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Dental crowns help to restore broken or damaged teeth. Typically, crowns are placed after a root canal, and help to keep a weak tooth from breaking down further. Crowns can seal out infection and help to keep the remaining structure of your tooth intact. They can be customized to match the shape, size, and color of your natural teeth, making them blend in perfectly.

Ultimately any crown is functionally sound for addressing broken or damaged teeth, though the type of crown used may depend on patient preference, on what materials your dental practice actually offers, and on considerations like the average lifespan of the material used. 

If you are looking for dental restorations in Manhattan, KS, R2 Center for Dentistry provides quality dental care for patients of all ages. We welcome new patients to our office, and create a calm and relaxed environment where patients can feel at home.

What Types of Crowns Are Available?

Metal

Metal crowns are durable and rarely chip or break. These last the longest and fight wear and tear well. The drawback of metal crowns is that their color stands out, and they do not blend in well with your natural teeth. Metal crowns are good for back molars where they cannot be seen easily.

Porcelain Fused to Metal

This type of crown is the color of your natural teeth and has metal underneath the porcelain cap. This type of crown can wear down more easily than other options. Porcelain fused to metal crowns are good for front or back teeth because they blend in well.

All-Resin

These crowns are made entirely out of resin and tend to be less expensive than other types of crowns. They are more likely to wear down over time or break compared to porcelain fused to metal.

All-Ceramic or All-Porcelain

This type of crown is a good option for front teeth. They can be matched with your natural teeth, and provide the best look compared to any other crown. All-ceramic or all-porcelain like with any crown do have the chance to wear down over time.

Pressed Ceramic

Pressed ceramic crowns are harder and are capped with porcelain. These also match with your natural teeth and are longer lasting compared to an all-porcelain crown.

Looking for Dental Crowns in Manhattan, KS?

As part of our consultation at R2 Center for Dentistry, our team will evaluate your teeth and mouth, and determine what type of crown is best for you. The type of crown used depends on the location of the tooth. If you need a crown on your front teeth, crowns that match your natural teeth are the best choice. We will go over all of your options, and develop a customized treatment plan that works for you.

At R2 Center for Dentistry we offer many services, and strive to foster a positive experience for all patients when they visit our office. Your oral health is our priority and we treat our patients like family. Using our high-level skills combined with state-of-the-art technology, our staff works above and beyond to give patients quality dental care they can trust.

Our Manhattan, KS office is located near Manhattan High and Theodore Roosevelt Elementary, making us a convenient location for families in the Manhattan area.

If you are looking for a dentist in Manhattan, KS and would like to find out more about crowns and how they can benefit you, contact R2 Center for Dentistry to schedule an appointment.