Dental Crowns

The Ultimate Smile Makeover: How Dental Crowns Can Renew Your Confidence

Picture this: You are looking through old pictures and you find one where you are not happy. Why? because of always feeling unattractive due to your teeth. Global Implant Dentistry takes away those memories with dental crowns today. A confident smile gets to enjoy in a number of ways amongst them knowing the unmatched advantages of dental crowns.

What distinguishes dental crowns from other dental treatments? 

The Durability Behind the Smile 

Beyond being just a mere aesthetic solution, they function as a protective barrier to your tooth. As here in  Global Implant Dentistry,  we value longevity and durability. What differs is that a crown would wrap the whole part of your tooth, giving back its original shape while strengthening said teeth from future destruction.

Usually made from the likes of porcelain, a strong material, a dental crown has an impressive lifespan. They protect the teeth like superheroes, offering more than a superficial fix.

The convergence of aesthetics and functionality 

Crowns are a mixture of art and science for optimal strength with the best possible aesthetics. At our clinic, every crown not only possesses the necessary amount of strength it requires having but has pleasing aesthetics too. So that crowns are almost the same as those of your real teeth in form and function.

Our dental crowns exceed at blending beauty with function. More than restoring teeth, they enhance a smile – who knows, maybe even change a life.

The Technology Behind Dental Crowns 

Cutting-Edge Materials 

Materials have significantly contributed to the evolution of dental crowns. At Global Implant Dentistry, we use ceramics and porcelain that are at the top quality in that they are strong as well as non-hazardous to one’s body. These materials also resemble natural teeth so that a smile may be made that suits nature and is capable of lasting long.

Precision Crafting: The Digital Dentistry Revolution 

Precision 3D imaging and CAD systems make our digital dentistry revolution, allowing for perfectly fit crowns. Our technology ensures a custom-fit crown, enhancing the appearance, shape, and functioning of the tooth.

The Procedure Explained 

Assessment And Preparation

Begin the first step towards the perfect crown at Global Implant Dentistry. We examine your tooth according to the smallest details which enable us to identify an ideal method tailored for precision and personalization. The preparation of your tooth goes a long way in making it careful to a personalized crown.

Crafting Your Crown:

Impressions of your tooth are sent to our experienced lab technicians so your crown will be matched to the shape, color, and size of YOUR tooth. This is the part where artistry and science really do get married – who knew your old, decayed tooth could

The Fitting Session: 

After the fitting session you would be given aftercare where we would adjust and fit the crown properly to see that it gives full comfort and functionality. It’s about not only making sure the crown looks good but feels right, and functions flawlessly in daily life.

Aftercare Support:

Lastly, we offer aftercare advice. The proper care lengthens the lifespan of the crown and enables your oral health to stay in an excellent state. We guide you on the way to take care of both the crown and the natural teeth.

The Effect on Oral Health

Dental crowns  do more than just provide beautiful smiles; they have a major effect on oral health. Experience at Global Implant Dentistry proves that crowns greatly improve oral health. Here’s how:

Fights Further Decay:

Crowns fight further decay and consequently damage to the tooth because the crown has effectively restored the tooth.

Supports Damaged Teeth:

Crowns also give support to cracked teeth, teeth worn down or already weak because of tooth decay by providing strength for biting so that the force is equally distributed amongst all your bite.

Long-Term Oral Health Benefits: 

Crowns maintain the structural integrity of your teeth and hence provide essential support for long-term oral health. Research indicates that well-maintained crowns can last years, further encouraging overall dental health.

Essentially, dental crowns are more than a cosmetic fix but are an invaluable investment into the health and lifespan of your smile.


Crowns are not just cosmetic but play an integral role in healthier, longer-lasting dental care.

Dental crowns offer a solution for upgrading smiles, transforming your life with newfound confidence. At Global Implant Dentistry, we commit ourselves to providing crowns that not only make your smile beautiful but also guarantee your oral health’s safety. We offer a free consultation to address all your questions. A crown from us is a step closer to a happier, more confident self. We encourage you to gather more information about the crowning process and begin this journey with us.


How Long Do Dental Crowns Last?

The lifespan of a dental crown varies depending on the material used and how well you take care of your teeth. Porcelain crowns can last up to 10-20 years if maintained properly, while gold crowns may last even longer, between 30-50 years. Regular dental hygiene and check-ups play a crucial role in the longevity of your crown.

What Are the Disadvantages of Dental Crowns?

While dental crowns offer many benefits, there are some disadvantages to consider. They can be costly and time-consuming to place. There’s also a period of discomfort after the procedure, and in rare cases, an allergic reaction to the crown materials may occur.

Can A Crowned Tooth Get a Cavity?

It’s important to know that while the crown itself cannot develop a cavity, the underlying natural tooth can still be susceptible to decay and disease. This emphasizes the need for continued care and hygiene for crowned teeth, similar to natural teeth.

What Happens If My Crown Falls Off?

If your crown falls off, it’s advisable to use over-the-counter temporary dental cement to reattach it temporarily. However, it’s crucial to visit your dentist as soon as possible for a permanent fix. Using inappropriate adhesives like Super Glue can lead to more serious dental issues.

Are There Different Types of Dental Crowns?

Yes, dental crowns come in various materials. The common ones include metal alloys (like gold, palladium, nickel, or chromium), porcelain (ceramic and glass-like materials), and porcelain fused to metal. Each material has its advantages and is chosen based on factors like strength, appearance, and tooth location.

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