Crowns are versatile devices that are easy to use and can solve a wide range of dental problems, from damaged teeth to discoloration. These small caps fit tightly over existing natural teeth to make your smile brighter and stronger.

Crowns may be recommended for any of the following conditions:

  • Stains or discoloration
  • Chipped or cracked teeth
  • Cavity protection
  • Worn tooth restoration
  • A dental bridge that needs support

Transform Your Smile with Dental Crowns in Holladay, UT

Are you looking to restore the strength, function, and aesthetics of your smile? Look no further than dental crowns at Smart Dental Care in Holladay, UT. Our practice offers high-quality dental crown solutions tailored to address a variety of dental concerns, helping you achieve the best oral health possible and regain confidence in your smile. Revitalize your smile and confidence with dental crown solutions.

When Do You Need a Dental Crown?

Dental issues such as decay, damage, or discoloration can not only impact your oral health but also affect your self-esteem and quality of life. Whether you’re dealing with a chipped tooth, extensive decay, or aesthetic concerns, these dental issues can cause discomfort and embarrassment.

A dental crown can strengthen a damaged tooth, protecting it from further decay. It can also cover a chipped or broken tooth, making sure the tooth will not break further. Crowns can even be used to cover extensive stains that don’t respond to whitening treatments.

Enhancing Your Life with Dental Crowns

At Smart Dental Care, we believe in the transformative power of dental crowns. They allow us to address a wide array of dental issues while restoring the natural beauty and functionality of your smile. While crowns used to typically be made of metal, these days, we have beautiful ceramic crowns that can all be custom-matched to fit in perfectly with your natural teeth.

From improving tooth aesthetics to enhancing durability and strength, our custom-crafted crowns offer long-lasting solutions that go beyond mere cosmetic enhancement—they offer unparalleled protection for your teeth.

Why Get Dental Crowns from Smart Dental Care

Our dental crowns have many benefits that can help patients with damaged teeth:

  • A cohesive and beautiful smile
  • Protection for weakened teeth
  • Increased confidence
  • Same-day treatment
  • Lasting restorations
  • Reduced pain

If You’re Experiencing Tooth Pain, Contact Our Office Today and Experience Relief and Security with Our Dental Crowns.

Treatment Options for Dental Crowns

Dental crowns at Smart Dental Care are crafted to match the color and texture of natural teeth. They give a natural-looking and long-lasting solution that is durable and strong.

If our dentist recommends a crown, you can rest easy knowing that any crown you receive through our office will be designed to fit you specifically with maximum comfort and minimal inconvenience. Our crowns offer several benefits that you won’t find in every dentist’s office.

Same-Day Crowns

We know that for many people one of the biggest obstacles to dental work is the demand it can put on their schedule. With our CEREC machines, we offer same-day crowns so that you can receive your crowns in a single visit to our office, rather than struggling to fit multiple visits into your busy schedule!

Other crown methods often require temporary crowns while the permanent fixture is crafted in an off-site lab, but our method does not. We eliminate this step to make the process that much shorter and simpler for you.


We use CEREC crowns, which are created right here in our office and are made of durable, long-lasting ceramic. This ceramic is tooth-colored and blends naturally with your other teeth. No one will be able to tell that you have a crown even as you experience its benefits!

Many people have found that the CEREC process can be more comfortable than traditional crowns, which is just one more reason why a CEREC crown might be a great fit for you.

How the Dental Crown Process Works

Our dental crown process is efficient and straightforward. Our goal is to get you in and out of the chair in the shortest amount of time possible without compromising on quality. Here’s a detailed overview of what your experience will look like:

