Dental Crowns Cumming

Customized Dental Crowns with Pain-Free Placement

Woman smiling at her dentist after getting dental crowns in Cumming

Over the years, teeth can sustain decay, damage, and infections that put them at risk of becoming missing. Our team at Bragg Dental understands the value of your natural smile, which is why we always focus on preserving compromised teeth whenever possible. In many cases, this involves strengthening and protecting them with restorations like dental crowns in Cumming. Our dentists use a variety of high-quality materials like ceramic, zirconia, and porcelain to craft restorations that can flawlessly incorporate with your smile.

Why Choose Bragg Dental for Dental Crowns?

  • Natural-Looking & Durable Dental Crowns
  • Pain-Free Treatment with The Wand
  • Conservative & Comprehensive Care

What Is a Dental Crown?

Dental crown covering a tooth in a model of the mouth

Dental crowns themselves are small, cap-like structures that are cemented over teeth with large fillings, that have been treated with root canal therapy, or are damaged. Dr. Bragg and Dr. McTier use high-quality dental ceramic, zirconia, and porcelain to create crowns that can stand daily wear and tear as well as have a natural aesthetic that blends in with surrounding teeth. In many cases, patients are able to preserve teeth that may otherwise further deteriorate or become missing had they not been protected.

The Dental Crown Process

Illustrated dental crown being fitted over a tooth

After any primary treatments have been completed, like root canals, one of our dentists in Cumming will prepare the tooth for the restoration by removing a very small portion of enamel. This will allow the crown to fit atop the tooth while remaining aligned and even with surrounding teeth. We’ll take a digital impression of the tooth that will be sent off to our dental laboratory to craft the restoration. Once the permanent crown is finished, we’ll make sure that it fits your tooth perfectly and looks identical to your surrounding teeth before removing the temporary crown and cementing the new one.

Benefits of Dental Crowns

Smiling older woman sitting in dental chair

Dental crowns offer a variety of benefits, including:

  • They’re custom-crafted to blend in with your smile instead of highlighting damaged teeth.
  • Made from durable materials that don’t wear easily and can last for up to 20 years.
  • Crowns prevent the need for tooth extractions or tooth loss, which can be more costly than preserving the natural teeth.
  • They can protect and strengthen teeth, as well as be incorporated into dental prosthetics to replace teeth.