What are they

All-Ceramic crowns are cosmetic dental restorations used to cap or completely cover a tooth being restored.

All-Ceramic crowns are translucent and are the most naturally looking tooth replacement. Only All-Ceramic crowns have such translucency.

The All-Ceramic crown can be the best choice for restoring a front tooth that is cracked or broken, or a tooth that is badly damaged and cannot be corrected with a veneer. All-Ceramic crowns offer natural looking dental restorations that are color matched to the surrounding teeth.

Cosmetic bonding and dental veneering are procedures sometimes used with All-Ceramic crowns to provide an unblemished natural look to a smile. These procedures can be used to restore both the strength and beauty of adjacent less damaged teeth that do not require All-Ceramic crowns.

Dental Crown Placement Procedure Time Frame

  • Time to complete – Dr. Clausen usually requires two dental visits to install a crown.
  • 1st procedure visit – Dr. Clausen makes an impression of the tooth and immediate gum-line. The impression is sent to a dental laboratory for fabrication. Dr. Clausen removes the natural crown and either shapes the tooth or prepares a dental implant for the crown to be fitted over it.  A temporary crown is provided until the permanent crown is ready.
  • 2nd visit – Dr. Clausen will replace the temporary crown and cement the finished permanent crown onto the tooth.

Disadvantages of All-Ceramic crowns

All-Ceramic Crowns require bonding to the existing tooth, and a dentist with expertise in this procedure. Dr. Clausen is highly skilled in both designing and placing All-Ceramic dental crowns correctly the first time. All-Ceramic crowns are not as strong as porcelain fused to a metal crowns or gold dental crowns.

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