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Treatment Overview

Dental crown

A traditional crown is placed directly on top of an existing tooth. 

Traditional Dental Crown

Treatment is typically split into two appointments. During the first, Dr. Gase will use a local anesthetic on and around your damaged tooth. Once you are comfortable, he will use a special tool to file down the outside of your tooth. This step removes unwanted decay while making room for the new crown.

Then, he will take an impression of your resized tooth that will be used to manufacture your new crown at an off-site lab. You may be given a temporary crown to protect your tooth until it is finished. After your new crown arrives, Dr. Gase will use a strong bonding agent to attach the crown to your natural tooth. For certain patients, our office offers same-day crowns, as well. 

 

Implant-supported crowns are anchored with a dental implant that fits into the jawbone. 

Implant-Supported Crown

The timeline for an implant-supported crown is longer than a traditional dental crown. First, Dr. Gase will determine if you have adequate jawbone density to support an implant. If needed, a bone graft can be performed to ensure there is adequate bone mass near the implant site, although this will usually add several months to your treatment timeline.

Implant placement typically lasts around one to two hours. The surgery can be performed using a combination of local anesthesia, general anesthesia, or sedation. Once your implant has been successfully placed any incisions in your gums will be sutured closed. The implant site usually needs three to six months on average to heal. Depending on your procedure, you may be given a temporary bridge or crown until your permanent crown is manufactured.

After your implant has fused with the surrounding bone tissue, an abutment can be added that will connect your implant to your crown. Once this has healed, we can place the final crown. 

Contact Us Today

If you have a missing or damaged tooth, a dental crown can deliver peace of mind by restoring oral function and filling the gaps in your smile. If you are ready to schedule your first appointment with Dr. Gase, please contact us online or call (513) 268-2037.

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