Dental Crowns In Coral Springs & Hollywood, FL

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Dental Crowns In Coral Springs & Hollywood, FL
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Damaged, decayed teeth can have an impact on your appearance, and therefore, your confidence. Dental crowns can be used to resolve a variety of cosmetic issues. A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap that is placed on a tooth that is weak, damaged, or decayed.

The crown should fit snugly over the tooth. In some cases, this means that some of the enamel must be removed. Dental crowns may be made from resin, porcelain, or metal.

Delight Dental Smiles in Coral Springs and Hollywood offers a variety of restorative procedures designed to improve the appearance and functionality of your teeth. The most popular option is dental crowns.

Why Choose Us For Dental Crowns In Coral Springs & Hollywood

There are several reasons you should choose Delight Dental Smiles for your cosmetic and restorative dental needs, including (1)

Experienced Dental Team

Our dentist, Dr. Arianna Rodriguez, has the experience and expertise in many dental procedures. She will work with you to improve the appearance, functionality, and overall health of your mouth.

Customized Treatment Plan

We believe that everyone deserves quality dental treatments. Therefore, we will work with you to create a customized treatment plan that will address your needs and fit within your budget.

Comfortable Environment

We strive to create a comfortable environment. From the moment you enter our clinic, you will be welcomed and treated like family.

Convenient Locations

Delight Dental Smiles offers two convenient locations to serve you-

7426 Wiles Road in Coral Springs

4310 Sheridan Street in Hollywood


Call Now! (954) 406-6942

Dental Crowns Service In Margate & Pompano Beach

We offer a variety of dental crown services at Delight Dental Smiles, including:

Porcelain Crowns

Porcelain or ceramic crowns mimic the appearance of the natural tooth. This is the best option if you have metal allergies. Several different materials may be used to create a porcelain crown. The most popular is zirconium dioxide, which is highly durable and can withstand a stronger bite force than other types of crowns. In addition, they are gentle on opposing teeth, which means less wear and tear on your enamel.

Metal Crowns

Several different types of metals are used to make dental crowns. A metal crown is the least likely to chip/break, is the longest-lasting, and only requires a minimal amount of enamel removal. They are strong enough to withstand normal bite/chew forces.

Same-Day Crowns

Many dental clinics offer same-day crowns. These clinics use CAD/CAM technology to fabricate the crown in the office. The dentist will take digital impressions of your teeth and input them into the software to design your crown. Then, the design is sent to the milling machine, which fabricates the crown from a solid block of ceramic. The primary advantage of same-day crowns is that the entire process can be completed in one visit. However, not all patients qualify for a same-day crown.

Dental Bridge Crowns

A dental bridge relies on the adjacent teeth on each side of the gap for support. To secure the bridge in place, dental crowns will be placed on these teeth.

Dental Crown Process

In most cases, at least two appointments are needed for dental crown placement. In the case of same-day crowns, the entire process can be completed in a single appointment.

Here’s how the process usually goes:

Initial Consultation

The first step to any procedure at Delight Dental Smiles is the initial consultation. During this appointment, Dr. Rodriguez will perform a comprehensive exam, including X-rays and other necessary imaging. We will also discuss your expectations for treatment and explain what you can expect to happen during the procedure.

Treatment Planning

We will use the information collected in the initial consultation to create a custom treatment plan. We will take into account your needs and your budget.

Preparation of Tooth

Before a crown can be placed, the tooth will need to be prepared. This will include cleaning out any decay and repairing damage. If necessary, root canal treatment may be performed. A small amount of enamel will need to be removed to create space for the crown to fit over the tooth.

Digital images will be taken of the tooth and your bite which will be used to fabricate your crown.

Crown Fabrication

If you are getting a same-day crown, the digital images will be sent to the software and the crown will be designed. Then, the design will be sent to the machine for the fabrication of the crown.

If you are getting a traditional crown, the images will be sent to an off-site lab where they will be fabricated. This usually takes a few weeks. A temporary crown may be placed in the meantime.

Crown Placement

When the crown is placed, Dr. Rodriguez will ensure that it fits properly and that your bite is even. Then, it will be cemented in place. The result will be a beautiful, fully functional smile.

Final Result

In a few weeks, you will need to return to ensure that the crown still fits properly and is settling in place as expected. If necessary, adjustments can be made at this time.

Schedule Your Appointment

Experts recommend that, when possible, steps should be taken to salvage the natural tooth. If not, tooth replacement options must be considered. If you have a tooth that is severely damaged/decayed, schedule your consultation with Dr. Rodriguez at Delight Dental Smiles today.

FAQs on Dental Crowns

If you have questions or concerns about dental crowns or other restorative or cosmetic procedures at Delight Dental Smiles, we will be happy to help. Below are some of the most common questions that we get about dental crowns:

What foods to avoid with a crown?

As a general rule, you should avoid foods that are chewy/sticky including caramel, certain candies, gum, and raisins. Additionally, it’s a good idea to avoid foods that are hard/crunchy including raw veggies, certain candies, and popcorn. You should also avoid chewing on ice.

Are crowns permanent?

The average lifespan of a dental crown is 5 to 15 years- but may last up to 30 years with proper care and maintenance. However, while the crown may need to be replaced, the procedure is irreversible because some of the enamel must be removed to create space for the crown to sit on the tooth.

Why dental crown is so expensive?

The reason that dental crowns are so expensive is because of the technology and skill required. A dental crown is precisely designed to blend in perfectly with your natural teeth.

What factors determine the average cost of a full crown?

There are several factors involved in determining the cost of a dental crown, including:

  • Type of crown (same-day vs. traditional)
  • Materials used in the crown (metal, porcelain, resin, porcelain-fused-to-metal)
  • Location of dental clinic
  • Experience/expertise of the dentist
  • Lab fees
What is the average cost of a dental crown in Florida?

The average cost of a dental crown ranges from around $1,00 to $1,300, depending on a variety of factors.

What is the best metal for a dental crown?

There are three types of metals used in dental crowns:

  • High noble (precious)
  • Noble (semi-precious)
  • Non-noble (non-precious)

The best option is the high noble or the noble because they have the highest durability and last the longest

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