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Quality Dental Crowns in Urbandale, IA and a Special Promotion!

August 25, 2020
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Posted By: Northpark Dental
Woman smiling after getting dental crown in Johnston

We use dental crowns in several capacities across dentistry, and we rely on quality materials to create the best restorations for our patients.

A dental crown is a hollow cover that goes over a treated tooth; it is colored and shaped to look like your teeth.

How Our Dental Crowns Are Different

Part of what makes our crowns unique is the attention to detail. Your dentist creates your crown using ceramic, a durable material that closely matches natural teeth. This material means no gray lines near your gum and a seamless finish as well.

Your dentist also removes all decay and old fillings and builds up your tooth before crown placement. This helps ensure a comfortable fit and a natural look alongside your teeth.

Reasons You Might Need a Dental Crown in Urbandale

Your dentist may suggest a dental crown following root canal therapy to restore strength to your tooth and prevent breakage. If you have a damaged tooth, a dental crown is also a fantastic option to restore appearance and stability.

Dental crowns also hide tooth flaws and discoloration in cosmetic dentistry.

For patients with missing teeth, it is the dental crown that caps your implant and acts as a natural-looking prosthetic.

Dental crowns also support dental bridges by capping healthy adjacent teeth and allowing bridge teeth to fill in your smile gap.

Our Current Special on Dental Crowns

We are offering a new ceramic dental crown for $999, which is far less than most dentist’s charge for this tooth-saving and tooth-enhancing treatment!

We encourage you to take advantage of this limited-time offer.

Would You Like to Schedule a Consultation in Johnston?

If you have questions about dental crowns, or if you are ready to schedule a consultation with your dentist in Johnston or Urbandale, reach out to a team member to get started.

We are happy to welcome you!

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