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Also referred to as a cap, a crown covers the entire surface of an individual tooth to restore its original shape and function. A crown is typically only used when the tooth is too badly decayed or fractured to be restored with a filling. There are several types of crowns available, with porcelain being the most popular.
The process of getting a crown takes two visits. During the first appointment, we shape the tooth and take impressions to be sent to the laboratory. While the laboratory is fabricating your crown, a temporary crown will be created to function like a real tooth. During the second appointment, we will remove your temporary crown and replace it with your new, permanent crown.
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