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Dental Crowns in Kingston, ON

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What are Dental Crowns?

A dental crown, often called a “cap,” is a vital solution for protecting teeth that have been compromised by decay, infection, or injury. When a tooth is too damaged for a simple filling but not damaged enough for an extraction, a dental crown offers the perfect solution. These crowns are custom-made to restore the original shape, size, and strength of the affected tooth. Crafted from materials such as porcelain, ceramic, metal, or a combination, dental crowns ensure both durability and a natural appearance, making them a versatile option for tooth restoration.

5 Signs You May Need A Crown

Large Fillings

When a filling is excessively large, it can weaken the tooth and increase the likelihood of cracking.


Tooth Decay

Significant tooth decay can erode enamel, making the tooth more vulnerable to fractures.


Cracked or Fractured Teeth

Cracks in a tooth can allow bacteria to enter, leading to infections that can spread if not addressed.


After Root Canal Treatment

Teeth that have undergone root canal treatment often require a crown to protect the structure from breaking.


Cosmetic Enhancements

Crowns can improve the appearance of discoloured or misshapen teeth, providing a more aesthetically pleasing smile.

Why choose Dr. K and Associates Dental Centre for Dental Implants?

At Dr. K and Associates Dental Centre, Dr. K has over 20 years of experience in providing exceptional dental crowns to her patients. Our dedicated team of dental professionals offers personalized care, ensuring that each patient receives top-notch treatment for their dental needs. By utilizing state-of-the-art technology and the latest techniques, we guarantee that our patients receive the most advanced and effective treatments to protect and restore their teeth.

Dr. K and Associates Dental Centre

2802A Princess St,

Kingston, ON K7P 1W9

(613) 634-0402

West End of Kingston, near the Cataraqui Mall

Dental Crowns Matter

Dental crowns play a vital role for patients with damaged, decayed, or weakened teeth. They not only protect and strengthen the remaining natural tooth structure but also prevent additional damage or decay, ensuring long-term dental health and functionality.

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Common Questions About Dental Crowns

What is the process of getting a dental crown like?

Typically, getting a dental crown requires two visits. Here’s a quick overview of the process:


Two-Visit Procedure:


• First Visit: The dentist shapes the damaged tooth to support the crown and creates an impression 

• Second Visit: The crown is fitted onto the prepared tooth.

How do temporary dental crowns work?

Temporary dental crowns protect your tooth while your permanent crown is being made. They are usually made of a type of acrylic/polymer and are cemented in place with temporary adhesive.


Why Use Temporary Dental Crowns?


• Protection: They cover your tooth to keep it safe.

• Function: They let you use your tooth normally.

• Appearance: They keep your smile looking good.


Caring for Your Temporary Crown:


• Avoid Sticky or Hard Foods: These can damage or move the crown.

• Maintain Good Oral Hygiene: Brush and floss gently to keep your crown and tooth healthy.


By following these tips, you can ensure your temporary crown stays in place and protects your tooth until your permanent crown is ready.

How long do dental crowns last?

With the right care and maintenance, dental crowns can last anywhere from 5 to 15 years. The longevity of a crown is influenced by factors like the material it’s made from, the position of the tooth, and your oral hygiene practices.

Are dental crowns painful?

Dental crown procedures typically aren’t painful, though they may cause some mild discomfort. Our dedicated team of dental professionals is committed to making your experience as comfortable as possible, ensuring any discomfort is kept to a minimum.

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(613) 634-0402

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