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Why Wear A Dental Crown?

The extensive purpose of a tooth crown in Long Beach offers quality solutions to a variety of dental concerns

A dental crown, sometimes referred to as a tooth cap, is a way to provide damaged or weakened teeth a strong support system against further erosion, decay, or various injuries. The crown acts as a shield of armor that coats the exterior surface of your teeth, allowing for both cosmetic and functionality improvements in day to day use. The most common reasons that a patient might need a dental crown could involve protecting a cracked or chipped tooth, correcting misshaped or discolored teeth, securing the remains of a natural tooth after a root canal, or even permanently replacing an extracted or otherwise lost tooth by attaching it to the top of a dental implant. As you can see, the benefits of this dental procedure are immense and have become increasingly more popular every year through advancements in modern technology, which is regularly providing better treatment and material options. The formation of these dental crowns is completely customized to the mouth of an individual, allowing for an entirely natural look that matches in both shape and color to the rest of your natural teeth. If you believe you can benefit from the use of a dental crown, we would love to help. Give us a call today so we can get your appointment scheduled right away!
A dental crown, sometimes referred to as a tooth cap, is a way to provide damaged or weakened teeth a strong support system against further erosion, decay, or various injuries. The crown acts as a shield of armor that coats the exterior surface of your teeth, allowing for both cosmetic and functionality improvements in day to day use. The most common reasons that a patient might need a dental crown could involve protecting a cracked or chipped tooth, correcting misshaped or discolored teeth, securing the remains of a natural tooth after a root canal, or even permanently replacing an extracted or otherwise lost tooth by attaching it to the top of a dental implant. As you can see, the benefits of this dental procedure are immense and have become increasingly more popular every year through advancements in modern technology, which is regularly providing better treatment and material options. The formation of these dental crowns is completely customized to the mouth of an individual, allowing for an entirely natural look that matches in both shape and color to the rest of your natural teeth. If you believe you can benefit from the use of a dental crown, we would love to help. Give us a call today so we can get your appointment scheduled right away!

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How Your Tooth Becomes Crowned

We go into the specifics of your treatment with you surrounding a dental crown in Long Beach

Receiving a quality dental crown in Long Beach will often require two visits to the dentist in order to ensure a perfectly functional, and beautifully refined final outcome. During your very first visit, the dentist will provide a thorough dental examination to assess your specific dental needs moving forward, this is a process that involves digital x-rays and a visual observation in order to confirm that no dental treatment is required prior to the crowning procedure. After your evaluation, the dentist will utilize a dental impression to get a detailed mold of the affected area and surrounding teeth, this is to ensure that the dental crown is created to perfectly fit within its specific surroundings. While awaiting your permanent crown to be created in our lab, most patients will receive a temporary crown that is meant to last until your next appointment at our office. Once your crown is completed, the dentist will then call for you to return to the office and carefully check to make sure that the final product fits comfortably and accurately into its designated location, making any minor adjustments necessary to guarantee a correct bite and a natural feel. After your comfort is confirmed and adjustments are made, the dental crown will be permanently bonded to the surface using a quality dental cement and curing light. Crowns are most typically created by fusing porcelain to the surface of metal, which allows for a beautiful and natural-looking addition to your smile that can last for many years to come. Give us a call at (562) 999-3602 or click the 'appointments' button below if you have any questions regarding the process of receiving a tooth crown in Long Beach.
Receiving a quality dental crown in Long Beach will often require two visits to the dentist in order to ensure a perfectly functional, and beautifully refined final outcome. During your very first visit, the dentist will provide a thorough dental examination to assess your specific dental needs moving forward, this is a process that involves digital x-rays and a visual observation in order to confirm that no dental treatment is required prior to the crowning procedure. After your evaluation, the dentist will utilize a dental impression to get a detailed mold of the affected area and surrounding teeth, this is to ensure that the dental crown is created to perfectly fit within its specific surroundings. While awaiting your permanent crown to be created in our lab, most patients will receive a temporary crown that is meant to last until your next appointment at our office. Once your crown is completed, the dentist will then call for you to return to the office and carefully check to make sure that the final product fits comfortably and accurately into its designated location, making any minor adjustments necessary to guarantee a correct bite and a natural feel. After your comfort is confirmed and adjustments are made, the dental crown will be permanently bonded to the surface using a quality dental cement and curing light. Crowns are most typically created by fusing porcelain to the surface of metal, which allows for a beautiful and natural-looking addition to your smile that can last for many years to come. Give us a call at (562) 999-3602 or click the 'appointments' button below if you have any questions regarding the process of receiving a tooth crown in Long Beach.



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We Protect Teeth!
We Protect Teeth!

A dental crown in Long Beach is just one of the many ways
that we stand up for your smile

At Long Beach Family Dentist, we are fully committed to protecting the smiles and oral health of every single patient that visits our office for treatment. Having a staff that is dedicated to providing excellent service on a daily basis is our foundation for success, and having the ability to connect with individuals on a personal level to provide consistent comfort and understanding is what makes us shine above other dental practices. Give us a call today!

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"Caring For Your Crown is Easy"

"Caring For Your Crown is Easy"

With proper care, a dental crown in Long Beach can last well over 15 years

"A dental crown provides quality protection to teeth that are in need, and can last the rest of your life if taken care of properly. Some advice that I like to give our patients after receiving the treatment will assist in the longevity of these amazing dental additions. A tooth crown can be taken care of just as if it were natural, allowing you to continue brushing and flossing as if nothing has changed. Be sure to effectively clean all surrounding teeth and their surface areas by carefully flossing any food debris out of these pockets before brushing. This will allow for the remaining hygiene process to be much more effective, including brushing and rinsing with a dental grade mouth wash. You can take steps to avoid any potential damage to your dental crown, as well as your natural teeth by avoiding bad habits such as biting nails, chewing ice, or excessively consuming very hard foods such as nuts and solid candy. Your Long Beach Family Dentist is sure to create quality dental crowns that are built to last, and taking proper care of them will guarantee a lifetime of security and comfort. Contact our office today if you have any questions regarding your upcoming or recent dental crown in Long Beach."

"A dental crown provides quality protection to teeth that are in need, and can last the rest of your life if taken care of properly. Some advice that I like to give our patients after receiving the treatment will assist in the longevity of these amazing dental additions. A tooth crown can be taken care of just as if it were natural, allowing you to continue brushing and flossing as if nothing has changed. Be sure to effectively clean all surrounding teeth and their surface areas by carefully flossing any food debris out of these pockets before brushing. This will allow for the remaining hygiene process to be much more effective, including brushing and rinsing with a dental grade mouth wash. You can take steps to avoid any potential damage to your dental crown, as well as your natural teeth by avoiding bad habits such as biting nails, chewing ice, or excessively consuming very hard foods such as nuts and solid candy. Your Long Beach Family Dentist is sure to create quality dental crowns that are built to last, and taking proper care of them will guarantee a lifetime of security and comfort. Contact our office today if you have any questions regarding your upcoming or recent dental crown in Long Beach."

Dr. Arkady Tsibol
Long Beach Family Dentist
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