Dental Crowns Treatment in Gurgaon

Dental crowns are the caps that are placed over a tooth and crystallized at their place by dental adhesive. They act like a protective cover for badly decayed teeth or fractured teeth and a permanent restoration solution for teeth with large fillings. The Dental Hub provides customized dental crowns in Gurgaon according to the patient needs and satisfaction.

On your first visit at The Dental Hub, Dr. Neha Garg, one of the renowned implantologist in Gurgaon might ask questions relating to your oral health history so that she can serve your needs better. After proper evaluation of oral health information, our specialist will now recommend the best treatment plan for your needs. We understand a patient's hectic schedule and try to provide excellent results in minimum visits.

The durability of the  dental crown is determined by the exactness of its fit to the underlying tooth. An ill-fitted crown may house bacteria and bring damage to the tooth in progressive years, so the fit requires attention by the dentist.

When is Dental Crown Needed?

There can be various dental conditions  when a dentist may prescribe you to go for a dental crown. Some of the situations that call for a dental crown are :-


  • Wear and Tear 

        Grinding of teeth or bruxism can cause a lot of wear and tear of teeth and make them shorter as well as weaker. To avoid this erosion from progressing any further            and in order to restore the strength of the teeth back it becomes necessary to get immediate dental attention and get the crown treatments done.                            ​

  • Broken Cusps

         Breakage of cusps can make things worse as they play a significant role in the process of chewing. Cusps can be broken as a result of a trauma or any large                       fillings.It becomes very essential to get them restored with the help of a crown treatment as soon as possible to prevent further dental damages.

  • Cracked Tooth

         It is a condition in which a tooth doesn’t completely get rooted out but has a crack. It is a very painful situation to find yourself in and the fracture lines can even                 result in a split. Getting a crown placed on such a tooth ensures an even distribution of stress while chewing and helps in keeping it intact and in its place.


  • Implants and Bridges

        The placement of the crown over the dental implants can help in reinstating the spaces which were left as a result of removal of a tooth. Dental Bridges also used             to fill the gaps when they are used along with a crown via an artificial tooth placed in the middle of gaps.​


Multi-day procedure with a temporary crown

With a traditional crown, you will need to visit your dentist’s office twice.

  1. The dentist examines the tooth with the help of x-ray that needs the crown. They also may take a mold of your tooth.

  2. Your dentist will file down and remove the outer layer of the tooth.

  3. An impression of your trimmed tooth and the surrounding teeth will be made. The dentist will put a temporary crown over your damaged tooth to protect it.

  4. They send the impression to a lab that makes the crown. This step may take several days.

  5. You need a second visit so that your dentist can cement the crown to your tooth.


Same-day procedure

With a same-day procedure, you can skip the temporary crown step

  1. The dentist takes digital pictures of the target tooth which needs a dental crown.

  2. Using the digital scan from the photos, the dentist creates the crown right there in the office. You may have to wait for 2 hours until the crown is made.

  3. Your dentist cements it into place, once the crown is ready. The entire process takes about 2 to 4 hours or less depending on the expertise of dental crown specialists.