How are crowns fabricated?
Crowns are made by taking an impression of the tooth after it has been shaped for the crown. This impression is sent to the dental laboratory to make the crown. While the crown is being fabricated, a temporary crown is placed to protect the tooth. In addition to this process, we also remove any decayed part of your tooth, replacing it will a filling. Your customized, permanent crown is designed to look natural and cohesive with the rest of your smile.
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