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What Are Crowns?

At Androscoggin Valley Dental, our dental crowns are carefully crafted to meet your specific needs. Our skilled team utilizes advanced materials and techniques to create durable and aesthetically pleasing crowns. We offer a variety of crown options, including porcelain, ceramic, and metal, tailored to match your natural teeth seamlessly. Our experienced dentists ensure a comfortable process, utilizing precise tooth preparation techniques for an optimal fit. We prioritize your satisfaction and aim to restore the health, function, and beauty of your smile. Trust Androscoggin Valley Dental for high-quality dental crowns that leave you with a confident and radiant smile.

Protection and Restoration

Dental crowns provide protection and restore the functionality of damaged or decayed teeth.


Crowns are designed to match the natural appearance of your teeth, enhancing your smile’s aesthetics.

Durability and Longevity

Made from durable materials like porcelain or metal, dental crowns are built to last, providing long-term solutions.


Crowns can be used for various purposes, such as covering dental implants, supporting bridges, or strengthening weakened teeth.


Crowns Procedure


Q: Why might I need a dental crown?

A: Dental crowns are used to restore and protect damaged or decayed teeth, enhance aesthetics, support dental bridges, or cover dental implants.

Q: How long does the crown placement procedure take?

A: The crown placement procedure typically takes two visits. The first visit involves tooth preparation and impression taking, while the second visit is for crown placement, which usually takes about an hour.

Q: How long do dental crowns last?

A: Dental crowns can last between 10 to 15 years or even longer with proper care and maintenance.

Q: Are dental crowns noticeable?

A: Modern dental crowns are designed to match the color, shape, and size of your natural teeth, resulting in a seamless and natural appearance.

Q: Does getting a dental crown hurt?

A: The process of getting a dental crown is generally painless. Local anesthesia is used during tooth preparation to ensure your comfort.

Q: How should I care for my dental crown?

A: Proper oral hygiene, including regular brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups, is essential to maintain the longevity of your dental crown. Avoiding excessive force or biting on hard objects can also help preserve its integrity.

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