Dental Crowns in North Dallas, TX

What Are Dental Crowns?

Dental crowns are custom-fitted protective covers for damaged, decayed or aesthetically displeasing teeth. Dr. Ken and Dr. Powell utilize dental crowns in Dallas and North Dallas, Texas, to restore the shape, size, strength, and appearance of a tooth. Made from materials like porcelain, ceramic, or metal alloys, dental crowns are designed to blend seamlessly with your natural teeth, offering a durable solution for preserving oral health and enhancing your smile.

Benefits of Dental Crowns

Dental crowns provide several key advantages, including protecting weak teeth from further damage, restoring broken or severely worn teeth, covering dental implants, improving the appearance of discolored or misshapen teeth and completing a dental bridge. By choosing a dental crown, patients can enjoy a restoration that feels and functions like a natural tooth while also improving the overall aesthetics of their smile.

Enhance your dental health and smile with a custom-fitted dental crown from our office. Contact us at 214-888-6726 to schedule your consultation and discover how a dental crown can restore the beauty and functionality of your teeth.

The Process of Getting a Dental Crown


The journey begins with a thorough consultation, where our dentists and team will evaluate your dental health and discuss the best crown options for your situation.


The tooth receiving the crown is reshaped to ensure a proper fit. An impression is then taken to create a custom crown that matches the rest of your teeth.


Once the crown is fabricated, you will return to ConfiDent Smile Studio for a final fitting. The crown is then adjusted if necessary and permanently cemented in place.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Long Does a Dental Crown Last?

With proper care, dental crowns can last anywhere from five to 15 years, or longer, depending on the material and your oral hygiene practices.

Is Getting a Dental Crown Painful?

Patients are typically numbed during the crown preparation and placement, making the process pain-free. Some sensitivity may be experienced after the procedure as the anesthesia wears off.

Can a Crowned Tooth Decay?

The tooth beneath a crown can still decay if not properly maintained. Regular brushing, flossing and dental check-ups are essential to prevent decay and prolong the life of the crown.