Tooth Crown
Regina SK

Over time, our teeth have been exposed to years of wear and tear. Eventually, teeth may crack or chip and require a dental crown. Damaged teeth can be painful and dramatically change the appearance of your smile. Dental crowns are an excellent solution for protecting your teeth and restoring your smile.

A dental crown is a custom-made cap made of gold, metal, or porcelain that completely envelopes your tooth. Most common, porcelain dental crowns, blend in seamlessly with your natural teeth and restore the damaged tooth’s function.
Dentist Performing Tooth Crown Procedure in Regina, SK

Benefits of Dental Crowns

Dental crowns successfully restore your tooth and bring your entire smile back to life. Benefits of dental crowns include:
  • Improved appearance of a misshapen tooth
  • Restoration and strengthening of a broken or weak tooth
  • Tooth protection after a root canal
  • Restoration of a tooth with an extensive filling
  • Attachment and anchor of a dental bridge
  • Functional and visual restoration over a dental implant
  • Durability. Dental crowns typically last 10 to 15 years!

Dental Crown Procedure at Signature Smiles in Regina, SK

If your tooth is damaged and requires restoration, our team at Signature Smiles office in Regina, SK, will first assess the tooth to determine if a tooth crown is the best treatment solution. If you decided to go ahead with a dental crown, you would probably need to attend two appointments. We will prepare your tooth for the new crow and take an impression to ensure a tight fit during the first one. We will provide you with a temporary crown until your final crown is complete. Once we receive your custom crown back from the lab, you will return to our office in Regina, SK, and we will permanently bond the dental crown to your tooth.

Schedule Your Assessment

Dr. Greg Konotopetz’s office is here to help you achieve a beautiful, healthy smile. We provide premier quality dental crowns in Regina. We offer ceramic crowns and porcelain crowns to restore your teeth. Schedule your consultation today to learn more about dental crowns or book your initial appointment!
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