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Dental Crowns

When dental fillings aren't sufficient, consider dental crowns for comprehensive smile restoration. Dr. Mark Givan specializes in dental crowns that not only provide structural support but also seamlessly match your natural tooth color, ensuring a harmonious and aesthetically pleasing result. These versatile restorations are designed to encase and protect damaged or weakened teeth, offering reinforcement after decay, fractures, or root canal therapy.

At our Fort Worth, TX office, patient satisfaction and comfort are our top priorities. To explore the benefits of dental crowns, contact us at 817-926-5556 to schedule a consultation with Dr. Mark Givan. During this visit, you'll receive a comprehensive assessment of your oral health, discuss treatment options, and have your questions addressed.

Our commitment to exceptional dental care extends to creating a positive and welcoming environment. From your initial contact with our office to the completion of your dental crown procedure, our team is dedicated to ensuring a stress-free and personalized experience.

Invest in both the health and aesthetics of your smile with dental crowns. Trust Dr. Mark Givan and our skilled team for top-notch dental care tailored to your unique needs. Contact us today to begin your journey toward a stronger, more beautiful smile.

Dental Crowns FAQ

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What is a dental crown, and why might I need one?

A dental crown is a cap or covering that is placed over a damaged or weakened tooth to restore its shape, size, strength, and appearance. Crowns are used to protect and support a tooth with a large filling, after root canal treatment, to cover a dental implant, or to improve the appearance of a misshapen or discolored tooth.

How long does it take to get a dental crown?

The process of getting a dental crown typically involves two visits. During the first visit, the dentist prepares the tooth, takes impressions, and places a temporary crown. The impressions are sent to a dental laboratory where the permanent crown is custom-made. The second visit, which occurs a few weeks later, involves removing the temporary crown and cementing the permanent one in place.

How long do dental crowns last?

The lifespan of a dental crown depends on various factors, including oral hygiene practices, eating habits, and the material used for the crown. Regular dental check-ups are important to monitor the condition of the crown and address any issues promptly.

Can a dental crown be replaced or repaired if damaged?

In some cases, a dental crown can be repaired if it has minor damage, such as chipping or cracking. However, extensive damage may require replacement. Regular dental check-ups help identify any issues with existing crowns, and the dentist can recommend the appropriate course of action based on the specific situation.


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