  1. Initial consultation. The process typically begins with a consultation with our dentist. During this appointment, we will examine your teeth and discuss your dental concerns to determine if a dental crown is the appropriate treatment option.
  2. Tooth preparation. If it’s decided that a dental crown is necessary, the next step is tooth preparation. Our dentist will numb the tooth and surrounding area with local anesthesia to ensure a painless experience. Then they’ll reshape the tooth by removing a small amount of enamel to make room for the crown.
  3. Impressions. After tooth preparations, our dentist will take impressions of your teeth. These impressions will serve as a blueprint for creating a custom-fitted dental crown that matches the shape, size, and color of your natural teeth.
  4. Crown fabrication. We will use your dental impressions to make a custom crown on our CEREC machine. This can be done on the same-day in-office, saving you an extra appointment.
  5. Crown placement. Once your permanent crown is ready, our dentist will thoroughly clean the prepared tooth and check the fit and appearance of the new crown. Then, they’ll cement it into place.
  6. Final adjustments. After your crown is placed, our dentist will make any necessary adjustments to ensure the crown fits comfortably and functions properly. They’ll also check your bite to ensure that it aligns correctly with your other teeth.

After you’ve gotten your crown, you’ll need to make sure to maintain good oral hygiene by brushing and flossing regularly and getting semi-annual dental check-ups. This will ensure your crown lasts as long as possible.

Who Is a Good Candidate for Dental Crowns?

Dental crowns are versatile restorative solutions that can address a wide range of dental issues. The question is, would a dental crown be right for you? Some factors that indicate you may benefit from dental crowns include:

  • Significant tooth damage. If you have a tooth with extensive decay, damage from impact, or large fillings, dental crowns can provide the necessary structural support and protection to keep your tooth healthy. Crowns cover the entire visible portion of the tooth, restoring its strength and integrity.
  • Fractured or cracked teeth. Teeth that are cracked or fractured due to injury or grinding may require dental crowns to prevent further damage and preserve the tooth’s functionality. Crowns hold the tooth together, preventing the crack from worsening and allowing you to bite and chew comfortably.
  • Weak or worn down teeth. Teeth that have become weakened or worn down over time, often due to bruxism (teeth grinding), erosion, or aging, can benefit from dental crowns. Crowns provide reinforcement, restoring the tooth’s shape, size, and function.
  • A desire for cosmetic enhancements. Dental crowns can also be used for cosmetic purposes to improve the appearance of teeth with aesthetic concerns such as discoloration, misalignment, or irregular shape. Crowns can be customized to match the color, size, and shape of your natural teeth, creating a seamless and attractive smile.
  • Root canal treatment. Following root canal therapy, a tooth may become weak and susceptible to fracture. Placing a dental crown over the treated tooth adds strength and protection, reducing the risk of infection and preserving the tooth’s longevity.
  • The need to replace large fillings. If you have large fillings that have worn out or become damaged, dental crowns can provide a more durable and long-lasting solution. Crowns cover the entire tooth surface, providing better protection and stability than fillings alone.
  • Dental implants. Dental crowns are commonly used to restore single dental implants, replacing missing teeth with natural-looking and functional replacements. Crowns are attached to the implant abutment, restoring your smile’s appearance and function.

Overall, individuals with damaged, weakened, or aesthetically compromised teeth are excellent candidates for dental crowns.

Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Crowns

If you have any questions about dental crowns, don’t hesitate to contact our office. We are happy to provide you with any information you need. Here are some commonly asked questions about dental crowns.

How long do dental crowns last?

With proper care and maintenance, dental crowns can last upwards of 10–15 years. Regular dental check-ups and good oral hygiene practices like daily brushing and flossing are essential for maximizing the lifespan of your crowns.

Are dental crowns painful to get?

The process of getting dental crowns is typically painless, as it involves numbing the affected tooth and surrounding area with local anesthesia. Depending on the reason you’re getting a crown, you might experience a decrease in pain, since your painful tooth is now treated.

What issues do dental crowns fix?

Dental crowns can be used for a variety of issues, including damaged or decayed teeth, broken or chipped teeth, or even teeth that are severely stained. Your dentist will let you know if a crown is needed or if you’re interested in a crown, feel free to let us know!

For a Smile Polish or Repair, Ask Us About Crowns Today!

If you’re interested in the benefits of dental crowns or would like to schedule an appointment, contact us today! We’re excited to help you improve your smile and restore your dental health.