Dental Crowns

Dental CrownsCrowns (or caps) is one of the specialties of our dental practice.  Although crowns are a common procedure among dentists, there is nothing ordinary about how we approach them.  At Ivy Rose Dental, we go beyond the call to make sure that every crown is engineered and placed just right.  At our location, Mansfield, Texas, we have state-of-the-art equipment that allows us to perform outstanding crowns.

How Crowns are Used

Crowns are a versatile dental tool that can solve or be part of a solution to various dental problems.  Our team has successfully used crowns in the following situations:

  • Attaching bridges
  • Covering implants
  • As a protection for a weakened tooth
  • To improve the cosmetics of a damaged or malformed tooth
  • Restoring fractured teeth
  • As a part of a root canal treatment

Breakthroughs in adhesives and porcelain milling have improved the durability and appearance of crowns significantly.  Hence, Ivy Rose Dental always makes use of the highest grade crown materials.  We also keep abreast to dental techniques that improve patient comfort and outcome.

Crafting Beautiful Crowns

The design and structure found within a natural tooth are simply astonishing.  The closest substance that our modern technologies have been able to match the appearance and feel of natural tooth is porcelain.  Yet, restoring a tooth with a crown involves more than just using good materials.  Crafting the crown takes a considerable amount of skill.  The team at Ivy Rose Dental prides itself on producing high-quality crowns that can meet the demands of the oral environment.

Lengthening of Crowns

Are you self-conscious about what you may consider to be a “gummy smile”? Ivy Rose Family Dentistry offers crown lengthening, which reshapes the gum line and exposes more the tooth structure to balance tissue and tooth proportion for a more attractive appearance. This procedure also provides access to the tooth structure that is below the gum line in case any restoration or repairs are needed later on.