More About Crowns
A crown – also known as a cap – is a custom-made artificial restoration that permanently covers your teeth. It restores the appearance, function and shape of your teeth. Often made of porcelain, dental crowns act as a durable solution for tooth decay, cracks and discolorations.
Dental crowns are a long-term option for treating dental health issues as they can last for up to 15 years. They protect your teeth from further damage if you are experiencing tooth decay. They also support your teeth and healing process if you have recently had a root canal or dental implant procedure.
When you have chipped or cracked teeth, dental crowns will be placed over your tooth to visibly and physically revitalize your smile. Getting a crown when you need one will restore and often completely save your tooth’s shape, size and strength.
While there are different types of dental crowns, most of our patients choose a porcelain-finished crown because of its ability to blend right in with their existing smile.
If you are experiencing tooth decay or damage, contact us to create a treatment plan for you.
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Patient First Approach
We use plain language to explain the current state of each patient’s oral health, so they have a thorough understanding of what needs to be done.
We offer a warm and welcoming environment in which patients feel comfortable discussing their needs. We work to learn about the unique needs of each patient so we can provide optimum dental care.
Our office is located at King Station on the TTC subway Line 1 in Scotia Plaza at 40 King Street West, in the PATH level (concourse), next to the food court. Our bright and welcoming office operates from early in the morning, ensuring that you can schedule appointments whenever you need them.
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