A damaged or decayed tooth can impact your oral health and function.
Our dentists can place a durable custom dental crown over a compromised tooth to restore its health and appearance.
Our dental practice in Thomasville, NC, offers free consultations to help you determine if a dental crown is right for you.
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Living with a damaged or decayed tooth can make it difficult to eat and speak. You also risk further oral health issues such as losing the tooth. Our dentists, Dr. Christian A. Brandyberry, Dr. Amelia Wan, and Dr. Grant Hardesty can help you restore your oral health, function, and appearance with a dental crown.
We pride ourselves on providing high-quality and personalized dental care to each and every patient. If you are suffering from a damaged, decayed, or missing tooth, and wondering if a dental crown is right for you, our dentists offer free consultations. Do you live in High Point or a nearby area? Request an appointment today by calling our dental practice in Thomasville, NC, or by using our online form.
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BEST dental practice by far. I've been a patient for many years & have NEVER had a bad experience. Dr.Brandyberry & Dr.Wan are personable, gentle, & thorough. The hygienists, assistants, & front office staff are just a wonderful!!!View on Google
The best dentists around. Have always been there for me. Especially the dental assistant Katie Queen,!!!View on Google
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Dental Crown Treatment Timeline
We offer crowns made from a variety of lifelike, long-lasting materials.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Crowns
Does getting a dental crown hurt?
No. Your dentist will numb the area before they prep the tooth to ensure you do not feel any discomfort during the procedure. Once the crown is placed, you may feel some sensitivity for a few days but this should dissipate quickly.
Will dental insurance cover my crown?
Most dental insurance plans will cover at least some of the costs associated with your dental crown treatment. This will vary by plan and provider. Our staff will help to maximize your benefits with your dental insurance provider.
How long with my dental crown last?
On average, dental crowns last about five to seven years. With proper care and maintenance, your crown can last for 15 years or longer.
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This is the BEST dental practice I have ever had. The office is always very clean & comfortable. Staff is first rate, communication excellent and I love every hygienist & dentist in the place. They are so informative, gentle and their work is perfect. My highest praise for sure!View on Google
I have been a patient at Brandyberry & Associates for almost 2 years now. I started my Invisalign journey July of 2020. Dr. Brandberry and his staff have been wonderful throughout this entire journey. The staff are amazing. I am so thankful that I chose this particular dentistry. I always recommended my friends/family to this office.View on Google