Crowns Specialist

A Crown is a protective covering that is cemented onto your tooth. A crown may be recommended for a tooth has a large filling a root canal or a fracture. A bridge is simple 3 or more crowns linked. Bridges helps to replace missing teeth, keeps teeth from drifting out of position and improves aesthetics.

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onlays and 3/4 crowns

There are many types of crowns that can be used on your teeth. Onlays and 3/4 crowns are types of dental crowns that don’t cover as much of your underlying tooth as traditional dental crowns. A traditional crown will cover your entire tooth. Onlays and 3/4 crowns may be appropriate when you still have a solid tooth structure. It’s considered a more conservative approach compared to full coverage of your crown. In this procedure, your dentist removes the affected area and performs a reshaping of the tooth to receive the crown.


Some of the service offered by the clinic includes:

  • General checkup and preventive care
  • Immunizations, and care and support for children with special health care
  • Prior appointment is encouraged
  • If deemed necessary, our in-house
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Crowns can also become damaged over time. They can be damaged by trauma to the mouth or chewing on hard things. When a crown is damaged, it becomes easier for bacteria to get past it to the tooth underneath. If bacteria can get past the crown, so can the sugars they feed on.
Dental crowns are caps placed on top of damaged teeth. Crowns are used to protect, cover and restore the shape of your teeth when fillings don't solve the problem.
Dentists use dental crowns for a variety of reasons. Dr. Jue administers crowns to: Protect weak or damaged teeth Cover or support large fillings Hold dental bridges in place Make cosmetic modifications Dr. Jue also uses crowns on children if a tooth is too damaged to support a filling or if a child struggles to keep up with regular brushing and flossing.