Dental Crown Q&A

Do you have tooth damage? Maybe you have a weak tooth that needs protection. Dental crowns can help restore the structural integrity of teeth. They act as caps that cover and protect teeth and can be used to address damaged, misshapen, or discolored teeth. Dental crowns can also hold dental bridges in place or cover dental implants. They are made of a porcelain ceramic material that blends in with natural teeth for a more aesethetically pleasing restoration. At Premier Dental care in Lancaster and Palmdale, CA, dental crowns are custom-fit to each patient for personalized and comfortable treatment.

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Dental Crown FAQs

Learn the answers to frequently asked questions about dental crowns below:

How long do dental crowns last?
With proper dental care, dental crowns can last patients for up to 30 years.

Am I a candidate for dental crowns?
Patients with all types of teeth can receive dental crowns. Broken teeth that still have the tooth root intact can receive dental crowns. Patients with missing teeth may also receive dental implants, dentures, or dental bridges that can be covered and protected with dental crowns. Treatment may be needed for patients with tooth decay, but they can receive dental crowns after the infection is removed. Me remove infection through a root canal procedure in our Lancaster or Palmdale office.

Is it painful to receive dental crowns?
A local anesthetic is used to numb the tooth that is receiving the dental crown, so the procedure shouldn’t be painful.

Can dental crowns fall out?
Yes, dental crowns can come loose as a result of tooth damage or decay. If you notice any changes in the fit of your crown, or if your dental crown falls out, be sure to contact Premier Dental Care. Our staff can schedule an appointment for you to receive a new crown that fits properly.

Request an Appointment

If you have damaged teeth and think you could benefit from dental crowns, contact Premier Dental Care today. Call our Lancaster office at (661) 948-6700 or schedule an appointment online here. You can call our Palmdale office at (661) 273-6565 and schedule an appointment online here.