Dental Crowns in Winnipeg

Dental Crowns

Dental Crowns Near You

A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cover that a dentist places over a tooth for the purpose of restoring its shape and function. Our team at Greenwoods Pediatric Dentistry offers dental crowns in Winnipeg to help protect our patients’ teeth.


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What is a Dental Crown, and Why Are They Used on Primary Teeth?

As mentioned above, dental crowns work to cover a damaged or decayed tooth and restore its shape and function. Our pediatric dentist in Winnipeg will recommend a dental crown when a primary tooth has been found to have large cavities or has not developed properly.

Even though children eventually lose their primary teeth, restoring and repairing them is still very important. While many children lose a couple of baby teeth by the time they are around six, their baby molars won’t fall out until they are about 12. So, keeping these teeth healthy until they are ready to fall out helps the permanent teeth underneath stay healthy and grow into the correct position.

Since primary teeth have thinner enamel than permanent teeth, decay-causing bacteria can quickly spread between teeth. Crowns can be used to save a decayed tooth and prevent the spread of infection and decay to other parts of the body and mouth.

How Are Dental Crowns Placed?

The process of placing a dental crown can be broken down into the following steps:

  1. Our dentist in Winnipeg will first numb the area around the tooth that needs restoring
  2. Next, they will place a dental dam around it to keep it clean and dry
  3. Then, they will remove any decay and reshape the tooth to make room for the crown
  4. Finally, they will place the dental crown

Unlike crowns built for adults, which require numerous visits to the dentist, most children’s dental crowns can be placed in just one visit to our dental office.

What To Expect After Your Child’s Dental Crown Procedure

You should expect your child to experience a small amount of discomfort caused by the irritation that the procedure creates around the tooth’s pulp for up to one day following the procedure. Over-the-counter medications such as ibuprofen will help ease their discomfort. It is a good idea to get in touch with your child’s pediatric dentist in Winnipeg if the pain lasts longer than one day.

Interested in Pediatric Dental Crowns Near You?

Our team at Greenwoods Pediatric Dentistry is happy to offer dental crowns in Winnipeg to protect our young patients’ teeth and ensure that their oral health stays in excellent condition for years to come. Please get in touch with our team of dedicated dental professionals to book an appointment today!

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