First-Rate Dental Crowns in Stoney Creek and Hamilton
Hamilton Dental crowns, also known as caps, can help you get your smile back. A missing tooth can affect your self-esteem, ability to eat, and even your ability to speak. A dental filling can plug a hole in your tooth, but a dental crown is used to completely encase the tooth when it needs reinforcement to withstand biting forces.
At Gateshead Dental, we have over 30 years of experience working with dental crowns in the Hamilton and Stoney Creek communities. Our dental crowns are made in a laboratory and fit precisely over the tooth structure. We treat our patients like family and will make sure that you get the treatment that’s right for you.
How Do I Get a Dental Crown?
The dental crown procedure is easy when you come to Gateshead Dental. We will:
Take an X-ray to identify the problem and perform any tooth decay treatment that’s needed.
Prepare the tooth for fitting.
Make sure that your new dental crown is customized just for you, so that you have proper fit, bite, esthetics and a long-lasting tooth.
The life span of a dental crown usually depends on the level of home care. Good oral hygiene will protect the crown and tooth underneath from decay and gum disease.
At Gateshead Dental we make sure the dental crown experience is as pleasant as possible. Our crowns return damaged teeth back to their ideal function while flawlessly blending with the rest of your natural smile.
Why Do I Need Hamilton Dental Crowns?
There are many situations when a dentist might recommend a crown. These include:
Protecting a weakened tooth that’s at risk of breaking apart. This can be a cracked tooth, a tooth with a large filling, or a tooth that has undergone a Root Canal Treatment.
Covering a tooth that has already been broken or has a lot of surface wear.
Keeping a dental bridge in place while holding false teeth (called pontics) in between two crowns at either end of the bridge.
Bridges are similar to dental crowns, but they include solid teeth-like pontics to fill missing tooth spaces. If you’re only missing a couple of teeth and don’t want dentures or implants, a dental bridge may be the best option.
It can take two visits to complete your bridge. Our experienced team will make you feel at home while we work on your bridge. When it’s done you’ll have your smile back.
If you have questions about this procedure or any of the services we offer, call our office today. One of our team members will be happy to assist you!