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Dental Crowns

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Apex Dentistry


Dental crowns, also known as caps, are versatile restorative dental solutions used to restore the strength, function, and appearance of damaged or weakened teeth. At Apex Dentistry, under the expert guidance of Dr. Mojgan Salehi and our skilled dental team, we offer high-quality dental crowns tailored to your individual needs, ensuring long-lasting results and a confident smile.

Understanding Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are custom-made prosthetic restorations that encase the entire visible portion of a tooth above the gum line. They are designed to mimic the natural shape, size, and color of your teeth, providing durable and aesthetically pleasing results. Crowns are commonly used to:

  • Reinforce and protect a tooth weakened by extensive decay or fractures
  • Restore the shape, size, and function of a broken or misshapen tooth
  • Cover and support a tooth after root canal therapy
  • Improve the appearance of a discolored or severely stained tooth
  • Anchor and support dental bridges or cover dental implants

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Restoration of Tooth Structure

Crowns restore the shape, size, and strength of damaged or weakened teeth, allowing for normal chewing and biting function.

Enhanced Aesthetics

Crowns can improve the appearance of discolored, misshapen, or damaged teeth, restoring a natural and attractive smile.

Protection of Tooth Structure

By covering the entire visible portion of a tooth, crowns provide added protection against further decay, fractures, and damage.


With proper care and maintenance, dental crowns can last for many years, providing durable and reliable tooth restoration.


We accommodate emergencies and welcome walk-ins

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Dr. Salehi will evaluate your oral health and discuss your treatment options, including the type of crown best suited to your needs.

Impressions of your teeth are taken to create custom-fitted crowns that match the size, shape, and color of your natural teeth.

Once your custom crown is ready, it is securely bonded to the prepared tooth using dental cement, ensuring a stable and long-lasting restoration.

The affected tooth is prepared by removing a small amount of enamel to accommodate the crown.

A temporary crown may be placed to protect the prepared tooth while your permanent crown is being fabricated.

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