Ann's Dental Crowns—West Palm Beach, FL
Why Ann Chose Juno Beach Smiles for Her Smile Makeover
Why Ann Wanted to Change Her Smile
After visiting Juno Beach Smiles for more than 10 years, Ann decided to give herself the gift of a flawless smile for retirement. She’d wanted to make some cosmetic changes for a while, but time and travel was often a hindrance as she was based in New York. When she retired, Ann took the plunge and had an extensive smile makeover. Ann said she was completely comfortable the entire time and felt that the treatments were all completed efficiently. Today, Ann’s daughters tell her she smiles TOO much in family photos. What a great compliment!
Why Ann Got Dental Crowns
Dental crowns are primarily used to repair broken and decayed teeth, but they are also designed to look completely natural, and they’re often made of 100% white dental porcelain, which means they can cosmetically enhance compromised teeth as well. They literally fit over the top of a tooth, and with them, our team can easily make one tooth look like new or give someone a completely refreshed smile just like we did with Ann. The end result looks so realistic that only you and our team will know which teeth have been crowned!
Dental Crown FAQ
How long does it take to get a dental crown?
From start to finish, the process of getting a dental crown usually takes two appointments. At the first one, we slightly reshape a tooth so it will fit a crown, and then we take an impression that will be sent to a dental lab. A patient will wear a temporary crown while their real one is being made. When they return, we’ll swap the temporary for the permanent crown and cement it into place.
Does getting a dental crown hurt?
Ann received upwards of 20 crowns, and she said she didn’t feel a thing! Thanks to our team’s expertise, you can trust that you’ll feel comfortable at every stage of treatment.
How much does a dental crown cost?
This really depends on a number of factors, such as how big the crown needs to be, where it is located in the mouth, and what material it is made out of (crowns can be all-metal, all-porcelain, or a combination of the two). Our team can give you an estimate when you come to see us so you can know exactly what to expect. They can often be partially covered by insurance as well.