Dental Crowns in Bellingham, WA

Are damaged or unsightly teeth impacting your confidence? A dental crown from Dr. Chaz Vittitow at The Local Dentist could be the solution to restore your radiant smile. These tooth-shaped caps fit securely over your existing tooth, strengthening its structure while reviving its appearance. Whether you're dealing with a large cavity, cracked tooth, or severe discoloration, a custom-crafted crown can breathe new life into your tooth. Dr. Vittitow meticulously designs your crown for an accurate fit, seamless bite, and natural-looking results. You'll leave our Bellingham office with renewed confidence in your smile's function and aesthetics.

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Why Should I Get Dental Crowns?

Dental crowns are an excellent solution for a variety of dental issues. They can protect a weak tooth from breaking, hold together parts of a cracked tooth, restore an already broken tooth, or support a tooth with a large filling when there isn't much of the tooth left. Dental crowns can also cover severely discolored or misshapen teeth, or make a cosmetic modification. For teeth that are more severely damaged, a crown can provide a natural-looking restoration. With proper care, a good quality crown could last up to 15 years.

Dental Crowns in Bellingham

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Dental crowns have been used for restorative purposes for over 2000 years!

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The Benefits Of Dental Crowns

Enhanced Appearance

Dental crowns can dramatically improve the appearance of your teeth. If your teeth are discolored or badly shaped, crowns can make them look healthy and natural again. They can be made to match the exact color of your natural teeth, giving a more aesthetic and healthy appearance than metal crowns.

Long-lasting Solution

Dental crowns are designed to last long-term. They are a durable solution that can withstand the pressure from chewing and biting for many years. With proper care, including regular brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups, dental crowns can last up to 10 years or longer.

Improved Oral Health

By covering and protecting damaged teeth, dental crowns can help prevent further decay, infection, and loss of teeth. They provide a barrier against bacteria and decay, helping to preserve the underlying tooth and keep your mouth healthy.

The Dental Crowns Treatment Process

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Examination and Preparation

The first step in the dental crown process involves a thorough examination of the tooth to determine if it can support a crown. Then, the tooth is filed down or built up to prepare it for the crown. An impression of the tooth is made to ensure a perfect fit.

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Creation of the Crown

The impression of your tooth will be sent to a dental lab, where your crown will be custom-made. The crown will be fabricated to match the color, size, and shape of your natural teeth for a seamless fit.

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Placement of the Crown

Once your custom-made crown is ready, our Bellingham dentist will place it over your prepared tooth and make any necessary adjustments. The crown is then cemented into place, providing a strong, durable, and aesthetically pleasing solution.

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