Dr. Adam Jensen uses dental crowns to…
- Aid in the repair of missing or decayed teeth
- Protect against decay and damage
- Complete a root canal or implant procedure
Our crowns are high-tech and easy to care for. We offer many choices of styles and materials, including natural-looking tooth-colored crowns.
Have you been told by another dentist you need a root canal or implant? Call us at (907) 868-3000 to get a free second opinion.
Chugach Dental is staying on top of modern dental technology to bring you the best care possible.
We invested in a new digital intraoral scanner displays a 3-D rendering of a patient's teeth on a screen immediately after the scan is complete, providing a more impactful dental experience and a better understanding of the condition of their teeth and the recommended treatment plan.
The scanner is more comfortable than traditional approaches. It's quicker, convenient, and creates more accurate scans to get more precise impressions.
When is a dental crown needed?
Dental crowns are most commonly used as the final restoration following a root canal or dental implant procedure. Crowns restore the shape, function, and appearance of a tooth that’s been damaged or lost due to disease, decay, or injury.
After a root canal when the decayed portion of the tooth has been removed, the crown acts as a “cap.” It covers and protects the remaining healthy tooth structure, keeping it healthy for as long as possible.
When an implant is used to replace a missing tooth, a crown takes the place of the entire missing tooth. It attaches securely to the implant and will look/feel just like a real tooth.
In some cases, crowns may also be used to create attachment points for a bridge to replace one or more missing teeth.
Let’s talk about your options — get a free second opinion!
When crafting a crown, we begin by taking an impression of your tooth that’s used to make the crown itself. It takes about 2 weeks and we’ll provide you with a temporary crown to wear in the meantime.
Before you have a crown made, we’ll talk about the different materials and the benefits of each. Some composite porcelain-like materials are designed to match the exact shade of your natural teeth. Other materials like gold are known for their durability but don’t have that natural appearance.
Dr. Jensen will answer your questions and help you make the choice that’s best for you. Schedule your appointment at our Anchorage, AK office to get a free second opinion.
We accept all dental insurances!
We are in-network with Premera Blue Cross, Delta Dental, Moda, Aetna, Cigna, United Concordia, MetLife, TRICARE, and more. We’ll file paperwork, explain what’s covered, and help you maximize your insurance benefits.
Unfortunately, we do not accept Medicaid.
Have a question about how much your crown will cost with dental insurance? Call our Anchorage dentist office today at (907) 868-3000.
No insurance? No problem.
We’re here to help you.
Are you missing one or more teeth? Learn more about your options for a dental crown. Schedule your appointment at Chugach Dental today.