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Dental Crowns


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Dental Crowns

What Are Dental Crowns?

A dental crown is a dental restoration treatment where a cap is bonded to a tooth. The crown is usually shaped and colored to match the tooth, as a way of reinforcing it and protecting it from further damage. 


It’s a little like putting a cast on a broken leg. The only difference is that, since the teeth can’t repair themselves the way a broken bone can, the crown usually stays in place. 


If you think you may need dental crowns in Glendale, we’d be happy to help

Why Do You Need Dental Crown?

A tooth crown has a few potential purposes, but for the most part, it helps to support a tooth that has had significant damage. These are the situation when we’d normally recommend a dental cap. 


  • Severe cavities or decay

  • Following root canal treatment

  • Severe damage to the tooth structure, like breakage or cracks

  • Following a major dental filling where there isn’t enough health enamel left intact

What Are Dental Crowns Made Of?

Dental caps can be made of a few different materials. These are the ones we normally use for dental crowns in Glendale: 


  • Porcelain 

  • Metal 

  • Zirconia 

  • Composite resin, especially for temporary crowns

Steps of Placing a Dental Crown

Getting a crown will usually require two appointments. Here’s how we break down the process. 

First Appointment 

First, we will book you in for a consultation to make sure that a crown is right for you. 

  • During the first appointment, your dentist or hygienist will clean and examine your teeth. 

  • If needed, we will numb the area and remove old restorations and decayed material. 

  • Once your teeth are prepared, we will take a digital impression of your teeth, in order to prepare a custom crown that will fit you perfectly. 

  • Finally, we will apply a temporary crown to protect your teeth while the final crown is being prepared. 

Second Appointment

Once your custom crown is ready, we will book you in for placement. 


  • We will remove the temporary crown, and check the fit of your new crown. 

  • If all is well, we will numb the area. 

  • Finally, we will apply a bonding material, and fit your final cap in place. 

Dental Crowns at Sparr Heights Smiles

At Spar Heights Smiles, we’re ready to take care of you and your teeth! We believe in a people-centered approach to dentistry, which means always honoring your desires. If you believe you may need a tooth crown, book your consultation appointment and we will get you on the path for healthy teeth and a happy smile. 

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