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Porcelain Crowns Salem OR


Happy, senior patient looking at himself and his porcelain crown in a mirror at Oak Park Dental in Salem, ORMaintaining dental health is crucial for overall well-being.

However, tooth structure deterioration due to various reasons like breakage, decay, or failed fillings can lead to oral complications.

To address such concerns effectively, the dental specialists at Oak Park Dental suggest porcelain crowns as a reliable method for restoring both functionality and aesthetics to affected teeth.

Dental crowns offer a durable and natural-looking solution, restoring patients' confidence in their smiles while ensuring optimal dental health.

What is a Porcelain Crown?


Porcelain crowns are dental prosthetics designed to cover and protect damaged or weakened teeth. Crafted from high-quality porcelain, these restorative devices offer longevity without compromising aesthetics.

Utilizing innovative technology, our experts at Oak Park Dental create customized porcelain crowns that closely resemble natural teeth, rendering them virtually invisible.

These crowns fit precisely over prepared teeth, restoring their shape, size, strength, and functionality. Whether it's structural damage or decay, addressing such issues promptly with porcelain crowns enables confident oral functions without compromising aesthetics or comfort.

Why You May Need a Dental Crown


The most common reasons for needing dental caps include:

•  Extensive Tooth Damage or Decay: Individuals with damaged teeth due to trauma, decay, or fractures benefit from porcelain crowns to restore structural integrity and prevent further deterioration.

•  Weak or Fractured Teeth: Weak or fractured teeth susceptible to further damage can be strengthened and protected by porcelain crowns, reducing the risk of fractures or breakage.

•  Cosmetic Imperfections: Porcelain crowns effectively conceal imperfections like discoloration or misalignment, enhancing smile aesthetics and boosting self-confidence.

•  Failed Fillings or Root Canal Treatments: Porcelain crowns offer added protection to teeth following root canal treatment or failed fillings, ensuring long-term stability and functionality.

•  Desire for Long-Term Dental Restoration: Individuals seeking long-term dental restoration solutions with enduring aesthetics and functionality find porcelain crowns beneficial.

How to Prepare for Porcelain Crowns


Preparing for porcelain crowns involves a comprehensive dental examination to assess tooth and gum condition. Any existing dental issues like decay or infection are addressed before crown placement.

Dental impressions are taken to fabricate custom crowns, and temporary crowns may be placed if needed. Patients are advised to maintain good oral hygiene and follow pre-operative instructions for optimal results.

The Dental Crown Procedure


First, the patient will have a consultation appointment to discuss the different aspects of the procedure.

When you come in for your first crown appointment we will begin the procedure by administering local anesthetic to the site of the procedure.

This should make the surgery painless as we begin to shape the tooth. The tooth is shaped to remove any damaged parts of the enamel and to give the crown a strong foundation.

The dentist will take measurements of the newly shaped tooth to have your porcelain crown made. We will send you home with a temporary crown.

When your permanent crown is ready, you will come back in for a second appointment.

They will then place the porcelain crown over the patient's tooth and cement it in place, making sure it fits securely and properly.

Types of Porcelain Crowns


Porcelain crowns come in various types tailored to address different dental concerns, from structural damage to aesthetic considerations.

•  All-Porcelain Crowns: Made entirely of porcelain, these crowns offer a natural appearance and feel, making them ideal for visible teeth.

•  Porcelain-Fused-to-Metal (PFM) Crowns: Combining the strength of metal with the aesthetic appeal of porcelain, PFM crowns provide versatility and durability for both front and back teeth.

Dental Crowns in Salem OR


For practical and durable restorative solutions, schedule a consultation with our dentists at Oak Park Dental by calling (971) 600-0211!
Serving Salem Keizer Community since 1987

We provide dental services for the entire family from children to older adults. Our entire team of caring Doctors, hygienists and support staff pride ourselves on a high level of patient care.

Using the latest in modern dental technology our services range from sealants to complex implant surgery. Our goal is a comfortable experience for our patients with beautiful results.


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