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Dental Crowns – Hoboken, NJ

Renew the Form and Function of Damaged Teeth

Even individuals who are diligent about caring for their oral health may find that one of their teeth suffers serious damage. When this happens, our team is ready to help! We offer a range of restorative treatment options, including dental crowns in Hoboken. Continue reading this page to learn more what dental crowns are and how one may be able to benefit you.

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Why Choose Robert Graffeo, DDS for Dental Crowns?

What Is a Dental Crown?

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A dental crown is a custom, tooth-shaped “cap” that gets placed over the entire visible portion of a tooth (everything above the gumline). Its purpose is to strengthen the tooth, renewing both its form and function. Crowns can be made out of various materials, including metals, porcelain-fused-to-metal, and all-porcelain. Our team often recommends porcelain crowns due to their beautiful appearance.

Reasons for a Dental Crown

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There are a number of circumstances wherein your dentist in Hoboken might recommend that you receive a dental crown:

Benefits of Dental Crowns

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Some of the most outstanding benefits of dental crowns include:

The Dental Crown Procedure

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The dental crown procedure usually requires at least two appointments. During the first appointment, your dentist will prepare your tooth by removing a portion of its enamel. This is important in order to ensure that the crown will not interfere with your bite or look unnatural in your mouth. Then, we’ll take some impressions, which will serve as the basis for designing your restoration.

You’ll wear a temporary crown while a dental laboratory creates your permanent one. When it is ready, you’ll return to our office. After we double-check the crown’s fit and appearance, we’ll use a special dental cement to secure it on your tooth.

Do you believe you could benefit from a dental crown? Contact our friendly team today to schedule your restorative consultation.