Dental Crowns in Staten Island

Dental Crowns in Staten Island, NY

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Dental Crowns in Staten Island


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What Is a Dental Crown?

A dental crown is a dental restoration that sits on the top surface of a damaged tooth. Its purpose is to replace the damaged part of the tooth, restoring its shape and chewing function. There are two types of crowns available: traditional crowns made of metal or porcelain manufactured in a dental lab, and same-day crowns crafted right in the dentist's office.

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The Benefits of Dental Crowns

Permanent Pain Relief

Tooth damage resulting from dental decay or physical trauma can expose the sensitive nerves in the core of the tooth, causing intense pain. While painkillers can offer temporary relief, dental crowns provide permanent pain relief by protecting these sensitive nerves.

Restore Your Tooth’s Appearance

In addition to restoring damaged teeth, dental crowns also offer aesthetic benefits. They fit over your damaged tooth and can conceal imperfections such as chips, cracks, fractures, and dental decay, resulting in a complete smile with seamlessly aligned teeth.

Dental Crowns Are Long-Lasting

Dental crowns typically last for years, depending on the type of crown and how well you care for them. They are crafted from robust materials such as porcelain, gold, silver, and stainless steel, designed to withstand the pressures of biting and teeth grinding.

The Dental Crown Treatment Process

Diagnosis and Preparation

Your Staten Island dentist will diagnose your dental condition to determine if dental crowns are suitable for your case. This typically involves a thorough examination of your teeth and X-rays to assess the extent of damage. Local anesthetic will be injected into the gum tissue near the affected tooth to ensure your comfort, followed by the removal of portions of the tooth to create space for the dental crown.

Taking Impressions and Crown Fabrication

Next, your dentist will take an impression of the damaged tooth using a tray filled with alginate. This impression will be sent to an external lab where skilled technicians will carefully craft your custom dental crown. Meanwhile, a temporary crown made of acrylic will be placed on the affected tooth. Once the custom crown is ready, it will be sent to your dentist's office.

Crown Placement and Bite Adjustment

When your custom crown arrives, you'll return to the dentist's office for crown placement. During this process, the temporary crown will be removed, and the custom crown will be fitted over your tooth. Your dentist will ensure that it fits properly and matches the color of your other teeth. If everything looks good, the crown will be cemented in place, and your bite alignment will be checked. After some finishing touches, you'll be provided with instructions for maintaining your new restoration.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How Long Do Dental Crowns Last?

Dental crowns can last anywhere from 5 to 30 years, with metal crowns (gold, silver, stainless steel) having the longest lifespan, often up to 30 years with proper care. Porcelain crowns, on the other hand, can last up to 15 years but may only endure 5 years if oral hygiene is neglected or if you bite into hard objects.

How Do I Know If I Need a Dental Crown?

The best way to determine if you need a dental crown is to consult with a dentist. However, some common signs that you might need a dental crown include visible tooth damage from significant physical trauma or large fractures. Another indicator is severe dental decay that has progressed beyond the dentin and into the pulp cavity.

What Are Dental Crowns Made Of?

Traditional metal crowns are crafted from metal or metal alloys, typically gold, silver, or stainless steel. Some crowns are made of porcelain and ceramic, closely resembling natural teeth. Porcelain-fused-to-metal (PFM) crowns consist of a metal interior with a porcelain exterior.

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