Dental Crowns In Sunnyvale, CA

Preserve your natural tooth structure with natural-looking dental crowns.

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Custom-made crowns for teeth to enhance your smile appearance and oral function.

Our cosmetic dentistry services in Sunnyvale offer your damaged tooth a long-term restorative treatment that involves a crown tooth to improve your smile and strengthen your weak teeth.

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DISCLAIMER: We DO NOT provide traditional metal braces.
DISCLAIMER: We DO NOT provide traditional metal braces.

What are crowns for teeth?

Dental crowns are caps placed on top of damaged teeth to protect and restore the teeth' shape. Metal, porcelain, or ceramic crowns are added to your tooth to cover the visible part of the teeth. Whatever the type of dental crowns chosen, at Trident, dental crowns are of high quality, save the teeth, maintain your beautiful smile, and are considered as a long-lasting restoration which is an effective solution to restore the functionality and strength of your teeth.

At Trident, you get to enjoy an exclusive treatment pain-free, stress-free and tear-free. Our team of experts will make sure to plan a customized treatment while providing durable dental crowns and repairing tooth damages.

Why do you need a dental crown?

  • To keep the weak tooth together and protect it from breaking
  • To cover a supporting tooth with fillings
  • To hold a dental bridge
  • To cover a dental implant
  • To cover severely discolored teeth

What can dental crowns offer you?

Crowns are not just a piece of porcelain placed on top of damaged teeth, but they also restore the tooth shape, size, and appearance.  

Dental Crowns Versus Veneers: What’s the difference?

Veneers cover the front part of the teeth, while crowns cover the entire tooth and are recommended to a new patient looking to restore imperfections while a veneer is cosmetic dentistry.

What to expect during your first consultation?

During your first visit, a Sunnyvale dentist will run a dental examination and sometimes do a root canal treatment if necessary to avoid any infection or tooth decay.

Dental crowns are thin and your dentist will need to file down the tooth to make space for the crown to fill. Once that is done, a type of paste is used to copy the shape of the tooth that is going to receive the crown; your dentist will also make sure that your bite won’t affect in any way the crown that will be put. To do so, an impression of the tooth will be sent to the dental lab. While waiting for the permanent crowns to be ready, a temporary crown will be put to cover the tooth for about two weeks.

Your next visit

The next visit is meant to set the permanent crown and cement in place. Your dentist will make sure that your bite after the crowns won’t cause any complications or pain, and you’re set.

Why choose our dental crown services?

At our dental office in Sunnyvale California, our team of experts customizes each and every crown to every patient. With us, your dental crowns are tailored to your mouth to maintain your beautiful smile.

Affordable

The payment plan for your dental crown treatment is arranged during your first visit so you don’t have to worry about any unexpected bills.

Pain-free

Your smile treatment to restore your tooth is completely painless. Thanks to modern sedation procedures, you will not feel a thing.

The best team

Our team of experts will provide you with hotel-style safe cosmetic dentistry. Enjoy massage chairs, hot towels, Netflix or refreshments.

Let's not forget

We provide the most hygienic and sterile environment by enforcing preventative measures.

Book an appointment with a crowns specialist in Sunnyvale, CA

Get the best dental crown treatment and book a consultation with a top dental office in Sunnyvale. Our team of experts will assist you during the whole process to advise on adequate dental metal, ceramic, or porcelain crowns.

Step 1

Booking

Book your first appointment and we will take care of the rest with a pain-free spa treatment. You're only one click away from your new smile.

Step 2

Consultation

During your first visit, a Sunnyvale dentist will run a dental exam and sometimes do a root canal treatment if necessary to avoid decay.

Step 3

Treatment

Your dentist will set the permanent crown and cement in place and make sure that your new bite won’t cause any complications or pain.

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Visit Trident Dental Smile in Sunnyvale, CA

Your successful tooth crown treatment is a ride away. We’re located near San Jose, Santa Clara, Mountain View, and Cupertino. Follow the map below and get the best dental crowns in Sunnyvale, CA!

Trident Smiles Dental

Address: 681 Tasman Dr, Sunnyvale, CA 94089

Hours: Monday - Friday: 9AM - 6PM

Phone: (408) 505-1777


What clients say about our tooth crown treatments in Sunnyvale, CA

We got you covered with the best tooth crown treatment in Sunnyvale. Read what some of our clients had to say about our team of experts and our services.

"I made multiple visits there, each for deep cleaning, filling and crown replacement. The facility is super clean and all covid precautions were followed. Staffs were friendly. Dr.Raja explained all the treatment plans and took good care. She made me comfortable for all the visits. I would definitely recommend."

- Anandhi P.

"Been going here for a few months now for my implant, crown, and cleanings. The staff is professional. The dentist and hygienist are so FAST and they do an amazing job explaining everything. The office also has TVs on the ceiling which makes time pass really fast. Probably the only time I’ve enjoyed the dentist."

- Lilly Ch.

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FAQs

How long do dental crowns last?

On average, dental crowns can last up to 15 years if precautions and proper oral health care are followed.

How long do crowns last on front teeth?

Good quality dental crowns can also last up to 15 years on front teeth.

How do you know when a crown needs to be replaced?

Signs that your dental crowns need to be replaced:

  • Damaged crown
  • Pain and swelling
  • Receding gum line
  • A non-aesthetically pleasing crown
What is a tooth crown?

Dental crowns are caps placed on top of damaged teeth to protect and restore the teeth' shape. Book an appointment with Trident, the best dental crown specialist in Sunnyvale.

