Do you have a broken, worn, or otherwise damaged tooth? How about large fillings or a root canal infection?
At Cosmetic Dentistry of Knoxville, we can restore the health, function, and appearance of your tooth with a dental crown.
At our practice in Knoxville, TN, our dentists can determine if dental crowns are right for you.
3 Factors That Set Our Crowns Apart
At Cosmetic Dentistry of Knoxville, Dr. Ruth E. Bailey and Dr. Kasey R. Sliger consistently place beautiful and natural looking dental crowns by placing an emphasis on the following elements of the treatment process.
We use traditional and digital impressions at our practice. Having both of these option available enables us to take the most precise impressions possible so your crown fits securely and complements your features.
The use of high quality materials is critical to crafting beautiful and natural-looking crowns. We have access to all of the best materials, including e-max, empress, zirconia, and porcelain. Some of these materials offer ideal aesthetics for the front teeth, while others provide the strength required for the back teeth.
Trusted Dental Lab
We are proud to work with a trusted and reliable dental lab that consistently produces high quality restorations. Their technicians do beautiful hand-finishing work for the best possible results. In addition, the turnaround time for your custom crowns is typically just one week, during which you'll wear a temporary crown.
Contact Our Experienced Dentists
At Cosmetic Dentistry of Knoxville, we have been serving the local community for more than 30 years. Dr. Bailey has been in practice since 1981 and is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Sliger started practicing in 2019 and is committed to providing patients with the most advanced dental care possible.
Contact our dentistry practice online to ask a question about dental crowns or request an appointment. You can also reach our Knoxville, TN, practice by phone:
5-Star Reviews from Dental Crown Patients "Excellent Initial Fit"
Been a client for years. Always professional courteous and friendly. Dr. Bailey fixed a bum crown for me from a previous dentist. I can’t recommend her practice highly enough!View On Google
Had an old crown replaced. Excellent initial fit and timely fashion. Great service and friendly staff. ThanksView On Google
See How Crowns Can Transform Your Appearance
Restore Your Tooth With A Dental Crown
A Step-by-Step Timeline
Start the Process Request a Consultation
If your dental concerns make smiling feel like a chore, it's time to visit our dentistry office for a free consultation.
Our dentists will always try to restore a tooth with minimally invasive biomimetic technology, but sometimes a crown is the best option for your needs. If you are unhappy with the state of your smile or are experiencing dental pain, call our Knoxville dentistry office for a free consultation:
More 5-Star Reviews From Knoxville Patients "An Excellent Dentist"
She was quick to respond to urgency for immediate response. Was able to access plan for additional counciltation and set me up with a Endodontist. She gave me a discount on the permanent crown. Most important, she saved my existing teeth rather than pull all the uppers and replace them with denturs. Also all of her staff are gracious and knowledgeable. I give Dr. Bailey and her staff a 10View On Google
I have seen Dr. Bailey for many years. She is an excellent dentist. I have a crown, implant and multiple other things done. All with great success. She is surrounded by a wonderful staff.View On Google
Dental Implant-Supported Crowns
If you are missing a single tooth, a dental crown can be secured to a dental implant to restore your smile. This process involves the surgical placement of a dental implant, which takes the place of the tooth root as the bone and tissues grow around it during the healing phase.
Once the healing, or osseointegration, phase is complete (which takes three to six months), an abutment can be attached to the implant. Once the gums around the abutment have healed (which takes about two weeks), a custom crown can be secured to the abutment and implant, completing the patient's smile.
How Long Do Dental Crowns Last?
Brush twice a day
Visit the dentist at least every six months for professional exams and cleanings
Curb bad dental habits, such as chewing on hard, inedible items or using the teeth as tools
Avoid eating extremely hard or sticky foods