Children's Dental Crowns

All-white kids dental crowns for decayed, broken, chipped or cracked teeth.

There are many reasons why our pediatric dentist may recommend placing a dental crown on your child's primary teeth. In some cases, the tooth may be severely decayed or damaged and a crown is necessary to restore it. In other cases, a crown may be placed to prevent further decay or damage to the tooth. Crowns can be placed on both primary and permanent teeth.

Does My Child Need A Dental Crown?

Signs your child may need a kid's dental crown:

  • Broken or chipped tooth
  • Cracked tooth
  • Baby tooth has large cavity that can't be repaired with a filling
  • Primary tooth not developed correctly

Sometimes Dr. Cory will recommend primary teeth get a dental crown due to the above. Once their tooth falls out, the crown will go with it.

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All-White Dental Crowns

Here at Dickerson Dental Group, we are a mercury-free office. All children's dental crowns are all-white and shade matched to the child's adjacent teeth. These are more aesthetically pleasing, blend in with the rest of the teeth and can be important for kid's self esteem.

Treatment: What to Expect

If our pediatric dentist recommends placing a dental crown on your child's primary teeth, they will first numb the area around the tooth. They will then shape the tooth so that the crown can be placed over it. Once the crown is in place, your child will need to take good care of their teeth to ensure that the crown lasts as long as possible. With proper care, kids' dental crowns can last for many years.

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Benefits of Kid's Crowns

There are many benefits of dental crowns for kids. Crowns can protect weak or damaged teeth from further decay or damage. They can also improve the appearance of teeth that are discolored or misshapen. Crowns can also make it easier for kids to chew their food and talk properly.

Schedule Children's Dental Appointment

Contact our Randolph pediatric dentist today to find out if dental crowns are needed for your little one.