A dental bridge can replace one or several missing teeth. Using two neighboring teeth to support it, a bridge is placed in the space where the missing tooth (or teeth) is. A bridge can be permanently cemented into place and appears natural.

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It is important to protect a natural tooth after a root canal or serious decay has damaged it. A crown is placed over the tooth, providing strength and support to it after it has been repaired.

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Dental Fillings

An extremely durable tooth colored bonding filling material is placed in the cavity after the decay has been removed.

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Partial & Full Dentures

Dentures help maintain the function and dimension of the mouth, as well as restore the face to a more natural shape. Without teeth, bone loss occurs and causes the face to be concave. You can replace a few or an entire set of teeth (upper and lower) with dentures.

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Preventative Care

Dental checkups performed with teeth cleanings are an essential part of oral and overall health, keeping teeth and soft tissue free of disease and helping to identify potential issues with the mouth.

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Dental Crowns in New York That Protect Your Smile

Arlington Dental offers dental crowns to restore your smile and act like your natural, permanent teeth.
Dental Crowns in New York That Protect Your Smile

Why Crowns?

A dental crown (or cap) is a protective restoration covering the entire tooth surface and restoring it to its original size and shape. When a tooth cannot be restored with a filling, a crown is used to:

  • protect and strengthen the tooth structure
  • as a solution to decayed teeth, large fillings, and fillings that have fractured.
Why Crowns?

What to Expect

Crowns and caps can add strength to a damaged tooth. During your visit, your dentist will work to improve the condition of your tooth – saving it from breaking down and needing to be extracted.

Before Treatment

Before your crown treatment, be sure to use preventative oral hygiene to ensure your teeth are as clean as possible. Be able to identify any problems you are having with your teeth and let our dental team know.

During Treatment

Your dentist prepares the existing tooth by removing the decay or damage and then reshaping it and reducing the size. Once the tooth is prepared, an impression of the tooth is created. We have a CEREC 3D CAD system, so we can create a crown and permanently place it over your tooth in just one visit.

But, the impression can also be done with a plastic-type material that is put into a tray or it. If it is done with the impression material, a plaster cast is made from the impression and sent to the lab, the lab uses the cast to create a crown/cap that fits over the existing tooth. This can take two or more visits to the dentist and several weeks to complete.

After Treatment

Your dental crown appointment will be beneficial to your overall oral health. If the impression is made digitally, the crown/cap can be designed and milled in the dentist's office while the patient waits. This high-tech approach uses first-rate composite blocks to fabricate the crown.

After crown treatment, here are a few things to keep in mind:

  • You may experience some discomfort. Be sure to get plenty of rest.
  • Maintain good oral hygiene in-between visits.
  • Schedule a follow-up visit with our dental office if you begin to experience any problems.



Your First Visit

A 3D digital scan will be taken at your first appointment and will be used to create your custom dental crown. During this first appointment, your dentist will also create a temporary crown for your tooth. You will wear the temporary crown for two to three weeks until a dental laboratory completes your new crown. The dental team at Arlington Dental will numb your tooth and prepare the tooth by removing any decay and shaping the surface to properly fit the crown. Your temporary crown will then be put in place with temporary cement, and your bite will be checked to ensure you are biting properly.
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Taking care of your oral health should fit within your schedule. We are open late and on weekends so you can get the care you need.

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Are you worried about the cost of a visit to install a dental crown? Don't panic. We work with over 200 dental insurance plans and flexible payment plans for your convenience.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What color are dental crowns?

They are tooth-colored.

Do tooth crowns ever need to be replaced?
Crowns are very durable and will last many years but may eventually need to be replaced like most dental restorations.