What types of dental crowns are there?

For your treatment, metal, porcelain, or ceramic crowns are added to your tooth to cover the visible part of the teeth.

What happens if you don’t replace a crown?

When a crown is not replaced promptly, a tooth will deteriorate faster and the risk of having the tooth fall or loose will increase.

Are dental crowns a good idea?

Dental crowns are a good long-term treatment plan with a high success rate.

Do crowns ruin your teeth?

When dental crowns are not implemented by a professional dentist, crowns can devastate other teeth.

Are crowns better than fillings?

Crowns are much stronger than fillings and less likely to become loose.

Do crowns cause bad breath?

Poor hygiene always leads to a bacteria build-up which can affect crowns as much as it can affect your normal teeth.

Who is not a candidate for crowns?

If your teeth are decayed, you are not a good candidate for dental crowns.

Fun facts about Dental Crowns :)
  • Crowns are categorized as permanent and temporary. They are made from different materials depending on the patient’s needs and preferences.
  • Dental crowns can reverse the damage of the tooth by forming acting as a protective barrier on the tooth.
  • Dental crowns are made to look and work like natural teeth. However, unlike natural teeth, crowns don’t stain.
  • Some types of dental crowns are stronger than others. For example, porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns are all about strength and aesthetics. The metal structure gives the crown strength and stability, while the porcelain material provides the crown with a pearly sheen.
  • Dental crowns can last for several years before getting worn down. Although they can last a decade, you can’t make them last forever.
  • Crowns finish up a root canal. If you were scheduled for a root canal, then you should know there’s a possibility you might get a crown after the procedure.

Instructions

Pre-treatment instructions

It is CRITICAL to follow all the instructions to prepare for surgery. Your procedure WILL NOT be carried out, if these precautions are not followed. We reserve the right to cancel or postpone surgery if any of the instructions are not followed. If you have any questions, please call or text (408) 505-1777. Notify our practice of any changes to your health before your procedure.

Activity

  • Get full night’s sleep before and after the treatment. The human body recovers the most when at rest. Most of the "repairs" are done while a person is asleep, so make sure you get a lot of sleep to make the recovery from the procedure as smooth as possible.

Diet

  • Avoid anything to eat or drink for 6 hours prior to your appointment.
  • Consumption of alcohol must be avoided, 24 hours prior to the surgery.
  • If you use tobacco or marijuana products, please refrain from using it at the day of the procedure and be prepared to stop for a period afterwards. It is advisable to use anti-smoking aids (Ex. Lozenge, Patch, Anti-smoking pills)

Medication

  • If you are taking any medication, please inform your dentist immediately. If you take prescription medication, take them at your normal times unless otherwise directed by your physician or dentist. DO NOT stop taking any prescription medication unless directed by your physician and dentist.

Oral hygiene

  • Please brush your teeth and rinse thoroughly before treatment.

Driver/Caretaker

  • Your driver/caretaker MUST be present at the time of sedation and must be able to stay with you during the procedure, take you back home and stay with you. We will discuss the post-operative instructions with you and your driver/caretaker prior to sedation process.

Clothing

  • Wear loose, comfortable clothing for the procedure. Your clothes may stain during the procedure so dress accordingly. Wear Flat-soled shoes that support your ankle.
  • Do not wear cosmetics around the mouth, as they may be inadvertently transferred in the surgical area during the procedure. Prior to surgery, your nose, cheeks, lips, and chin will be disinfected.

Time

  • Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment.
  • Time is set aside specifically to place your procedure. We have reserved enough time to ensure that the operation proceeds smoothly so that the outcome will be successful. If you feel you will have any problem keeping your appointment, please give us as much notice as possible so that we might utilize your time for another patient.

Alcohol

  • Consumption of alcohol must be avoided, 24 hours prior to the surgery.
Post-treatment instructions

Activity

  • After your appointment when anesthetic has been used, your lips, teeth and tongue may be numb for several hours. Avoid any chewing on the side of the treated tooth until the numbness has completely worn off.

Diet

  • Avoid chewing sticky foods (especially gum). Avoid biting hard foods and hard substances, such as ice, fingernails, and pencils. If possible, chew only on the opposite side of your mouth.

Pain

  • It's normal to experience some discomfort for several days after treatment, especially when chewing.

Medication

  • To control discomfort, take pain medication as recommended by your dentist. If antibiotics are prescribed, continue to take them for the indicated length of time, even if all symptoms and signs of infection are gone.
  • If you were not prescribed a pain medication by us but are experiencing pain after your appointment, we recommend taking over the counter pain medication. We recommend ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil, Nuprin) or naproxen (Aleve, Anaprox). Should you experience discomfort that cannot be controlled with pain medications or should swelling develop, please call our office.

Oral Hygiene

  • It's important to continue to brush and floss normally.

Swelling

  • If you have signs of swelling or increasing pain, or if you have any further discomfort or concerns, do let your dentist know.
Call your specialist if...
  • You develop an allergic reaction (rash, itching etc.)
  • You develop a fever
  • You develop a swelling
  • You notice a pimple forming on your gums
  • You have difficulty breathing or swallowing
  • Pain increases over time and or becomes severe
  • You have any concerns or questions

Email: care@tridentsmilesdental.com

Phone: (408) 505-1777

If you are unable to contact your dentist and are in pain or have other concerns, go to your nearest emergency room.

If you experience any life-threatening problems, call 911 immediately for assistance.

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