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Dental Crowns - Murphy, TX

Rebuild Your Smile with Strong Crowns

Are you looking for restorative dentistry solutions to repair cracked, broken, or worn teeth? If so, you have come to the right place. At Murphy Dental Home, we utilize the best technology and techniques available to deliver precise, durable dental crowns in Murphy, TX. Our quality restorations will strengthen your teeth, improve your oral health, and will leave you looking and smiling your best.

Why Choose Murphy Dental Home for Dental Crowns?

Dental Crowns Overview

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Dental crowns, also known as caps, are custom-made restorations designed to strengthen and repair damaged teeth or to cover dental implants. They can be made of many different materials but are mostly made of porcelain to match the color of your teeth, leaving you with a natural-looking smile. Dental crowns are very durable and can last a lifetime with proper care.

Possible Uses of Dental Crowns

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Dr. Gandhi may recommend a crown if you have a tooth with decay that is too large or too close to the nerve to repair using traditional fillings. You may also need a dental crown to restore the form and function of a tooth that has been chipped, cracked, fractured, or worn down. Crowns are commonly used to protect teeth after root canal therapy to prevent any fracturing in the future, to cover dental implants, and to support dental bridges and dentures.

Dental crowns offer cosmetic dentistry solutions to correct the appearance of misshaped, misaligned, or stained and discolored teeth. Your restorations mimic the properties of your natural teeth in their appearance and function, leaving you an incredibly natural smile.

What Are the Steps of Placing a Dental Crown?

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Placing your dental crown will typically require two visits to our dental office. We will start by numbing the area for your comfort. We will prepare your tooth by removing a layer of enamel to make room for your crown and will take an impression of your teeth to send to our laboratory which will fabricate your dental crown. Your restoration will be carefully matched to the shade of your natural teeth to deliver the best aesthetic results. We will place a temporary dental crown to cover and protect your prepared tooth.

During a follow-up appointment, we will fit you with your dental crown. We will check for proper fit and will make any needed adjustments before cementing it into place. You will be amazed at how natural your new restored teeth look and feel!

Caring for Your Dental Crowns

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You will need to make sure to brush and floss regularly to keep your mouth clean and healthy. It is also advisable to avoid clenching or grinding your teeth or biting down on hard foods to prevent damaging your restoration. You will need to keep up with your routine dental exams and cleanings to maintain your oral health and to allow us to monitor your restorations. With proper care, your crowns have the potential of lasting a lifetime.

Quality Dental Crowns

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Contact us at Murphy Dental Home in Murphy, TX to find out if dental crowns are right for you. Dr. Gandhi and her team of outstanding and experienced professionals are committed to delivering quality, gentle care each time you step through our doors. We look forward to helping you look, feel, and smile your best.

Dental Crown FAQs

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Have questions about receiving dental crowns in Murphy? You’re not alone. Many of our patients have come to us over the years asking numerous questions about the process, what to expect, and how to properly care for their restoration once it is firmly in place. At Murphy Dental Home, Dr. Gandhi and our team want you to feel confident about your restorative dental work, which is why we’ve compiled some common questions for you to review below. Should you not find your question listed or prefer to speak with our team in person, contact us to schedule an appointment today.

Will my dental crown look natural?

Yes, your dental crown will look and feel completely natural. Made from the highest-quality materials, Dr. Gandhi and our team will ensure the size, shape, and color closely match the rest of your teeth, allowing you to enjoy a more seamless look and preventing others from being able to tell the difference. The impressions we take and send to the dental lab will include detailed specifications that will ensure your restoration assists in creating a healthier and enhanced aesthetic.

Will it hurt to have a dental crown put into place?

No, when you arrive for your first appointment, your dentist in Murphy will make sure you are comfortable and feel no pain whatsoever. By administering a local anesthetic to numb the area of the problem tooth, you can expect to remain fully relaxed and pain-free throughout your procedure. Once you receive your temporary crown, you may experience some minor soreness; however, you can take over-the-counter medication to reduce any discomfort.

Can problems develop over time while wearing a crown?

The truth is that with any restoration, there is a possibility that problems can occur over time. If receiving a dental crown, you’ll need to be mindful in taking care of your oral health as well as the types of food you eat and your lifestyle habits. Some of the most common problems that can occur include:

How long can I expect my dental crown to last?

As with any other type of restoration, your dental crown will need to be replaced over time. The reality is that it is ultimately up to you as to how long your restoration lasts. The materials used and how well you take care of your restoration at home can determine if you need a replacement in a few years or after a decade or longer. On average, a dental crown can last between 5-15 years, so you’ll want to do everything you can to prolong the need for a replacement so you can get the most out of your current restoration.

Will insurance cover the cost of my dental crown?

If you have dental insurance, there is a good chance they will agree to cover a portion or all of your dental crown. The percentage they pay is largely based on whether you’ve met your deductible and/or how much you’ve used of your annual maximum. If you need help determining where you stand regarding your coverage, our team will be happy to work on your behalf to help you get the answers you need.

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