Dental Crowns in Spokane | Grand Corner Dental

Dental Crowns in Spokane, WA

Are you struggling with damaged or decayed teeth? Look no further than Grand Corner Dental in Spokane. Led by Dr. Stephen Griffith, our team specializes in dental crowns—a restorative treatment that not only improves your oral health but also enhances your smile. Dental crowns are tooth-shaped "caps" placed over a tooth to restore its shape, size, strength, and appearance. They are tailor-made to fit snugly and function just like your natural teeth. Whether you're dealing with a large cavity, a cracked tooth, or you've just had a root canal, dental crowns can help you regain a healthy, vibrant smile.

Why Should I Get a Dental Crown?

Dental crowns are an effective solution for various dental issues. If you have a weak tooth at risk of breaking or a tooth that's already broken, a crown will hold it together and protect it from further damage. Crowns are also used to cover severely discolored teeth, giving you a whiter, more confident smile. Plus, if you've lost a tooth, a crown can be used in conjunction with a dental implant, providing a functional and aesthetic replacement. With dental crowns, Dr. Griffith can help you maintain your oral health and improve your overall quality of life.

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The Benefits Of Dental Crowns

Improved Appearance

Dental crowns are custom-made to match the color, shape, and size of your natural teeth. They cover the entire visible portion of the tooth, effectively hiding any flaws such as discoloration, chips, or cracks. With dental crowns, you can have a natural-looking smile that boosts your self-esteem and confidence.

Enhanced Strength and Durability

Dental crowns are made from durable materials such as porcelain, ceramic, or metal. They provide a strong protective cover for your damaged tooth, preventing further wear, decay, or damage. With proper care, dental crowns can last up to 15 years, making them a long-term solution for oral health issues.

Restored Functionality

A damaged or decayed tooth can make it difficult to chew or speak properly. Dental crowns restore the functionality of your teeth, allowing you to eat your favorite foods without discomfort and speak clearly. They also help maintain the structure of your mouth and alignment of your teeth.

The Dental Crown Treatment Process

Initial Consultation

During your first visit, Dr. Griffith will examine your oral health to determine if a dental crown is the right solution for you. He may take X-rays to check the roots of the tooth and surrounding bone. If a crown is suitable, he'll prepare your tooth for the treatment.

Tooth Preparation

To prepare your tooth for a crown, Dr. Griffith will remove the outer portion of the tooth so the crown will fit. If additional tooth structure is needed to support the crown, he will build up the core of the tooth.

Crown Placement

Once your custom-made crown is ready, Dr. Griffith will place it over your prepared tooth and make necessary adjustments to ensure a perfect fit. The crown is then cemented into place, providing you with a strong, healthy, and attractive tooth.

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