High-Quality Dental Crowns in Fresno

dental crowns in Fresno, CAIf you're looking for a restorative option for repairing and protecting damaged teeth, dental crowns may be the perfect solution for you. From a crack in your tooth to severe dental decay, crowns can be a difference-maker for your smile and overall well-being. At Molina Dentistry, we strive to help families improve their smiles' aesthetics and protect their oral health with dental crowns in Fresno.

Dr. Eddie Molina and Dr. Patty Molina are passionate about giving you the excellent care you deserve. Together with our experienced team, we deliver streamlined cosmetic dental services using the latest technological advances in the industry. Our team is also dedicated to your comfort and will do everything we can to ensure your time with us is as relaxing as possible. Visit our office today to find out whether crowns are the right option for you!


What Is a Dental Crown?

A dental crown is a restoration placed over a damaged tooth to restore its functionality and protect the tooth from further damage or decay. We're pleased to provide porcelain dental crowns in Fresno made from dental-grade ceramic. Porcelain is popular for its durability and resemblance to your natural teeth in both color and shape. Our dental office partners with trusted labs to customize dental crowns that seamlessly fit your smile.

Do I Need a Dental Crown?

crown restorations in Fresno, CAYou may consider receiving a dental crown for many reasons. Our dentist will work closely with you to determine whether a crown is the right fit for you. Additionally, we're more than happy to answer any questions you may have about getting dental crowns in Fresno. While some people need them to restore a damaged tooth, others get dental crowns to:

  • Enhance their smile's aesthetics.
  • Cap a decayed tooth.
  • Restore a tooth after successful root canal therapy.
  • Complete dental implant restoration.

Caring for Dental Crowns

Once a porcelain dental crown is in place, proper care of your prosthetic can maintain its functionality and prolong its life for many years. Some helpful tips include:

  • Practice careful brushing and consider using toothpaste for sensitive teeth if your crown is sensitive to heat or cold.
  • It is advisable to brush your teeth twice a day to keep your crown as clean as possible.
  • Flossing regularly can also help keep your crown in tip-top shape.
  • Avoid chewing on hard foods as they may cause damage to your porcelain crown.
  • If you clench or grind your teeth at night, your dentist may recommend a nightguard to protect your crown from damage.

If your crown breaks or gets lost, come into our office as soon as possible. We have extended office time for all our patients of record. Weekend phone calls go straight to our dentist's cell phone, and we will return your call as soon as possible to determine the best course of action.

Dental Crowns FAQs

It's normal for patients to have plenty of questions before receiving their dental crowns. Our Fresno team is committed to answering any questions you may have in a friendly and thoughtful manner. Some common questions include:

How long do dental crowns last?

With proper care, dental crowns can provide you with years of functionality. We'll take the time to explain how best to care for your new crown.

No, they do not. You can care for your crown just as you would any of your natural teeth.

Your dentist will anesthetize the area around your new crown so that you only experience minor discomfort.

Fresno Dental Crowns to Protect Your Smile

At Molina Dentistry, we take pride in providing quality dental crowns to Fresno residents to improve the functionality and overall health of their teeth. Our team is constantly furthering their knowledge of modern dentistry to always provide you with exceptional care. You can trust that all our recommendations have your best interests at heart.

If you need to repair a damaged tooth, you can count on us to provide you with gentle and timely services. Contact us today to schedule your appointment!



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We encourage you to contact us with any questions or comments you may have. Please call our office or use the quick contact form.