Dental Crowns in Auburn, WA - Crowns Near You

A dental crown provides a protective cap over your damaged tooth while restoring the shape and appearance of your tooth. Dental crowns can be made of metals, porcelain, resin, or ceramics and only need to be maintained by good oral hygiene.

Sunrise Dental of Auburn in Auburn, WA, is dedicated to providing outstanding dental care to you and your family. Our friendly and experienced dentists near you offer a wide range of cosmetic and reparative dental services, including dental crowns.  We want to help you keep those pearly whites healthy and beautiful for a confident smile!

Are Dental Crowns Right for You?

Our dentists at Sunrise Dental of Auburn may recommend that you receive dental crowns in Auburn, WA if any of the following relate to you:

  • You have a damaged tooth that needs extra protection.
  • You have a large filling that needs to be covered to protect your tooth.
  • You have a tooth that is worn down and requires extra protection.
  • You have a dental bridge that needs reinforcement.
  • You have misshapen or discolored teeth that needs to be covered.
  • You have a dental implant that needs to be covered.
  • You have a tooth that’s been treated with a root canal and needs to be covered.

What to Expect When Getting a Dental Crown

It usually takes two office visits to get your tooth completely ready for a crown. During your first visit, our dentists in Auburn, WA, will thoroughly examine your tooth and get it prepped for the crown. Depending on the health of your tooth, you may be required to get a root canal treatment before you receive a dental crown, especially if you have tooth decay or injury to the connective and nerve tissue in your teeth.

Next, our dentists will file down your tooth to make room for the crown. Then impressions of your teeth are taken using a paste or putty. A dental laboratory will receive your dental impressions. A temporary crown is placed to provide cover and protection for your tooth until you receive your permanent crown. Your permanent crown is placed during your second office visit. Our dentists will remove your temporary crown then administer a local anesthetic to numb the tooth before cementing the permanent crown to your tooth.

If you believe a dental crown is right for you, call Sunrise Dental of Auburn in Auburn, WA, today to book an appointment.

Visit our implant dentist for various dental implants in Auburn, WA, or the emergency dental clinic for urgent dental care.

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