Dental Crowns Corvallis, OR
Protect and Save Badly Decayed or Fractured Teeth
Crowns are often the best option for people with badly decayed or broken teeth. When cavities and infection go untreated, they can eventually cause enough damage to the structure of a tooth that a regular filling isn’t enough to repair the damage. Teeth that have been fractured as a result of an injury or accident also need to be covered and protected, usually with a crown.
At Timberhill Dental, we focus on providing incredibly strong and natural-looking crowns to restore the strength, shape, and appearance of a tooth. Our goal is to help you keep all your teeth–even damaged ones–with our safe, minimally invasive, high-tech treatment options. A CEREC® system, single visit crown, may be the best option.
How Do Dental Crowns Work?
A crown (also often called a cap) covers the entire surface of a damaged tooth and restores it to its original shape and size.
When you come into Timberhill Dental for a crown, we’ll use the latest digital x-ray and laser diagnostic technologies to determine the extent of the damage to your tooth structure. We’ll help you decide if a dental crown is a right choice for you.
If you decide to get a crown, we will:
- Carefully clean and remove all the decay from your tooth
- Take a highly accurate 3D image of your tooth
- Use those 3D renderings to make a custom crown for you
- Cement the new crown to the surface of your tooth on the same day
Crowns are custom-made for you, and we use tooth-colored porcelain so the result is extremely comfortable and indistinguishable from real teeth.
Did You Know?
Traditional crowns require two office visits because they require the dentist to take physical impressions of your teeth and send them to a laboratory where the crown is created.
I almost always recommend a single-visit method called CEREC®. This is the process that allows us to take 3D digital images of your teeth instead of taking physical impressions. That way, you can walk out of the office with your new crown the same day!
Are you ready to learn more about dental crowns?
Call Timberhill Dental at (541) 754-0144
Is a Dental Crown Your Best Choice?
Some dental problems, like missing teeth or teeth that have significant structural damage, call for more intensive solutions, like dental bridges or dental implants.
Crowns are most effective when we place them before the tooth is so decayed that it is in danger of fracturing.
Advantages of Crowns from Timberhill Dental
|Materials||Our non-toxic, non-metal, porcelain material is safe to wear long term.|
|Appearance||Crowns are made to perfectly match the shape and color of your original tooth.|
|Comfort||Minimally invasive techniques and a perfectly fitting crown ensure long-term comfort.|
|Durability||Well-made crowns are highly durable and prevent future tooth decay and breakage.|
The Timberhill Dental Philosophy
We’re a different kind of dental office. At Timberhill Dental, we’re dedicated to providing high-tech, high-touch dental care that minimizes discomfort and delivers incredible results. We recommend minimally invasive treatments whenever possible, and we make our office as relaxing and welcoming as we can.
Here’s what you can expect when you walk in the door:
- A soothing, spa-like atmosphere where you will immediately feel at home.
- As soon as you enter, our friendly staff will greet you and offer you a cup of freshly ground coffee, espresso, cappuccino, or tea.
- We’ll offer you spa amenities, including a comfortable and cozy blanket, warm hand towels, and a wax hand dip.
- The entire office will treat you like family and make sure you feel relaxed throughout your visit.
- You’ll leave with a comfortable, natural-looking, and permanent crown the same day.
At Timberhill Dental we combine a friendly, relaxing atmosphere with the latest dental technology to provide minimally invasive treatments that produce better results and a more comfortable dental experience.
Get In Touch
Are you ready to learn about more options for safe, comfortable, and long-lasting dental crowns?
Give Timberhill Dental a call at (541) 754-0144
Did You Know? We also offer second opinions.
We can help you understand all your options and make the best choice for your health and your smile.