Quality Dental Crowns in South Denver

Image of a dental crown. When you have a chipped or broken tooth, you know that it affects your daily life, including how you eat and smile. At Escala Family Dentistry, we offer dental crowns to restore the beauty of your smile and the integrity of your bite.

We are proud to provide aesthetically pleasing and durable dental crowns to the residents of Denver and the surrounding areas. Our crowns are custom-made to fit your smile and protect the compromised tooth from further trauma or infection. You can trust that we will treat you with genuine care and respect, regardless of the circumstances that led to a damaged tooth.

Our friendly team is excited to meet you and begin a professional and personal relationship built on trust and quality dental services. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.


What Types of Dental Crowns Are Available?

There are a few popular types of dental crowns available, and we will provide the information you need to select the crown that meets your oral health needs. There are traditional crowns that cover a damaged or worn-down tooth and implant-supported crowns that fill the gap left by a missing tooth.

Both options are reliable and bring a unique set of benefits. Traditional and implant-supported dental crowns can restore any tooth in your upper or lower arch. From molars to incisors, our dental crowns are carefully made to blend beautifully with your natural teeth.

Traditional Crowns: A traditional crown covers and protects a tooth that has been compromised by damage, wear, or after root canal therapy. Our durable dental crowns keep bacteria from entering your tooth pulp and restore the function of your bite.

Implant-Supported Crowns: Implant-supported crowns are the only dental restoration for missing teeth that replaces your whole tooth from root to crown. It consists of an implant post that functions like your natural tooth root, providing a stable base for the crown and stimulating your jaw, which prevents bone loss and preserves your facial muscles.

Our Dental Crown Process

From the moment you speak to our friendly receptionist to when you receive the final instructions from our compassionate dentist, you know that you are our priority. We genuinely care about safeguarding your oral health and restoring your ability to eat, speak, and smile with ease.

We begin our dental crown process with a gentle and thorough exam of your teeth, jaws, and gums, including collecting scans and detailed measurements to craft your custom restoration. If you require any pretreatments, such as extractions, gum disease treatments, or a bone graft, then we will include these in your treatment plan. You can trust that we will only recommend services that you need.

For traditional crowns, our dentist will gently shape your tooth and then fit the dental crown over it and cement it into place. The entire procedure can be completed in 1-2 appointments, depending on your unique needs. Then you will be able to leave our dental practice ready to show off your smile.

When you receive dental implants, we work with a specialist to place your implant posts. Our team will then craft your crown, placing it once you're gums and jaws have healed.

Dental Crown FAQs

We understand that you will have questions about your treatment, and that is why we encourage you to share your questions and concerns. Our team is happy to provide the answers and information you need to make an informed decision regarding your oral health. Here are some of the most common questions we receive about dental crowns.

Do dental crowns hurt?

No. Our dental crowns are customized to fit comfortably in your smile. If you select an implant-supported crown, then you may experience some discomfort from the procedure to place the implant post, but any discomfort from that surgery will wear off as you heal.

Dental crowns are available in a variety of materials, including porcelain fused to metal. Our tooth-colored dental crowns are carefully matched to your teeth to blend with your smile and provide the durability needed for years of use.

Your dental crown is easy to care for. You will simply brush and floss it twice daily, just like your natural teeth. It is important that you do not use your crown to bite hard objects like bottles and cans because it can damage your restoration. You will also need to maintain your biannual dental appointments so our dentist can verify the integrity of your crown.

Our Beautiful Dental Crowns in Denver

A damaged, missing, or worn-down tooth can lead to oral health complications. At Escala Family Dentistry, we offer tooth-colored dental crowns to restore the integrity of your bite. Our team is committed to helping you enjoy a lifetime of healthy, beautiful smiles with our natural-looking dental restorations. Contact us today to schedule your appointment.



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