Dental Crowns in Toronto

Dental Crowns in Toronto
What is a Dental Crown?

Dental crowns are caps put on top of damaged teeth. So dentists use them to protect, cover, and restore the shape of your teeth when fillings do not solve the problem. They typically do not require special care over time other than regular good oral hygiene.

Dental caps, also known as Dental Crowns in Toronto, enhance the formation and health of your smile and conserve your damaged teeth from further decay. Anyone suffering from chipped or decayed teeth should consider these caps, especially in Toronto, to get a perfect smile. They cover broken or chipped teeth. They are not only a part of cosmetic procedures but also an essential part of oral health care.

If you need to undergo a root canal treatment, our dentist removes the nerves and the root from your tooth, making the tooth more prone to damage. In such cases, our dentist covers the tooth with a cap to keep it safe from harm, providing its needed strength.

What Are Dental Crowns Made of?
A close-up image of a man's teeth, with tooth-shaped caps used to cover damaged or decayed teeth

Dentists use temporary crowns when a natural tooth needs a permanent crown. The dentist will place a temporary cap while they wait for the permanent one, which could take a few weeks, especially when it comes to Dental Crowns in Toronto, to give you the desired results. The bone may need to heal for a few weeks to many months before a dentist covers an implant with a fixed cap. On the other hand, sturdy caps are made of:

A person holding a dental implant with a tooth, surrounded by metal crowns for a natural-looking smile

Caps for teeth can be made of many different metals, such as chromium, alloy, gold, nickel, palladium, and so on. Metal caps are the most lasting because they don’t break or chip easily and only a small amount of tooth needs to be taken away. Also, you can bite and chew them. But their biggest problem is the colour. So they’re good for teeth in the back that don’t show.


They can match the color of the teeth next to them because they have a more natural tooth color. Sometimes, the metal under the porcelain cap shows a dark line, tough. The chance of the porcelain portion breaking off or chipping and the wearing down of the opposite teeth within the mouth are other cons of porcelain-fused-to-metal dental crowns. The wear on the other teeth explicitly affects the teeth that contact the cap on the bottom and top of the mouth when you have your mouth closed. As a result, Porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns can be a good choice for back or front teeth.

porcelain-fused-to-metal dental crowns
A dentist holds a tray of teeth with different colours, showcasing all-resin dental crowns

Plastic caps are typically less expensive than caps manufactured of other materials. However, compared to their porcelain-fused-to-metal counterpart, they are more prone to break and deteriorate with time.

All-porcelain or all-ceramic

Comparatively speaking, all-ceramic or all-porcelain dental crowns provide the closest resemblance to natural colour. They are also an excellent option if you are allergic to metal. They are not, however, as strong as dental caps made of porcelain bonded to metal. Additionally, they could cause the teeth next to them in the mouth to erode faster than resin or metal crowns. The front teeth are a suitable candidate for all-ceramic crowns.

A dentist holding a frame in front of a woman's mouth, examining her teeth. They may be checking her all-porcelain or all-ceramic dental crowns
Dental Crowns in Toronto
Pressed Ceramic

pressed ceramic dental crowns to make all-ceramic crowns without the metal frame. Porcelain is the best natural colour match for their crowns, while having a hard inner core. Most importantly, they last longer than porcelain-only crowns.

A woman with a smile on her face
Reasons for Getting a Dental Crown

There are several reasons for you to have dental caps, including:

  • Covering a tooth after a root canal.
  • Surrounding a dental implant.
  • Covering misshapen or severely discolored teeth.
  • Holding a dental bridge in place.
  • Supporting and covering a tooth with not much tooth remaining and a large filling.
  • Restoring a severely worn-down tooth or a broken tooth.
  • Protecting a decayed or weak tooth from breaking or keeping the weak tooth together if it has cracked parts.

Best Dental Crowns in Toronto

Are you in search of a dental crowns in Toronto? Dental Land is the place to be. Dental Land is happy to provide you with expert service that keeps your smile beautiful, whether you need a dental cap or other dental services. Call Dental Land to schedule your appointment today!


What they charge depends on the kind of cap they are utilizing. Porcelain ones cost more than metal ones and more than gold ones, on average. The cost of same-day crowns is often comparable to that of regular crowns, but there are no additional office visits to pay for.

A capped tooth does not need any special care. Nevertheless, the underlying tooth still needs to be protected from gum disease or decay. Therefore, you should continue following good oral hygiene practices. These practices include flossing once a day and brushing your teeth twice a day — especially where the gum meets your tooth around the cap area. Also, avoid biting on hard foods with porcelain caps (for example, chewing popcorn hulls or ice) to prevent cracking the porcelain. Be sure to see your dentist for professional teeth cleanings and regular exams.

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