Decayed or damaged teeth can detract from your appearance and interfere with your dental function and oral health.
Dental crowns are natural-looking, tooth-shaped caps that have the strength and durability necessary for long-lasting results.
At Imagecare Dental Group in Plano, TX, our dentists provide high-quality crowns to restore function, aesthetics, and health.
The Benefits of Dental Crowns
Improved Oral Health
Dental crowns add strength and reinforcement to decayed, damaged, or broken teeth, reducing the risk of future problems.
Dental crowns can also be used to address cosmetic issues, including chipping, misshapen teeth, and deep discoloration.
Made from high-quality dental materials like porcelain, crowns can last up to 15 years with proper care – even longer in some cases.
Schedule Your Dental Crown Consultation Today
Do you have concerns about the health or appearance of your smile? Our skilled team of dentists can determine an appropriate treatment plan for you.
Imagecare Dental Group has been proudly serving the Plano, TX, area for over 25 years. As a patient-centric practice, we strive to provide high-quality, personalized care at a fair price. We enjoy fostering relationships with our patients, and we treat you like family. That is something you simply will not find at corporate dental offices.
To schedule a consultation, contact us or call us at
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Dental Crown Candidacy
To qualify for this type of treatment, patients must be free from gum disease, as this condition can impede the long-term success of your restoration. Furthermore, individuals should have a full understanding of the treatment process and realistic expectations of outcomes. Dental crowns are often a wonderful solution for patients with:
- Moderate to severe tooth decay
- Enough healthy natural tooth structure to support a restoration
- Broken, cracked, or fractured teeth
- Missing teeth (in the case of implant-supported crowns)
- Cosmetic concerns, such as chips, cracks, or discoloration
Dental Crown FAQ
Will It Hurt?
No! We will use a local anesthetic, injected into your gums, for a virtually pain-free dental crown placement.
Do You Have Additional Sedation Options?
We know that you've likely been dealing with a lot of discomfort lately. So, we want to make your visit as pleasant as possible.
What's the Relationship Between a Dental Crown and a Dental Implant?
You've likely heard the words "dental crown" and "dental implant" thrown around a lot. If you're not sure how they relate, we'll explain.
Dental crowns and dental implants pair well, but they're not the same thing.
Essentially, a dental implant replaces the root of a tooth. It's made of titanium, and it can support several types of tooth restorations. A crown placed on top of an implant replaces a lost tooth from the root to the chewing surface.
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An Office Designed With Your Comfort in Mind
When you visit our Plano office, you'll walk into what feels more like a living room than a waiting room. Our friendly staff will greet you like family and make sure that everything is in order for your appointment.
Feel free to grab a complimentary refreshment from our coffee bar and relax in front of our large-screen TV while your dentist prepares to meet you.
We're here to make sure your crown treatment process is smooth and comfortable every step of the way. To get started, request an appointment by calling us at:
Types of Dental Crowns
Temporary crowns are typically made from a composite resin or acrylic material. A temporary crown is intended for short-term use while the dental lab creates your permanent crown. Your temporary crown can help you maintain a normal appearance, enunciation, and chewing efficiency during this time.
In many cases, we can use our iTero® digital scanner and CAD/CAM (computer-aided design/computer-aided manufacturing) technology to create same-day permanent crowns in a single appointment for your convenience.
These permanent crowns are made from porcelain and mimic the natural translucency of dental enamel, making them virtually indistinguishable from natural teeth. Same-day crowns are made of porcelain; more premium grades of porcelain may require having the crown made by a partner lab.
Instead of covering teeth, these crowns are attached to dental implants to completely replace a lost tooth from the roots to the chewing surface.
You're Not Alone. We Can Help!
The idea of placing a new dental crown — or replacing an older one — can sound daunting.
So, it may comfort you to know that the American College of Prosthodontics determined that dentists will place about 2.3 million implant-supported crowns throughout the year.
They also note that of all the restorative dental procedures, adding an implant-supported crown to your smile is the most frequently-practiced one.
In other words, like many other people, you can benefit from this helpful procedure.
If you're ready to smile confidently again, we can assist! If you still have questions, don't hesitate to reach out! Contact Imagecare Dental Group in Plano, TX or call us to request your consultation at
Placement of a dental crown can be completed in one or two visits, depending on your specific needs. Here are the basic steps you can expect during treatment at Imagecare Dental Group in Plano, TX.
If you opt for a same-day crown, our milling machine can produce a custom-designed crown in less than an hour.
We aim to create results you love — and we'll make sure you're satisfied.
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Dr. Imperial and her staff were just awesome! I had two crowns done. Had no pain throughout the procedure. And her staff was extremely friendly and had a bit of a sense of humor. What a great experience. I'd recommend 100%.