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Dental Crowns – Beverly Hills, CA

Bring Back Your Smile’s Structure and Luster

Diagram showing how a dental crown in Beverly Hills works

Teeth can become damaged even with the most diligent oral care routine of brushing and flossing. Alternatively, dental injury from a bad fall or sporting accident can also leave your teeth cracked, chipped, or fractured in some way, putting them at risk of additional harm and infection later. No matter the case, Dr. Kboudi wants you to know that you don’t have to settle for a damaged tooth (nor get it extracted outright). Call Beverly Hills Complete Dentistry today to see if your tooth can be restored with a customized, natural-looking, and long-lasting dental crown!

What is a Dental Crown?

Dental crown resting next to a dental bridge

Dental crowns are personalized restorations made from materials that can be safely accommodated inside the mouth. Traditionally, dental crowns would be made from silver, gold, or other metal materials due to their durability. At Beverly Hills Complete Dentistry, we opt for tooth-colored porcelain which can be color-matched to blend in with your existing teeth exactly. This ensures that only you and our office know that you had a dental crown placed to begin with.

Dental crowns are ideal for addressing chips, cracks, and significant fractures in teeth. This prevents them from breaking apart further, which can trigger the need for root canal therapy and even full-blown extraction.

Ideal candidates for dental crowns include those who have:

  • Chips or cracks that a dental filling cannot resolve
  • Permanent stains or discoloration in teeth that teeth whitening and cosmetic bonding cannot address
  • A need for a tooth replacement (such as a dental bridge, denture, or dental implant)

The Dental Crown Process

Dentist in Beverly Hills determining shade for patient’s dental crown

To receive a dental crown, we first need to capture a digital impression of your modified tooth. In order for the crown to fit snugly over your existing tooth, a small amount of enamel needs to be removed. After this, we’ll carefully scan your tooth using our digital impression scanner, then send this 3D image to our computer for closer examination. We’ll use this data to design your crown using E4D technology.

Essentially, this means we can design and fabricate the crown entirely in-house for added convenience. The process takes about one hour, which makes it perfect for those experiencing a dental emergency and need a dental crown right away.

The Benefits of Getting a Dental Crown

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When teeth are damaged and don’t get the protection they need, you run the risk of them breaking down further and requiring more expensive and time-consuming treatments later on. This includes root canal therapy, which involves the placement of a crown anyway. Other benefits you can expect include:

  • Improved comfort while chewing
  • Save your natural teeth and avoid the need for dental implants or bridges
  • Correct several dental problems at the same time, whether they be restorative or cosmetic
  • Fully customized to blend in with your neighboring teeth for best esthetics
  • Easy maintenance at home (brushing and flossing)
  • Long-lasting, averaging about 10 to 15 years of use