Dental Crowns in NYC

Dental Crowns in NYC

With a tooth-shaped cap placed over a damaged tooth, you can restore its size and appearance. Dental crowns in NYC could be the perfect restoration treatment for you. Learn more and book a consultation at our New York dental surgery.

What are Dental Crowns?

Crowns are special caps that are cemented into place on top of your existing teeth. They are used to restore the appearance of a tooth, including its shape and size. Crowns also help to improve tooth strength and can prevent future cavities.

Crowns encase existing material to cover the entirety of an existing tooth, This includes the top, sides, and bottom, right down to the gumline.

Multiple dental crowns in NYC

Is Dental Crown Procedure Right for Me?

You may need a dental crown or multiple dental crowns in NYC if you:

  • Need support for a tooth that has a large filling, with little natural material left.
  • Need a crown to hold a dental bridge in its place.
  • Want to cover discolored or misshapen teeth.
  • Want cosmetic modifications for your smile.
  • Have a broken or worn tooth that needs to be repaired.
  • Need protection for a cracked tooth.
  • Need to restore an implant

If you want to explore the potential of dental crowns in NYC, schedule an appointment at our clinic today.

How do Dental Crowns in NYC Work?

Dental crowns work primarily by strengthening teeth. They also provide a layer of protection to prevent further damage or decay. Crowns are bonded to the tooth using dental cement and can be made from resins and metals.

If you have a tooth weakened by damage, decay, or a large filling, a crown will help to preserve it and lessen the likelihood that you will need extraction and implants in the future.

Benefits of Dental Crown

What are the Benefits of Dental Crowns?

Crowns offer significant benefits that make them popular in modern dentistry.

  • Your tooth will gain protection from decay.
  • Strength will be increased (sometimes essential after a large filling).
  • Most crowns can be applied in as little as two appointments, and rarely exceed four.
  • Crowns feel natural in the mouth, so patients get used to them quickly.
  • They are a relatively affordable way to protect or improve your smile.

Components Used in the Procedure

The procedure for dental crowns in NYC involves a dental adhesive and the crown material. The adhesive is used to bond the crown to the tooth. The quality of the crown itself will determine how long it will last.

Most crowns today are made from:

  • All-porcelain.
  • All-ceramic.
  • All-resin.
  • Porcelain fused to metal.
  • Metal alloys including gold and platinum.

About EMAX Dental Crowns

EMAX dental crowns in NYC are made from a 100% ceramic material. They look and feel completely natural and are long-lasting. Unlike resin crowns, the EMAX procedure doesn’t require a metal base, so there’s no darkening along the gumline.

If you need a crown for teeth that are visible in your smile, consider EMAX for your procedure. You can contact us now to learn more about cost and availability.

About Zirconia Dental Crowns

Zirconia crowns are the strongest dental crowns available today. Made from zirconium silicate, this material offers a natural look and 100% biocompatibility to prevent infection and allergic reactions. Porcelain crowns can chip in some cases, but a zirconia crown never will. Zirconia is also known to bond better with natural teeth and is often recommended by dentists for this reason.

Book a Consultation With a Leading NYC Dental Team

Dental crowns can restore your teeth and protect your smile for the years to come. Never take your oral health and the appearance of your teeth for granted. Contact us now and schedule a consultation to see how dental crowns could work for you.

To learn more about dental crowns in NYC or to book an appointment, we welcome you to contact Dr. Condos and his dental esthetic team at  212-799-6900.

We welcome you to watch the following videos for more information

Failed Large Filling

Bridge Versus an Implant

Single Crown (Impression)

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