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Dentists in Fort Collins - Dental Crown Care

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Going to see a Fort Collins dentist for a dental crown appointment probably isn't how you want to spend a portion of your day. Although if you have run into a problem with one or more of your teeth, this is viable solution. This method doesn't just protect the tooth itself. It also adds a covering to the tooth in order to restore the way it looks and fits in with the rest of your teeth. Whether this is an emergency appointment or you have made plans to come in, our dentists at Shores Family Dentistry will guide you through the process.

One of the biggest concerns that most patients have when searching for a dentist in Fort Collins is wanting to avoid the pain associated with this specific procedure. We promise you that our dentist will make every effort to numb the area in order to complete the work. At the end of the procedure you may feel uncomfortable in the area near the tooth. Even your jaw as a whole may be a little sore. Do not worry! This feeling will go away. Be sure to ask your dentist if it would be okay for you to take an over the counter medication for relief on the temporary pain.

This appointment does take some time so be sure that you schedule your time accordingly. Our dentists want to make sure that they work to help save the tooth and come up with a suitable replacement for you. Remember that each minute in the office is in your best interest. A temporary crown will be put into place while the permanent solution is being created with higher quality materials.

As professional dentists in Fort Collins we make sure that your second appointment is much easier than the first. In fact, most people look forward to coming in to receive their new crown. The temporary is removed and your new, permanent crown is affixed to the tooth it was made to protect. When you walk out the door of our office there is a pretty good chance that you will feel good not only about protecting your tooth, but also the fact that no one will be able to tell that you had any type of dental work done. This new piece will blend into your mouth seamlessly from the color, size and fit.

There really is no reason to let anxiety get the best of you! Our dentists have a solution that will be able to protect your tooth and maintain your smile's appearance. A dental crown appointment is something that benefits you and your overall oral health.

The experienced doctors at Shores Family dentistry have all been dentists in Fort Collins for over 20 years, so you can be assured that you're getting the best of the best when it comes to your dental care.

Crowns are prescribed for damaged teeth Preparing damaged teeth
Crowns are prescribed for damaged, decayed, or broken teeth

The tooth is prepared by eliminating surface structure
After fabrication, the crown is cemented Crowns restore the natural beauty and health of teeth
After fabrication the crown is cemented to the prepared tooth Crowns restore natural beauty and health of teeth

We use these products for this type of treatment:

Shores Family Dentistry
4360 Boardwalk Dr. Ste #100
Fort Collins, CO 80525
P: 970.226.2920
F: 970.226.8699
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"Experience makes a difference. The doctors at Shores Family Dentistry in Fort Collins, Colorado have over 50 years of experience between them. You and your family deserve the quality, compassion and convenience Shores Family Dentistry offers."
-Jamie (current patient)

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