Dental restorations

A crown (often called a cap) covers the tooth and restores it to its original shape and size. The tooth is skilfully measured and trimmed and a highly accurate impression is made of the prepared surface. This impression is used to create a model of the tooth which is then sent to a special laboratory that will create a porcelain (tooth coloured) crown. The crown is then bonded onto the prepared surface of the tooth.

Crowns are very strong and they are used to protect the remaining tooth structure. In the hands of a skilled dentist like Dr. Laura, a crown will fit extremely well onto the prepared surface of the tooth, reducing the size of the seam between the crown and the tooth.

Crowns are excellent restorations and are highly durable.

All restoration at Dental Sur at metal-free to achieve optimal aesthetic results and saveguard the patients overall wellbeing. We have moved away from metals in our practice.

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Manuel Antonio






Pérez Zeledón


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