Porcelain Crowns

If you want one or more of your teeth to have the best shape, have the best bite and look like new, Porcelain Crowns with the best permanent crowns, the best option you can choose.

Crowns porcelain ceramic are one of the many treatments of types of dental crowns that exist in orthodontics, also known as “caps”.
Crowns porcelain ceramic are responsible for restoring teeth that are damaged or fissured for one reason or another; after finishing the treatment with the crown, the natural functions of the tooth, such as the bite or a correct position in the denture.

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What are Crown Porcelain ?

If what you are looking for or need is to protect, restore the shape or size of one or more of your natural teeth or large filling, the best solution is to opt for a crown porcelain ceramic,that in easy terms is a tooth-shaped crown that covers the natural tooth. 

In this way it protects the teeth and with the appropriate treatment can cover the most appropriate need. If you’re wondering if it can be placed on top of an implant tooth, the answer is yes, porcelain crowns front teeth can also be put on a missing tooth. 

There are several types of crowns: 

  • the PFM (Porcelain Fused to Metal) it’s the most common, This has an inner layer of metal that can sometimes vary by an inner layer of gold, with an outer layer of porcelain that chemically binds to the inner metal, with this fusion is achieved a product of excellent quality, very durable and of course, aesthetic. 
  • Another type of crown that has been used recently is the porcelain crown or ceramic crown. 

These crowns do not contain metal and are a perfect alternative for those patients who are a little more demanding in terms of aesthetics and how their teeth look and also perform the same functions as the crowns mentioned above. 

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Benefits of using dental crowns boca raton

The benefits when using crown porcelain ceramic  are many in terms of dental treatments. 

  • You can get incredible results on your teeth both front and back using porcelain crowns in front teeth or ceramics
  • You can see reflected results in the next two weeks of starting treatment. 

You may also wonder how long you should use the treatment and it varies depending on the type of material you choose, this depends on how long you will have them but also with proper care you can ensure that the procedure does its job correctly.

Finally, the results are the ones that will surprise, when you notice an improvement in your bite and feel more protected by your teeth, you will know that you have made the best decision.

How much is a porcelain crown

If you are wondering “how much is a white filling?” Well as we always say, each person has their own unique case, however the range price is $1,000 to $2,500, with an average cost of $1,300.

 

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Why choose us for Crown porcelain?

Why choose us for Crown porcelain?

In Smile Of Boca You can schedule your appointment for expert dentists to review your teeth and proceed to create a digital impression that is sent to specialized laboratories to then shape your perfect porcelain crown or the material you choose.

If for some reason you have broken teeth, or cavities, one of your stained permanent teeth or a deformed tooth, approach Smile Of Boca and accept the challenge of having better dental health thanks to the treatment of crowns porcelain ceramic.

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FAQ

What are the different types of crowns?
The most commonly used type of crown is called a PFM (it stands for Porcelain Fused to Metal). A PFM has an inner layer of metal that varies in its content of gold (base metal for low, semiprecious for medium and high noble for high gold content), with an outer layer of porcelain that chemically bonds to the metal, making it both durable and esthetic. On a scale from 1 to 10 in esthetics, you can expect most PFMs to fall right in the middle. They are a good balance between durability, strength, and esthetics. Another popular type of crown as of late is the all-ceramic crown or porcelain crown. These restorations, while being metal-free, provide an excellent alternative to crowns containing metal for those discerning patients that expect the best cosmetic result possible. Dental technology has advanced at a rapid pace in the last few years, making metal-free restorations available not only for front teeth but also for the more demanding needs of posterior teeth where the most stress is placed on teeth. Another not so popular but very effective type of crown is the all-metal crown, classified as well on a varying degree of gold content. While not very esthetic, the gold crown is still the standard to which all other crowns are compared due to its longevity, strength, and biocompatibility.
What type of crown should I get?
The choice of the crown should be made together with the dentist. Factors such as remaining tooth structure, type of bite, available space, esthetic requirements, cost, and even allergies may help narrow the options for treatment. In the end, you should choose the type of crown that best fits your personal needs. What may be suitable for one person may not necessarily be the best for another.
How much does a crown cost?
The cost of a crown varies greatly depending on the choice of material and whether there’s a specific cosmetic requirement. You can expect the cost of a single tooth crown to be in the range of $800-1500. Additional procedures may be needed depending on the conditions found during clinical treatment (i.e., buildup). The doctor will advise you whether these other procedures should be expected and the cost they carry with them.
Is it painful to get a crown?
The short answer is no. You will be numb during the whole procedure, so pain is a non-issue. Only a mild initial discomfort can be expected during the numbing procedure as the tip of the needle pinches the gum, and that’s about it! After the numbness goes away (usually after an hour or so), some discomfort can be expected as the tooth adjusts to changes in temperature, as well as some tenderness around the gum, but this shouldn’t last more than 24-48 hours.
How is a crown done?
After anesthetizing (numbing) the area, the cavity or fractured tooth is cleaned out, and the tooth is reduced on all surfaces so that the crown can fit over it. A putty impression or mold is made of the prepared tooth and sent to the lab for the crown fabrication. This can take up to 2-3 weeks, and that is why a temporary acrylic crown is fabricated and temporarily fitted on the tooth to wear during this time. On your second visit, the temporary crown is removed, and the permanent one is cemented on the tooth.
How long does it take to make a crown?
Two visits are necessary to complete a crown. Your first visit would be the lengthiest one, as this is when most of the work takes place. This visit should last about an hour. Your second visit for the permanent placement of the crown once it’s returned from the lab usually takes place about two weeks later and lasts between 10-20 minutes.
How long do crowns last?
Porcelain crowns have been serving patients successfully for many years. The choice of material may affect the longevity of your crowns, but when given proper care and maintenance, crowns can be expected to serve functionally for about 15-20 years. However, even though a crown may still be completely functional (that is there’s no caries, no sensitivity, protects the tooth and fully functions when chewing), the aesthetic appearance may have deteriorated over the years. As it so happens when we age, gums recede, and crowns may lose their luster some ten years or so after their placement.

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Smiles of boca is located 4 min drive from Town Center at Boca Raton

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