A damaged, broken, or misshapen tooth can affect your day-to-day well-being, causing discomfort and making you hesitant to smile and laugh.
At Pendergrass & Wilkie Dentistry, we can craft a custom-made dental crown to fully restore your tooth in one appointment.
Why do so many patients choose to have porcelain crowns placed at our dentistry practice in Amarillo, TX?
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If you have a broken tooth or signs of a potential root canal infection like a toothache, our dental team can help. We can treat your tooth and, if needed, protect it with a durable dental crown.
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What Happens During Dental Crown Treatment?
Benefits of Crowns
Repairing Your Natural Teeth
A dental crown, or cap, covers the entire exposed surface of your tooth, protecting it from further decay or damage that could require a tooth extraction. Following a serious infection or tooth fracture, a crown can preserve your tooth structure as best as possible. If you do require extraction, we can secure a crown to a dental implant.
Today's dental crowns are made from medical-grade dental ceramic or zirconia that is made to withstand as much pressure as a natural tooth. Typically, crowns can last more than a decade before needing to be replaced by our dentists. However, patients must maintain good oral hygiene and visit the dentist twice a year.
The Dental Crown Treatment Process Step-By-Step
We might recommend a same-day or traditional crown, which takes about a week to be fabricated.
Find Out if Crowns Are Right for You Contact Pendergrass and Wilkie Dentistry
If your teeth are damaged, stained, or require substantial restorative work, a dental crown could be just what you need. The sure way to find out is to request a consultation with Dr. Tyler L. Pendergrass and Dr. Eric S. Wilkie.
Our dentists can examine your teeth and recommend a suitable treatment option. To learn more, contact Pendergrass and Wilkie Dentistry. You can also reach our Amarillo, TX, dental office by phone.
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The Implant Placement Process
Experience the Same Great Care All Under One Roof
Not sure which kind of treatment you'll be eligible for? You'll have peace of mind at our versatile Amarillo office, whether you need implants or just a traditional dental crown.
Some dentistry offices will refer you out to specialists for implant placement. Our dentists, Dr. Wilkie and Dr. Pendergrass, provide implant surgery themselves, along with crown placements.
That means you can trust the same experienced team throughout your treatment. From explaining your candidacy, to placing a temporary crown, to revealing your final results, we can't wait to help you.
We also offer ways to make your treatment more affordable, like accepting CareCredit financing and offering a 5% cash discount. If you're ready to get started, contact our friendly Amarillo, TX, office staff or call
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Amarillo Patients Appreciate Our Dental Team
"I've been a patient at Pendergrass & Wilkie Dentistry for many, many years. I can't think of a better, more efficient and friendly dental firm. Dentists and techs there are well-trained, thorough, and dedicated to service. I recommend this outstanding practice enthusiastically." Jim Hutson
Same-Day Dental Crowns A Convenient Solution
We are proud to use CEREC technology at our Amarillo office. CEREC brings the precision and quality of a dental lab into our dental practice. You don't always need to wait weeks for a crown to be crafted. With CEREC, you can get a custom dental crown in just one visit.
The advanced CEREC dental system uses CAD/CAM technology to take digital impressions of a prepped tooth. From this digital impression, our dentists can design a custom crown using the system's 3D software. Minor adjustments can be made to ensure the crown fits the prepped tooth and keeps the bite in optimal alignment. Once final tweaks are made, we can then fabricate the crown out of a solid block of porcelain here at the office.
The great benefit of CEREC same-day crowns is that they allow our patients to undergo dental crown treatment in just one appointment. There is no need to take extra time off from work if you want a beautiful smile.
Dental Crown FAQ
How strong are CEREC dental crowns?Same-day CEREC crowns are made from high-quality porcelain. They are able to withstand the normal pressures of biting and chewing. In fact, these in-office crowns are of comparable quality to restorations fabricated at a dental lab.
How long do dental crowns last?
Porcelain, zirconia, and metal crowns can last 15 years or more with proper aftercare. Brushing the teeth twice a day, flossing the teeth daily, and seeing the dentist every six months are key elements of good oral health and hygiene.
Can dental crowns be placed on the front teeth?
Dental crowns can be placed on the front teeth. When crafting crowns for this highly visible area of the smile, we will make every effort to craft a restoration that looks as natural as possible. This may involve the use of high-quality materials and fabrication at our trusted lab.
Will I experience pain during treatment?
Patients will not experience discomfort during treatment because we administer a local anesthetic to completely numb the area. If anything, treatment relieves pain that the patient may have experienced due to a cavity or root canal infection.
Will I experience pain after treatment?
After treatment, patients may experience slight sensitivity; this can be alleviated with over-the-counter pain medication. You should also avoid chewing in the treated area for a couple of days.
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