The experienced team at Carolina Oaks Dental Care provides high quality, custom dental crowns to repair damaged or decayed teeth. We make sure the experience is comfortable and convenient, so you can get back to your busy schedule with a beautiful smile.
Restoring a Tooth’s Strength, Function and Appearance
A dental crown is a covering that fits over an entire tooth to the gumline. Crowns are used to protect a tooth and restore its strength, function and appearance when damage or decay is too extensive to be repaired with a filling.
After performing an exam, your Greenville dentist will talk with you about your lifestyle, needs and budget to help you decide on the best type of crown for your smile. Once the dental crown is in place, you’ll be able to bite, chew and smile like you always did.
Do You Need a Crown?
Crowns are common dental procedures which can be implemented to fix any of the following issues with a patient’s teeth:
- Broken or cracked teeth
- Decaying teeth
- Cosmetic enhancement purposes
- Following a root canal procedure
- In place of large fillings
If you’re suffering from any of these issues, don’t wait to get the dental care you need. The experienced and gentle staff at Carolina Oaks Dental Care are here to help you resolve your oral issues effectively and efficiently, so that you can get back to your busy schedule with a healthy, radiant smile.
Getting a dental crown is a common procedure that usually takes two visits. Our team makes the process convenient and comfortable.
During the first visit, the dentist will prepare your tooth for the crown. A team member will then carefully take an impression of your tooth, or teeth. The impression will be used to craft a customized crown that fits perfectly.
Once your crown has been individually fabricated, the friendly team at Carolina Oaks Dental Care will bring you in for the fitting. Your Greenville, SC dentist will carefully fit the crown over your tooth. They’ll check the fit, bite and appearance of the crown, ensuring it looks and feels completely natural, before bonding it to your tooth. You’ll leave our office with a confident, healthy smile.