Don’t put up with broken or damaged teeth!

Crowns restore teeth that have been damaged, disfigured or discoloured. Teeth may be damaged by decay, breakage, abrasion (wearing), trauma or imperfect development.

A crown or “cap” is a precision, custom-made artificial tooth used to cover your regular tooth much like a “lid” or “covering”. It can be used to improve a tooth’s appearance, color, shape or alignment. It may also be used with a dental implant.

You may need a crown if:

  • you have a root canal
  • you have a large filling or broken tooth
  • you have a weak tooth that is susceptible to fracturing
  • you need an anchor to attach a bridge
  • you need to cover a dental implant
  • or if your tooth is badly stained, not the right shape or out of line.

Your dentist can help guide you for what is right for you.

A crown looks and works like a natural tooth

Crowns are precision-made in a laboratory from a mold of your teeth for a perfect fit and can be made of a variety of materials. Many patients prefer porcelain crowns because it looks like a natural tooth and is very durable.

Crowns can improve your entire smile

A crown can improve the appearance of any tooth – and therefore your entire smile! If your perfect smile is marred by a single imperfect tooth, a crown is an excellent way to get a smile makeover.

Crowns are a simple treatment process

Maintaining your crown is simple

Brush and floss your crown just like your regular teeth. Crowns are durable and if you take good care of them, they can last for 10 years or more.

Crowns can quickly and simply restore broken teeth,
protect damaged or weak teeth, beautify your smile and
restore your confidence in your appearance.

Rejuvenate your smile. Contact us today to see if crowns are right for you (450) 627-2658.

We Want You to Love Your Smile!

Hiding your smile because of dental imperfections? We want you to love how your smile looks. Porcelain onlays, inlays white fillings and crowns are a few ways to correct any flaws or damage and enhance the appearance and health of your smile. See more in our Before And After Smile Gallery.