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Your Choice for Leduc Dental Crowns

Do You Need To Replace A Missing or Broken Tooth?
A Dental Crown May Be What You Need!

Dental Crowns are used to restore teeth that have large, old restorations, decayed teeth, or teeth that have undergone root canal treatment. At Corinthia Dental, our Dental Team is pleased to offer Leduc Dental Crowns to restore the function of your teeth while ensuring the natural aesthetics of your teeth are maintained.

How All Ceramic Dental Crowns are Made

Your appointment for your dental crowns will first involve shaping your tooth to fit your new crown. A detailed impression of the teeth is then sent to our dental laboratory, where your custom crown is created by our professional lab technician.

Our Dental Crowns are custom made using a variety of materials. We use ceramic porcelain; Zirconia based porcelain, porcelain-fused-to-metal, full cast metal, and traditional gold dental crowns. The best type of crown for your situation is determined based on a variety of factors such as aesthetics, where the crown is placed in your mouth, your dental habits, oral conditions such as teeth grinding, and, of course, your, personal preference. A complete diagnostic assessment will determine the best type of dental crown for your situation.


Why Do I Need a Dental Crown?

Sometimes, a traditional white filling is not the best option for restoring your teeth. Dental Crowns are recommended for teeth with fillings that exceed the natural tooth structure. In addition to large fillings, teeth that have undergone root canal therapy along with teeth that suffer from reoccurring tooth decay benefit from Dental Crowns.

Dental Crowns are recommended when:

  • You have a tooth that requires a filling that will exceed the natural tooth structure.
  • Your teeth have extensive damage, tooth decay and/or fracture lines.
  • Your teeth are discolored and have compromised tooth aesthetics.
  • Your teeth have undergone Root Canal Therapy. After root canal therapy, teeth become brittle and are more susceptible to fracture. Teeth that have undergone root canal therapy must be protected with a dental crown in order to prevent breakage down the road.


Our practice always welcomes new patients — no referral is required!