Getting a new crown means your tooth has been restored using a strong, protective shell that is placed over it. The crown may be made of porcelain, gold, or any other material. The new crown is strong and resistant to staining and will protect the underlying natural tooth structure.
After the procedure, you may experience some sensitivity. The sensitivity may last a couple of days or weeks. If the discomfort doesn’t go away, you should contact us. Although the new crown is strong, you must avoid exerting excess stress on it. Don’t bite or chew objects that may damage the crown.
With proper care, your new crown can last between 10 and 15 years. We recommend visiting us once every 6 months for checkup and cleaning.