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What Is A Dental Crown?

A dental crown, or sometimes called a "cap," is a cover that encases an entire tooth surface, helping to return it to its original size and shape. A dental crown protects and strengthens tooth structure that cannot be restored with other types of dental restorations.

Porcelain dental crowns are durable and last many years with good oral hygiene. Like most restorations, they may need to be replaced after a number of years. A porcelain dental crown is made to match the same shape, size, and color of your other teeth, giving you a long-lasting, beautiful smile.

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Common Reason For Dental Crowns

There are a number of reasons for crafting dental crowns:

  • To protect and cover a weak tooth, likely because of decay under an old filling.

  • For broken tooth repair.

  • To help stabilize sections of a cracked tooth.

  • To cover and strengthen a tooth where there is very little tooth structure remaining.

  • To repair a severely worn down tooth.

  • To anchor a dental bridge in place.

  • To encase a dental implant.

  • Reinforce a root canal.

  • To repair misshaped or severely discolored teeth.

What Does Getting a Dental Crown Involve?

A crown procedure usually requires two appointments.

First Appointment

  • Precision impressions (or molds) that are used to create your custom crown.

  • An impression will also be used to create a temporary crown that will stay on your tooth for approximately three weeks while your permanent crown is fabricated by our dental laboratory.

  • We will prepare the tooth by removing decay and shaping the surface to provide a stable foundation for the dental crown.

  • Place a temporary crown and check your occlusion (bite).

  • All of our dental work is crafted in the USA and Canada.

Second Appointment

  • Remove temporary crown.

  • Clean the tooth.

  • Place the permanent crown and ensure the spacing and bite are accurate.

Good oral hygiene, proper eating habits, and regular dental visits will aid in the life of dental crowns.

Are Dental Implant Crowns Different?

The only difference between a dental crown and a dental implant crown is the implant. An implant replaces a missing tooth or a tooth that needs to be extracted. Click here for more information on dental implants.

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Our patients love the individual attention and care they receive at Robertsdale Dental Care, and we are confident you will too.

Why Patients Choose Us


Relief from your dental issue and from the anxiety that often accompanies dental problems is at the heart of Robertsdale Dental Care.


Robertsdale Dental Care understands your issue, including the emotions that can surround dental health. We long to offer kindness and comfort to fellow humans. Regardless of what makes you "you," we welcome you here.


We are grateful that you are considering us as your dental health provider, or are already part of our family. We look forward to taking care of you and showing kindness with each moment you are with us.

Experienced Staff

Our hygienists and dental assistant staff have an average of 15 years of experience. Including the doctors, we have a combined 236 years of dental health practice.


We recognize and know that many patients experience dental anxiety. We're here to help. We have multiple sedation options to help make sure your experience is enjoyable, and we always communicate what to expect.


We practice general dentistry and provide advanced dental procedures. From dental exams to dental implants, we make it convenient so you don't have to make multiple visits to different dental health providers.

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Our dental assistant staff and hygienists have an average of 15 years of experience. Including the doctors, we have a combined 236 years of dental health practice.

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