A way to fill in gaps, including spaces between missing and real teeth.
Synthetic teeth that are custom-made to replace missing teeth.
A filling is used to treat a small hole, or cavity, in a tooth.
Eliminate swollen, sore, bleeding gums and bad breath.
Gum Disease Treatment
A procedure that adds gum tissue to an area with gum recession.
A way to restoring the structure of teeth after decay or damage.
Inlays & Onlays
A way to save an infected tooth from extraction.
Root Canal Treatment
Flexible monthly payments and low interest rates. Contact us to learn about personalized financing.
2. FSA or HSA
Take advantage of your pre-tax dollars and combine it with insurance or financing for more savings.
Insurance may cover up to $2,500 for orthodontics. Combine it with your FSA or HSA for extra savings.
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We bring you flexible options to help you get the dental care you need.
What are dental crowns?
A dental crown completely covers a tooth that’s experienced severe damage or decay. The crown is made of porcelain and looks like your other teeth, providing a natural alternative for tooth restoration. We frequently use dental crowns in Ventura on teeth that need a higher level of protection or restoration. For example, after a root canal, we often place a crown on the affected tooth. This reinforces the tooth so that it doesn’t continue to weaken.
How do Dental Crowns help your oral health?
Damaged teeth are at risk of continuing to degrade. Ventura dental crowns allow you to keep a severely worn tooth that otherwise may require extraction. A crown also restores functionality to your tooth. It’s difficult to properly chew and bite with a worn-out tooth; this can even cause additional wear and tear on the teeth that have to compensate for your damaged tooth.
What’s the process for receiving dental crowns?
Thanks to advancements in dental technology, the process for receiving a dental crown is fast and efficient in our office.
CEREC same-day Dental Crowns
We use CEREC (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramic) to create in-house dental crowns. This technology enables us to use 3D digital dental impressions to produce high-quality crowns that are perfectly customized to your teeth. CEREC dental crowns in Ventura are produced in a single day, preventing the lengthy waiting time required to make traditional dental crowns and avoiding the need for annoying temporary crowns.
What happens after you receive your dental crown?
A dental crown requires no special care other than good oral hygiene. Brush and floss your teeth twice a day, and schedule regular cleanings and dental examinations.
What are the benefits of dental crowns?
There are numerous benefits associated with dental crowns that make them a preferred alternative for restoring and repairing teeth:
A crown improves the look of your tooth
While we often recommend dental crowns in Ventura for restoring broken teeth, they’re also a terrific alternative for teeth that are misshapen or discolored. The crown will drastically improve your tooth’s aesthetics so that it compliments your smile.
Crowns have a long lifespan
Ventura dental crowns are durable and 10 to 20 years when they’re properly cared for. Their long lifespan makes them an effective, affordable treatment for restoring your teeth.
The crown adds extra protection to your tooth
Crows are ideal for teeth that are prone to fracture. The crown surrounds your broken, decayed, or worn down tooth to stabilize and resist fractures.
Same-Day Dental Crowns
Dental crowns are caps used to repair damaged teeth. Ventura dental crowns are frequently used when a filling isn’t sufficient to restore and protect a damaged tooth.
Same-day crowns near you.
"We are elevating the experience of oral health care by providing dental treatment you need from a team you can trust in an understanding and caring environment."
Dr. Steph, DDS, FAGD
Family, Cosmetic, and Implant Dentist