Crowns fit over the entire tooth, starting at the gumline to restore a tooth’s shape, size, strength and appearance.
At your first appointment, your dentist will use a local anaesthetic and prepare the area for the crown by reshaping the tooth.
Then your dentist makes an impression of the area and sends it to the dental lab. The dentist installs a temporary crown so you can chew and eat normally before your permanent crown arrives.
At your second appointment, your dentist removes the temporary crown, and fits and cements the permanent crown in place.
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