Same-Day Dental Crowns Dentist in Everett, WA
Reshape your smile with dental crowns from All Smiles Northwest
Whether you’re looking to restore missing teeth or better reshape your smile, our team of expert dentists can fit you for a high-quality tooth crown, dental bridge, or implant. We offer a wide range of smile solutions that will give your teeth a natural look, a normal shape, and improve your confidence. We also offer effective preventative dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, and emergency dentistry services for every member of the family. We’ll ensure you feel at ease during your visit and we’re happy to answer all of your questions.
Dr. Michelle Steinhubel and the team at All Smiles NW wants you to leave our office feeling great about your smile. Schedule your dental crown appointment today. Please dial (425) 252-9333 to schedule your appointment or to learn if dental crowns are the best option for you.
The Benefits of Dental Crowns
If you have a chipped, cracked, or decayed tooth, a dental crown offers a safe restorative solution. Dental crowns require at least two visits to our clinic. On your first visit, we’ll reshape your damaged tooth, cast a mold of it for your permanent crown, and fit you with a temporary crown until your permanent one is ready. Upon your second visit, we’ll fit your permanent crown over your damaged tooth and cement it into place. The benefits of dental crowns are numerous and include:
- Better support for a damaged tooth.
- Restorative measure for a tooth after a root canal.
- Offers worn tooth protection.
- Gives an anchor for a dental bridge.
- Natural-looking and can be used as a normal tooth would.
If you suffer from damaged teeth, missing teeth, or are considering a root canal or dental implant, contact our team. We can provide you with affordable options and answer all of your health questions.
What are Dental Crowns?
Dental crowns are designed to cover a damaged tooth that is too impaired for a normal filling. Not only do they strengthen a damaged tooth, but they can also improve its appearance, shape, and alignment within your mouth. If you believe you need a crown, our Everett dentists can help. We’ll diagnose your teeth alignment and underlying dental issues you may be experiencing to identify the perfect solution. We’ll expertly fit you for a temporary crown that will protect your damaged tooth while a permanent crown is made, and we’ll effectively cement your new permanent crown into place once it’s ready. Our lab affiliate uses only the finest materials when molding a crown to ensure the implant looks natural and fits comfortably in your mouth. We can further adjust the crown as time passes if needed. Find out more about our crowns, bridges, and other dental implants by contacting us today.
Expert Dental Crown Fittings and Repairs
If your dental crown is cracking or has been knocked loose, contact us immediately. We can diagnose the issue, fit you with a temporary crown if needed, repair the crown, or replace it entirely. We’ll take accurate measurements of the affected tooth and provide you with affordable repair or replacement options that will ensure your smile is sustained. We also offer a wide range of dental implant services including bridge fittings, denture fittings, periodontal care, teeth cleanings, and emergency dental services. We have over 15 years of experience in the field and we’ve built a reputation for quality patient care and comprehensive dental solutions.
How is a Tooth Prepared for a Dental Crown?
Dental crowns are typically used to cover and protect partially broken or missing teeth. The procedure involves local anesthesia administered before the dentist shapes down the remaining damaged tooth so the crown or “tooth cap” can be securely fitted over it. The entire process takes less than an hour, and you should be able to enjoy normal biting function with the crown within a few days.
What are Dental Crowns Made Of?
Dental crowns are made from several types of materials. Metal alloys, ceramics, porcelain, composite resin, or combinations of these materials may be used. In the process of making a crown, the material often is colored to blend in with your natural teeth.
How Do I Take Care of My Dental Crowns?
Depending on the material used in your crown, you should limit using or chewing with it for at least a day. If you have a ceramic crown, hard candies, ice, and chewing on hard objects should also be avoided. Beyond that, you need only care for your crown by merely brushing and flossing it as you would your healthy teeth. If you feel as if your crown has broken free, contact our office immediately.
Who Needs a Dental Crown?
Dental crowns can be a viable dental solution for any patient who has damaged or partially missing teeth. We can evaluate your dental health quickly and guide you if a dental crown would be the best solution for restoring your smile.
How Long Does a Dental Crown Last?
While all dental crowns have a minimum life cycle of five years, our dental crowns can last 15 years and we’ve had several go beyond 20 years with proper care. We offer crowns in a variety of materials, and we’ll give you the guidance you need to maintain your crown long after your procedure has passed. We have years of experience and we’ll ensure you’re more than satisfied with the final results.
Schedule Your Same-Day Crown Appointment
At All Smiles Northwest, we know the importance of feeling good about your smile and your appearance—that’s why we are pleased to offer gentle dentistry using state-of-the-art techniques and treatment options to provide top-quality dental care for your entire family. You can reach us by phone at (425) 367-0656 to schedule an appointment for same-day dental crowns.
What Sets Us Apart
- Treating Patients 2 And Older
- Convenient Hours
- Same-Day Appointments
- Family Appointments
- Same-Day Dental Crowns
- Full Service Dentistry For The Entire Family
- Stress-Free Sedation Dental
- Zoom! Teeth Whitening
- Free Invisalign & Teeth Whitening Consultations
- Most Insurance Accepted
- Affordable Discount Dental Plans Available
- Conveniently Located Off I-5 in Everett