Dental Crowns in North Palm Beach

Dental crowns are essentially caps that are placed over a, usually weakened or deteriorating, tooth in order to provide added strength or stability or to improve the overall appearance of a tooth. The crowns themselves sit overtop the tooth and cover the entire tooth. This helps provide the appearance of a seemingly normal tooth. Crowns may not last forever and may need to be replaced over a period of time. Dr. Schmitt and the team at Seaglass Dental Care are experts in the field of dental crowns in Palm Beach Gardens! If you are seeking a top rated dentist in your area that can handle dental crowns, then be sure to give us a call today. Our team, if there is enough tooth for a dental crown, will make sure that your smile will have confidence!

There are multiple types of materials used for dental crowns including:

  • Gold
  • Ceramic
  • Zirconia
  • Porcelain
  • Porcelain that is fused to metal.

Ceramic crowns are extremely durable and very strong material and are one of the most popular materials, however zirconia crowns are also strong and long-lasting, but fairly new to the dental industry. Porcelain crowns that is fused to metal crowns are a little less expensive and can be one of the most affordable options. A lot of our patients ask about the durability and how permanent crowns can be. While dental crowns aren’t always a permanent option like a dental implant, they can last a long time.

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The Benefits of Dental Crowns
  • Help prevent added damage to a tooth that has sustained decay.

  • Allows you to make cosmetic modification and hide blemished, chipped and damaged teeth.
  • Provides shelter for teeth that are recovering from certain procedures, for example protecting a tooth after root canal therapy or fractures.
  • Used to hold a dental bridge in place.
  • Can prevent relieve discomfort from tooth pain.
No! During your procedure you will be numb. After the procedure some soreness or sensitivity can be normal.
A typical dental crown appointment can vary from 60 to 90 minutes.
Most insurance companies will provide a benefit on dental crowns‍
In some cases, yes the dental crown can last forever.
Depending on the condition of the tooth, sometimes an inlay/onlay can be a good alternative.