Dental Crowns

Thinking about dental crowns in Rohnert Park to strengthen or restore a tooth?

We understand that our teeth sometimes need a little extra support. Whether it’s decay, a crack, or wear and tear, dental crowns are a reliable way to bring back the tooth’s strength and appearance.

Ready to reinforce your smile’s durability and shine? Click the button below or reach out to New Leaf Rohnert Park. Together, we’ll crown your dental journey with success!

Why choose us for Rohnert Park dental crowns

Getting dental crowns is unlike any past experience you have had with this dental treatment. Thanks to CEREC® technology, we can give you same-day porcelain crowns. This means you don’t have to wait the typical two to three weeks for a lab to create your new porcelain crown.

Man smiling after a dental crown procedure

We start by trimming down your tooth. Then, we 3D scan your mouth and let the software design your new crown. Starting with a solid block of porcelain, we mill out the crown. This includes the ability to custom place the colors so that your new crown matches your adjacent teeth. We then bake the porcelain crown in our high-pressure and high-temperature oven. Finally, we can bond the crown in place.

This unique CEREC® technology lets us complete the entire process in just one day and one appointment. You can even go home and eat that same day! You don’t have to be numb more than once or put up with temporary crowns for weeks. As there is no temporary crown, you don’t have to worry about it breaking or falling out.

CEREC® is just one of many pieces of advanced technology that we use at New Leaf Rohnert Park to improve your experience and results.

Every member of our team has the training and experience to give you confidence. Your mouth is always in good hands with us.

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Dental Crowns in Rohnert Park CA

Benefits of Crowns

Dental crowns can give you plenty of benefits, including:

Support teeth.
Restore broken or worn-down teeth.
Protecting weak teeth to prevent breaking.
Relieve pain from damaged teeth.
Covering severely discolored or misshapen teeth.
Improving the appearance of your smile.
Customized for your mouth and tooth.
Fran With Dental Patient

Stop Worrying Αbout Weak or Damaged Teeth

Without a dental crown, you may find yourself constantly worrying about a weak tooth. You may have to be extra careful about what you eat to prevent breaking or cracking it further. Or maybe your tooth is broken or worn down to the point that it barely functions, making it hard to chew.

You may also have cosmetic concerns, as you may not be happy with the appearance of your teeth. Maybe you don’t want to smile for photos or do anything that may show your teeth to others.

Enjoy Functional Teeth

Placing a crown over a weak tooth means that you don’t have to worry about it chipping or breaking. This lets you eat, drink, and enjoy life without concerns. You will also find it easier to eat with a crown in place. This is especially true if your tooth is weak, broken, or misshapen.

A crown can give you more self-confidence. Having misshapen or discolored teeth can be hard on your self-esteem, especially when they are in the front of the mouth. A crown can look like natural teeth, making this no longer a concern. If you prefer, you can also opt for crowns with a different appearance, such as gold ones.

Dentist Eddie Kuo With Senior Patient

Our restorative dentistry services

FillingsCracked Tooth RepairCrownsDenturesInlays & Onlays

Our Guarantee to Excellence

At New Leaf Rohnert Park, we promise to always put your well-being first, including when suggesting and providing dental crowns in Rohnert Park. We promise to carefully evaluate your teeth’s health and overall oral health. We will then use that information to suggest a dental treatment that best fits your needs, whether it is crowns or something else.

We promise to always deliver results as quickly as possible. In the case of porcelain crowns, that can be the same day thanks to CEREC® technology. For other types of crowns, it will typically be a few weeks. We will always let you know how long of a wait to expect as well as the expected results.

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Contact Us Today

Instead of worrying about your weak or damaged teeth, have us create dental crowns in Rohnert Park. You will regain the ability to eat your favorite foods and not have to worry about further damage to your teeth. You will find yourself smiling bright and wide again.

Call us or fill out the form to request an appointment at New Leaf Rohnert Park.


What are dental crowns?

Dental crowns are caps that mimic the natural shape of your teeth and cover them. They are designed to restore the strength, size, shape, and appearance of your teeth. Dr. Eddie Kuo will cement your crowns in place so that they fully cover every visible part of your tooth above your gumline.

There are several types of crowns, with porcelain being among the most popular. All-porcelain or all-ceramic crowns are sturdy, good for those with metal allergies, and better at providing a natural color. Stainless steel crowns are typically used for temporary solutions or children.

Most dental crowns are designed to look like natural teeth. You can also, however, opt for a gold crown. This is another option for those who prefer the style of gold crowns and want the same benefits as a regular crown. Your tooth structure is still preserved. Gold is inert, so it is highly biocompatible and unlikely to cause allergies. It also lasts well without fracturing. Just keep in mind that gold is soft, so gold crowns may not last as long as those made from porcelain.

The choice of which material is best for your crown will depend on various factors. These can include the function and location of the tooth, your gum tissue, and how much of the tooth shows when smiling.

Why would I need a dental crown?

You might need a dental crown if you have:

  1. A tooth that is severely damaged, decayed, or weakened.
  2. A tooth with a large filling that needs additional support.
  3. A tooth that has had a root canal treatment and needs protection.
  4. A dental implant that requires a crown to replace the missing tooth.
  5. A tooth that is misshapen or discolored and needs a cosmetic improvement.

How is a dental crown placed?

Placing a dental crown usually takes two appointments. During the first appointment, your dentist will numb the area and prepare the tooth by removing any decay and shaping it to fit the crown. They will then take an impression of your tooth, which is sent to a dental lab where your crown is made. Your dentist will place a temporary crown to protect your tooth while you wait for the permanent crown.

At your second appointment, your dentist will remove the temporary crown and check the fit and color of the permanent crown. If everything looks good, they will cement the permanent crown in place, making sure it fits comfortably and looks natural.

Do dental crowns hurt?

Getting a dental crown should not be painful, as your dentist will numb the area around the tooth before they start the procedure. You may feel some pressure or mild discomfort during the tooth preparation, but most people don’t experience significant pain. After the crown is placed, you might have some sensitivity or discomfort for a few days, but this should go away on its own.

How much do dental crowns cost?

The cost of dental crowns can vary depending on the type of material used and where you live. On average, dental crowns can cost between $500 and $3,000 per tooth. Porcelain crowns tend to be more expensive than metal crowns. Many dental insurance plans cover at least part of the cost of dental crowns, so be sure to check with your insurance provider and dentist to find out how much your treatment will cost.

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