Oral Restoration And Rehabilitation Through Porcelain Crown

Restorative dentistry has come a long way in sculpting beautiful smiles and enhancing oral function for decades. Tooth cavity is believed to be the most prevalent dental problem globally, that can wreak havoc on your oral health. Delays in treating such problems can negatively impact your oral function and facial aesthetics. Porcelain crowns are restorative methods to restore a badly damaged tooth that is beyond repair through regular dental fillings.

NE Philadelphia dentist and their team are highly skilled and trained in offering premium-quality porcelain crowns to rehabilitate your tooth structure and oral function. 

A comprehensive guide to porcelain veneers

A porcelain crown is a tooth-shaped ceramic cap that envelops your tooth. These aesthetic shells engulf the damaged tooth structure, thereby rebuilding its original form and preventing further damage. Porcelain crowns are customized according to the shape, size, and color of your natural teeth.


Porcelain crowns are popular aesthetic coverings that help treat the following conditions:

  • Broken or fractured teeth
  • Cosmetic imperfections (cracks and crazes) that negatively impact your smile
  • Severely decayed teeth
  • Large fillings that cannot be restored through a dental onlay 
  • Restoring root canal-treated teeth 
  • In case of metal allergy
  • To hide tooth stains that cannot be camouflaged through other procedures like teeth whitening  or veneers 


Getting porcelain crowns involves the following steps:

During the first appointment

  • Administration of local anesthesia to numb the affected tooth. This prevents pain and discomfort during caries excavation and tooth preparation.
  • Excavation of the decayed tissues from the affected tooth. 
  • Elimination of infection from the pulp and root canals (if necessary), followed by cleaning and disinfecting the root canals.
  • Tooth preparation using ultrasonic dental burs to ensure the crown fits the tooth accurately. 
  • Recording accurate oral impressions to create a suitable working model. 
  • Selection of an appropriate shade to match the natural teeth. 
  • Placement of a temporary crown until the permanent crown is fabricated. This helps prevent any tooth sensitivity and further damage to the prepared tooth.

During the second appointment

  • Removal of the temporary crown and cleaning of the tooth surface to eliminate any residual cement or debris. 
  • Permanent crown placement using an appropriate dental cement.
  • Evaluation of the bite to check for high points. 

Final thoughts 

Porcelain crowns are the most popular dental restorations due to a cascade of aesthetic benefits offered by them, in addition to being durable and cost-effective. Experience a never-before spark in your smile with the help of porcelain crowns. These caps are worth the hype to help rehabilitate your oral form, function, and aesthetics.