Repair and protect damaged teeth.
Regain Your Smile’s Beauty and Function
A damaged tooth can make a significant impact on your comfort and confidence.
If you have a tooth that’s:
A dental crown may be the best solution for you!
A crown is a tooth-like cap made from various materials, including porcelain and composite resin, depending on your needs. It’s placed over the affected tooth to restore its function, strength, and beauty.
Schedule an appointment with Dr. Jonathon Einowski to see if a crown is suitable for you.
Protect Your Smile
A dental crown protects your affected tooth from further infection or damage. The crown will encase a portion of your tooth above the gum line, preventing irritants such as food particles or acids from reaching the natural tooth.
Start smiling, eating, and living life without your dental pain! Your crown will cover your broken tooth, providing a more comfortable, fully functioning bite.
No need to cover your smile! Smile, laugh, and speak carefreely. Crowns are custom designed to look natural crown, making your smile more aesthetically pleasing.
Trust our restorative dentist to offer the most advanced dental care.
Our dental team is determined to give you outstanding dental care and service. This includes our:
- Conservative approach: Our goal is to improve your oral health and overall wellness while preserving as much healthy tooth structure as possible. This also means less drilling and pain!
- Advanced techniques: Dr. Einowski uses modern methods and high-quality equipment to give you natural-looking and long-lasting results.
- Compassionate care: We do our best to help you feel comfortable during treatment with excellent chairside manner and gentle techniques.
Get to know more about your caring dentist in Federal Way, WA!
To start, Dr. Einowski will examine your affected tooth. He’ll prepare your tooth by reshaping it to ensure the crown stays in place. Next, we’ll numb the tooth and surrounding gum tissue so you’re comfortable and pain free.
He’ll make an impression of your mouth to ensure the crown aligns with your bite. The impression is sent to a dental lab to have your crown fabricated. In the meantime, you’ll wear a temporary crown so you never go without your smile and to protect the tooth underneath.
During a second appointment, Dr. Einowski will numb you with local anesthetic to keep you comfortable and remove the temporary crown. He’ll check the fit of your permanent crown to make sure it looks and feels perfect, then permanently secure it into place.