A broken or damaged tooth can make eating or chewing a challenge and puts your oral health at risk.
At Southern Dental Implant Center, we offer stunning dental crowns to restore the form and function of your tooth for years to come.
Find out why patients throughout Cordova, TN, and Memphis, TN, trust our state-of-the-art dental practice with their smiles.
See How a Crown Is Placed
Crowns help protect the tooth's structure, including the roots and base. While an injury or root canal infection may compromise the function and aesthetics of your tooth, a crown can help restore it and prevent the need for extraction.
Dental Crowns Provide a Wealth of Benefits
Our crowns are crafted from durable dental materials such as IPS e.max®, empress, zirconia, and porcelain. Designed to withstand tremendous force from biting and chewing, crowns can last a decade or more with proper care.
Restored Oral Health
If left untreated, a weakened or badly decayed tooth may need to be extracted. Our Cordova dentist uses dental crowns to give a tooth a second chance at life by protecting it against further damage.
Are you concerned your crown won't look natural? Our dentist ensures results that seamlessly blend in with the rest of your smile. Dental porcelain has a natural translucency that mimics real enamel.
Can Crowns Benefit You? Find Out With a Consultation
Dental crowns are an excellent way to improve your oral health and the look of your smile. If you have an injured tooth or need to restore your tooth after a root canal infection, a dental crown can help you reclaim your smile.
Getting a crown now can reduce your chances of needing a tooth extraction and dental implant later. While Dr. Jason Collier is highly experienced in placing dental implants, he understands that the process is arduous and more expensive than a crown. He will always try to save the structure of your tooth with a well-made crown before resorting to implants. If you need a crown and are looking for an accomplished dentist in Memphis and the Mid-South area, contact us with our form or give our Cordova office a call:
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We Can Achieve Dramatic Transformations
Dental crowns can be combined with veneers, dental implants, and other treatments to help patients achieve their best smile yet. A temporary bridge was removed for this patient, and the empty gap was restored with implant-supported crowns. To even out her smile and perfect her bite, crowns and veneers were put on top of existing healthy teeth that were crooked or discolored.
Which Dental Issues Can Crowns Address?
Tooth DecayIn some instances, a cavity may be too large for a filling. A dental crown protects the tooth and seals it off from bacteria in the mouth to prevent decay from worsening.
Root CanalAfter receiving a root canal, a tooth is weakened and may require a dental crown. A porcelain crown provides an extra layer of reinforcement and restores the strength and functionality of the tooth.
Cosmetic ImperfectionsCrowns are typically used in restorative dentistry, but they can also address cosmetic issues. A porcelain crown can adjust the size of a tooth that is too big or small or conceal discoloration that doesn't respond to whitening.
Dentistry With a Personalized Touch Request Your Consultation Today
Are you in need of a dental crown? We invite you to request a consultation with our dentist so we can conduct a thorough evaluation and learn more about your needs. Whether you are interested in a crown made of porcelain, zirconia, or another durable material, we ensure a stress-free and seamless process thanks to our years of experience and friendly demeanor.
Thankful Reviews From Memphis Patients
I had a great experience at this office. The staff was pleasant, courtesy, informative and professional. Dr. Colliers is the best . He explained things to you where you can understand what he is saying. He takes time with you so if you have questions he is there to answer them. He is far most the best dentist I have ever been to. They make you feel comfortable and at home. Great environment.View on Google
The doctor and staff are very courteous and considerate. They care about their customers and what your concerns are. Every procedure has been thoroughly explained. They were performed professionally and safely. We have been pleased.View on Google
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Let Our Memphis Office Find the Perfect Crown for You Call Us Today
Based on your needs and aesthetic preferences, Southern Dental Implant Center can fashion the perfect dental crown for your smile. Our trusted dental lab can design Empress® crowns, IPS e.max® crowns, zirconia crowns, and other styles of crowns while you wear a protective temporary crown.
No matter what style of dental crown you choose, our dentist serving Memphis, TN, will make sure it compliments your smile and protects your natural tooth. If you're missing a tooth, ask about implant-supported dental crowns.
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The Dental Crowns Treatment Process
Practice Good Oral HygieneAfter your porcelain crown or another style of crown is placed, you should continue brushing twice daily and flossing at least once a day to prevent tooth decay and gum disease.
Be Gentle With Your TeethWhile crowns are made of strong materials, they can still crack and break with enough force. Grinding your teeth or chewing on hard objects like ice can cause additional strain on your teeth and wear down your crown.
Attend Regular CheckupsCrowns strengthen your teeth, but they cannot prevent other issues like gum disease or infected teeth. Attending regular checkups and cleanings at the dentist's office will help you maintain good long-term oral health.
Ask About Sedation Dentistry Ii You're Nervous About Treatment
This sedation method involves taking a sedative in pill form about an hour before your appointment. You will feel drowsy by the time you arrive at our office, so you will need someone to drive you to and from your appointment. Our team will monitor you during your procedure to ensure you remain safe and comfortable.
Sedative medication is administered directly into the bloodstream, allowing it to work quickly. IV sedation causes a deeper state of relaxation, leaving you with no memory of your treatment. Your vital signs will be monitored throughout your procedure and your dosage will be adjusted to maximize your comfort and safety.
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The team at Southern Dental Implant is great. Friendly reception when I arrive and wonderful experience with my 4 month cleaning. They make me feel like family every time I go. And clean and sparkling teeth make me feel like I can present myself very well to all the people I meet everyday. Great Job!!!View on Google
I live in Hong Kong and I travel twice year to Southern Dental Implants just to get my teeth cleaned and any other dental work that needs to be done. Their staff are warm, friendly and above all professional. I wouldn’t go anywhere else.View on Google
What Affects the Cost of a Dental Crown?
The cost of a dental crown depends on several factors, such as which tooth is being treated and which crown material was selected. For example, a crown on your back molar will typically cost more due to the size. Our team is transparent about all costs and can provide an accurate estimate after evaluating your tooth at our Cordova, TN, office.