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Dental Crowns

A broken or decayed tooth can cause pain, difficulty eating and speaking, and feelings of self-consciousness.

A custom-designed dental crown from Czaplicki Family Dentistry in Milwaukee, WI, can restore the form and function of your tooth.

Why do patients choose dental crowns?

What Are Dental Crowns?

Dental crowns are single-tooth restorations that restore the look and function of your smile. At Czaplicki Family Dentistry in Milwaukee, WI, we use only the highest-quality crowns to:

  • Protect teeth that have been damaged or weakened.
  • Restore individual missing teeth.

Our dentists, Drs. Don and Cathleen Czaplicki, offer all-porcelain crowns that mimic the appearance of natural teeth. In some cases, we are able to create and place customized crowns in just one appointment.

"Very friendly and helpful staff. Even being a bit nervous, I felt so comfortable with the patient, gentle hands of the dentists as I had some major repairs done." Rebecca Bores - 5-Star Facebook Review

The Dental Crown Process

Restore Your Smile Today

If you are in need of a new crown, contact Czaplicki Family Dentistry today. We provide families from throughout greater Milwaukee with comfortable, high-tech dentistry.

Don't delay seeking treatment for a painful or damaged tooth. Prompt attention from our expert dentists can prevent the development of more serious oral health issues.

You can request an appointment at our office in Hales Corners, WI, by filling out our online form or calling our team at:

(414) 427-9090

Drs. Don and Cathleen Czaplicki
Drs. Don and Cathleen Czaplicki

What Can Crowns Solve? a Number of Dental Issues

A crown requires a minimum amount of healthy dental tissue for support. Extraction may be necessary if your tooth has been too compromised to support a crown. In such cases, our Milwaukee-area dentists can restore the gap in your smile with a crown supported by a dental implant.

Decay and Trauma

A tooth with significant damage due to decay or trauma can be strengthened by a dental crown when a filling, inlay, or onlay cannot provide the necessary coverage.

Root Canal

When decay reaches the inner portion of a tooth, root canal therapy is required to avoid extraction. After cleaning out the inner tissues of the tooth, our dentists place a crown to protect the remaining tooth structure.

Cosmetic Dentistry

Crowns can conceal cosmetic imperfections such as intrinsic stains, broken teeth, and disproportionate teeth when porcelain veneers and dental bonding do not provide enough coverage.

Tooth Loss

An implant-supported crown can replace a single missing tooth. Not only do dental implants provide a strong base for crowns, but they also prevent the jawbone atrophy that follows tooth loss.

Types of Dental Crowns

Dental crowns can be used for a variety of restorative and cosmetic purposes. Our dentists will recommend the best type of crown to meet your individual needs and help you reach your dental health goals.
Traditional Crowns

Traditional Crowns

A traditional crown may be used after a tooth has suffered extensive decay beyond the point of being able to be treated with a filling, or after it has been weakened from root canal therapy. A crown can also address a discolored natural tooth that does not respond to professional teeth whitening treatment.

Implant-Supported Crowns

Implant-Supported Crowns

A dental implant is a titanium or ceramic post that is surgically embedded in the jaw to provide a stable foundation for a dental restoration. Dental implants provide a number of advantages, including unmatched security for dental crowns.

Dental Bridge

Dental Bridges

Used to literally bridge the gap left by multiple missing, a dental bridge is held in place by adjacent healthy teeth that have been fitted with specialized crowns. These crowns are designed with fixtures that securely hold the dental bridge in place.

"Very caring, professional and highly skilled family dentistry. They are the best!" Donna Finch - 5-Star Facebook Review

Same-Day Crowns Unbeatable Convenience

CEREC milling machine

Placing a crown using traditional methods generally requires multiple office visits. The initial visit involves taking impressions of your bite and the placement of a temporary crown. Then, a dental laboratory takes a few weeks to craft your permanent dental restoration. Once ready, you return to the dentist in order to remove the temporary crown and have your permanent restoration placed. 

The advanced CEREC® system used at our Milwaukee, WI, dental office means you can skip the awkward temporary crown and a second appointment. Our dentists can create and place a crown in a single visit with our advanced CEREC machine, which precisely manufactures a custom-designed crown out of durable, lifelike porcelain in less than an hour. This saves you time and the hassle of dealing with a temporary crown, allowing you to enjoy the benefits of your restored tooth immediately.

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Czaplicki Family Dentistry

Our mission at Czaplicki Family Dentistry is to provide every patient with exceptional dental care in a friendly and supportive environment. Drs. Don and Cathy Czaplicki are proud to be affiliated with a range of prestigious organizations, including the:

  • American Dental Association
  • American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Academy of General Dentistry

For more information about our services, contact our Milwaukee office online or call (414) 427-9090 today.

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