannot be resolved with a filling or veneer, dental crowns come into play. A dental crown is a cap that covers the tooth and restores its shape, size, strength, and appearance. When cemented into place, this long-lasting crown fully encases the visible portion of the tooth at or above the gum line, providing the old tooth with protection and functionality.

Complete your dental crown installation in just two visits to Southfield Family Dental. During your first visit, our dental team will take several impressions of your teeth, trim down the infected tooth, and select the best color for your permanent crown. The second visit, typically a few weeks after your original appointment, will involve cementing the permanent crown in place.

Dental Crown FAQs

What does a tooth crown look like?
The appearance of crowns can vary depending on the look you’re going for. Some dental crowns are made of porcelain or resin, while others are made from gold or porcelain fused to metal. Regardless of the material you choose, crowns are made to look like your natural tooth in size and shape.
How long does a tooth crown last?
The lifespan of a crown depends on various factors, including where it’s placed in your mouth. Some crowns can last a lifetime, while others may crack and need to be restored at some point.
How much tooth is needed for a tooth crown?
Tooth crowns can be applied to various shapes and sizes of teeth, as well as those that have fallen out entirely. The Southfield Family Dental professionals will build a base out of composite resin before applying the crown for those with a limited amount of natural tooth left. To replace a missing tooth, an implant-supported crown is necessary.
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