Porcelain Crowns
a realistic restoration

Porcelain crowns are part of the full continuum of dental services and oral health available at Harding Dental Goup. 360-degree crowns are required to correct tooth decay, support weak teeth or replace existing amalgam fillings. Porcelain is the material of choice for crowns, from both the functional and aesthetic perspective. Porcelain can be made to look identical to surrounding teeth, leaving you with a flawless smile. 

Ongoing advancements in porcelain dental services offer more strength, durability and visual appeal than ever before. All porcelain crowns are custom-made for you by professional dental ceramists under the guidance of Dr. Harding to provide you the realistic results that can enhance your natural smile and your confidence. 

 

What To Expect

The first step to your porcelain crown procedure is establishing your bite. Once our professional dentists have measured your bite, we establish a plan to build teeth to that position. This process includes removing any decay or existing fillings. Then, a mold of your teeth is created and sent to our laboratory. During this period, you’ll be fitted with a temporary crown to keep you comfortable throughout the process until your porcelain crowns have been fabricated. 

Once the porcelain crowns are ready, you’ll be called in for your second appointment. During this stage, the porcelain crown is placed and evaluated for proper fit and natural bite alignment. Once the porcelain crown is placed, all you have to do is care for it as you do your own teeth. Following basic oral care rules like daily brushing, flossing, and good nutrition will easily maintain your porcelain crowns.

 

Financing The Cost Of Porcelain Crowns

Porcelain crowns are an appealing option for repairing and strengthening your teeth after damage from tooth decay. Harding Dental Group is committed to helping you find the right way to finance your dental services, including porcelain crowns, with options for financing and assistance in navigating insurance. Visit our finance page for more available options to help you cover porcelain crown costs.