Dental Crowns

Are you suffering from a damaged or decayed tooth? Do you want to restore your smile and protect your oral health? At Kayscreek Dental, we offer high-quality dental crowns in Layton that can address various dental problems, such as cracked, broken, or severely decayed teeth. Our team of experienced dental professionals will customize the crown to fit perfectly over your existing tooth, providing a natural-looking solution.

With our modern technology and expertise in restorative dentistry, we provide durable and long-lasting dental crowns that can enhance both the appearance and functionality of your teeth. You deserve to have a confident smile that you can be proud of.

Don’t wait any longer to fix those problem areas in your mouth. Please schedule an appointment with us today and let us help you achieve a healthy and beautiful smile with our top-notch dental crowns. Your satisfaction is our top priority!

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What Are Dental Crowns?

A crown is a dental restoration that covers the entire tooth surface above the gum line. Dr. Eric Nelson only uses ceramic and porcelain materials to ensure that the crowns have the look that our patients expect and the function we depend on from our treatments.

Crowns can be used in any area of the mouth because we design them to withstand everyday use and appear natural.


Why Get a Dental Crown?

We use full-coverage crowns to repair teeth that:

  • Recently received root canal therapy
  • Have a large cavity or filling that needs to be addressed
  • Has severe breaks or fractures
  • Is lacking enough healthy enamel to support a filling

We can restore normal tooth function by placing a crown over your damaged tooth. Biting and chewing forces are distributed evenly across the “cap,” preserving the remaining tooth structure that would not be able to withstand everyday use otherwise.


How Much Do Dental Crowns Cost?

During your consultation with our team, we will be able to assess the case’s complexity and provide you with a detailed estimate of the cost of a crown. While the price will vary, investing in a dental crown can significantly improve your oral health and confidence in your smile.


Dental Crown Treatment

Our crown treatments typically require two visits. We’ll prepare the tooth during your initial appointment, and any damaged surfaces, such as cavities or broken fillings, will be removed. We’ll then take an impression of the tooth, which we’ll use to create your customized crown. 

After that, Dr. Nelson will place a temporary restoration over the tooth until the permanent crown is ready for delivery. We will carefully match the color of your surrounding tooth enamel so that your permanent crown blends in with the rest of your smile.

Your permanent restoration will be ready for placement in about one week. The permanent crown placement requires a much shorter visit that does not require any numbing medication. We will remove the temporary restoration and bond your permanent crown into place.


Caring for Dental Crowns

It is critical to properly care for your crown so that it can last for many years. Brush your teeth gently along the gum lines and floss around the crown daily, just like your other teeth. Please make an appointment with Dr. Nelson and our team for preventive care visits twice a year.


Dental Crowns in Layton, Utah

Dental crowns are versatile and durable restorations that can be a solution for many different dental problems. They can improve both the functionality and aesthetics of damaged or compromised teeth, restoring confidence in your smile. Whether you need a crown due to decay, injury, or cosmetic reasons, it’s important to consult our team to determine if this treatment is right for you.

Contact Kayscreek Dental today to schedule your consultation if you’ve been considering dental crowns. Dr. Nelson will be happy to answer any questions you may have! We offer many quality restorative dentistry options in Layton, Utah. These include dental implants and dentures.

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