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Damage to a natural tooth can significantly impact the structure of the tooth. By doing so, it can weaken a tooth and make it much more susceptible to breakage or tooth loss. Dr. Trevor Williams and his team at Williams Family and Cosmetic Dentistry encourage patients to learn more about dental crowns, or “tooth caps,” in his Brandon, FL area practice to determine candidacy.

How do dental crowns work?

Dental crowns are incredibly versatile restorations used in general dentistry practices. Dr. Trevor Williams utilizes dental crowns in various ways. A crown can be made to place over the abutment of a dental implant to act as a tooth replacement option, or one can be fabricated to bond over a tooth that has had severe damage from decay, disease, or injury. Patients who have root canal therapy may also have a dental crown made to cover the tooth and protect the brittle remaining structure.

What are the benefits of dental crowns?

Crowns are:

  • Strong and durable
  • Long-lasting
  • Natural-looking
  • Effective at restoring chewing and biting efficiency
  • Useful for strengthening a tooth impacted by decay or disease
  • Versatile, replacing or restoring natural teeth
  • Affordable and often covered by dental insurance plans

Experience Excellence in Crown Dentistry at Williams Family and Cosmetic Dentistry

Use the highest quality materials for crowns
Discover how Williams Family and Cosmetic Dentistry prioritizes top-quality materials and personalized care for crowns. Join us in Valrico for precise, durable, and comfortable dental treatments tailored to your needs.

Welcome to Williams Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, where we understand the importance of using top-notch materials for dental treatments, particularly when it comes to crowns. As a trusted general dentistry practice serving Valrico and the surrounding areas, we prioritize the use of high-quality materials to guarantee the longevity and durability of our crowns.

But our commitment to excellence goes beyond materials. We treat our patients like family, creating a warm and inviting environment where you can feel at ease. Dr. Williams and Dr. Birch are dedicated to staying current with the latest advancements in dental technology and techniques through continuing education. This ensures that we can provide you with the most effective and efficient treatments available.

When it comes to crowns, we employ cutting-edge technology to achieve precise and accurate results. Our team of skilled professionals takes great pride in their attention to detail, crafting each crown to perfectly fit your unique needs and preferences.

Rest assured, if you’re a patient in Valrico seeking top-quality materials for your dental treatments, Williams Family and Cosmetic Dentistry is the perfect choice for crowns. Contact us today to schedule your appointment and experience the exceptional care that sets us apart.

What types of dental crowns are available?

At Williams Family and Cosmetic Dentistry, we focus on providing porcelain crowns for the teeth, as these crowns are the most aesthetic and closely resemble natural teeth. This material is also strong and durable, and many patients will enjoy their dental crowns for many years with proper attention and care. Dental crowns may also come in metal or gold, a may be recommended by our team if tooth/bite warrants it.  

Call Dr. Trevor Williams today to learn about dental crowns

Dental crowns are a common restoration used in dentistry, and our team at Williams Family and Cosmetic Dentistry may recommend them in a variety of situations. If you are considering your options for types of dental crowns and other repairs available in our office, we welcome you to call us at (813) 560-0447 to request a consultation appointment and initial evaluation. We accept patients in and around the areas of Brandon, Valrico, Riverview, Lithia, Apollo Beach, Sun City Center, Plant City and Tampa  Florida.

All about Dental Crowns with Dr. Trevor Williams

All about Dental Crowns with Dr. Trevor Williams
If you have a crack in your tooth or a worn-out filling, a dental crown may be the solution for you. Watch Dr. Trevor Williams of Williams Family and Cosmetic Dentistry explain it.

Hi, my name is Dr. Trevor Williams, and I want to tell you a bit about dental crowns.

Why are dental crowns needed?

A tooth weakened by a large cavity, a worn-down filling, or even a crack in a tooth would need a crown utilized to return it to its optimal shape and function.

What is the crown procedure?

The procedure requires reducing the tooth to remove the decay and covering the tooth with a tooth-colored material.

A crown is more expensive than a dental filling. However, a crown’s durability and reliable longevity offset that expense over time.

Call us today to make and appointment and complete your smile with dental crowns.


What is a dental crown?

A cap/cover placed over a tooth to restore its shape, size, and strength and to improve the way it looks. When cemented into place, it encloses the entire visible portion of a tooth that stands above the gum line.

Why would I need crowns?
You may need crowns: 

  • To prevent weak teeth from breaking or hold parts of cracked teeth together
  • To cover and support teeth with large fillings and without much enamel
  • To restore broken or severely worn down teeth 
  • To cover misshapen or discolored teeth
  • To hold dental bridges in place
  • To cover implants
What are crowns made of?

Crowns may be made of metals like gold, nickel, and chromium or porcelain, ceramic, and resin. These materials can be used on their own or combined with other materials.

How long is the recovery period after crown placement?

You won’t need any downtime after crown placement. You can resume your normal activities almost immediately as this treatment is non-surgical and does not cause severe pain or discomfort.

What are the benefits of dental crowns?
They are: 

  • Strong and durable
  • Last long
  • Look natural
  • Restore chewing and biting efficiency
  • Can strengthen decay- or disease-affected teeth
  • Versatile at replacing or restoring natural teeth
  • Affordable and often covered by dental insurance plans