Dental Crowns in San Antonio, TX
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What Are Dental Crowns?
Teeth that have been weakened by significant damage or tooth decay are fixed with a dental crown. Our state-of-the-art facility proudly offers crowns to San Antonio, TX men and women to cover and support the visible portion of a damaged tooth while also restoring its normal appearance and function. Crown restorations are designed to blend beautifully with your other teeth and could be performed to treat teeth that are fractured, decayed, oddly shaped, or from other types of structural damage. Crowns could also be combined into an appliance to function as a bridge or bonded to individual implants to treat teeth that have been lost. Schedule an appointment with our dental team at Leon Springs Dental Center to decide whether a custom-made dental crown can improve the health and aesthetics of your smile.
Who Is A Good Candidate for A Dental Crown Procedure?
The dental crown procedure for San Antonio, TX individuals typically takes place within two stages. During the initial visit, one of our talented dental experts will anesthetize the treatment area and may offer sedation dentistry solutions to enhance your comfort. Once the damaged portion is cleared away, an impression of the prepared tooth will be completed. A temporary restoration will be positioned over your tooth to allow for function and a lifelike aesthetic appeal throughout the time your customized restoration is being constructed. You will visit Leon Springs Dental Center 1 – 2 weeks afterward to have the interim crown taken off and the new dental restoration bonded to the tooth or dental implant.
At the end of the procedure, your new crown will be adjusted to ensure it feels comfortable in your mouth. Our team will talk to you about the best way to care for your crown and demonstrate proper flossing and brushing practices. During your biannual dental exams at our San Antonio, TX office, one of our dentists will track the condition of your dental crown along with your comprehensive oral health. When cared for properly, a dental crown can help preserve your tooth for years. In the instance that your custom restoration ever becomes dislodged or is no longer attached to your tooth, it's best to call Leon Springs Dental Center for help right away. Trying to repair or glue it back on yourself may result in damage to your crown and tooth.
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Even though I am the dentist here, I have to give kudos to Erin my hygienist!! I have had many others clean my teeth over the years and she did the BEST job I have had in years! Thank you Erin for doing such a great job on all of my patients. :) Dr. Walker
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Dr. Walker & her team are ROCK STARS ! They scheduled me in for an emergency dental procedure, and were professional from the moment I called to the time I left. I’ve been a patient for several years and I am beyond pleased with this practice.
Very efficient and personable staff. Always enjoy my visit and the service I receive.
Can’t recommend Leon Springs Dental Center enough. From the second I called to make my appointment, they had my needs at the top of their list. From asking about traumatic previous dentist appointments, what makes me feel comfortable, etc. They blew me out of the water before I even walked in their doors. The staff there is SO polite, everyone is working with each other & all have beautiful smiles! Lisa, Sabrina, Dr. Martinez all continuously made sure I was okay & explained every single thing they were doing to me and then again if I needed. Thank you Leon Springs Dental for making me comfortable and confident.
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Tooth decay, damaged teeth, and other types of conditions may be best addressed with a dental crown from our San Antonio, TX facility. This type of restoration may help protect your tooth from further damage while offering your normal functional abilities and a healthy-looking quality for your tooth. Call Leon Springs Dental Center to reserve a treatment consult with our dental professionals and find out if a dental crown or another restorative solution is ideal for your smile.