Pell City Dental​

Tel: 205-509-5116 | 1605 Cogswell Ave, Pell City, AL 35125

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Procera Dental Crowns

If your teeth are worn down, chipped, or fractured, Dr. Scott Barnett may recommend a dental crown! These custom-made caps help protect your teeth from further damage and restore your smile. Pell City Dental Center PC is pleased to offer dental crowns in Pell City, Alabama, to help give you an all-natural appearance. These outstanding crowns are so life-like that they are indistinguishable from your natural teeth, and are known for their long-lasting strength and durability. We also provide dental crowns made of gold, porcelain, and all-ceramic materials. Call our office today to learn more about dental crowns and to schedule your consultation with our experienced dentist!

A dental crown, or cap, is a restoration that can be used for a number of purposes. One of the most common uses of a dental crown is to restore a tooth that is significantly damaged or decayed. The crown is custom made to fit over the entire tooth, starting at the gum line, in order to restore the tooth to its original shape and size. Dental crowns can be made of gold, porcelain, or porcelain fused to metal; porcelain crowns are popular because they match the natural color and appearance of your teeth. Our dentist will help you determine which type of dental crown is right for your smile.

Your smile may benefit from a crown if a tooth is damaged or decayed to the point that a dental filling will not provide a successful restoration. Crowns can also be used for a number of other restorative and aesthetic purposes, including:

  • To protect a tooth following root canal treatment

  • To anchor and attach a dental bridge

  • To cover and complete a dental implant

  • To enhance the beauty of your smile

  • To improve a misshapen tooth

  • To strengthen a tooth that is fractured or weakened

  • To support a large filling when little natural tooth structure remains


To find out whether a dental crown is right for you, we welcome you to contact us today!

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