Dental Crowns in Kennesaw, GA
High-Quality Crowns Designed to Last.
What Is a Dental Crown?
Do you have a tooth that needs a little TLC? A porcelain dental crown is the best option for restoring your health and smile.
A dental crown works by completely covering up and protecting your natural tooth. The crown will sit at the base of your gum line for a natural, seamless look and fit.
Our dentists work closely with a team of local ceramists to create crowns that fit comfortably in your mouth and protect your smile for years to come.
Dental Crowns Repair Teeth
Made from Non-Toxic Materials
Natural Looking to Match Your Smile
Durable to Last for Many Years
Custom-Crafted for the Perfect Fit
Need To Fix a Tooth?
“Top-notch service and facility. A full arsenal of technological dental tools wielded by steady hands and poised yet laid back professionals. My results are fantastic.”
We Aim to Make You Smile
At Hildreth Dental, we know that dental issues can cause stress. Our dentists offer crowns to improve your teeth and an experience to improve your day.
You can expect exceptional care, compassionate people, and a bright, modern environment. Most importantly, we treat others the way we’d like to be treated.
Our goal is to make a positive impact — on you, on each other, and in our community.
A great experience is found in the details! Enjoy complimentary coffee, blankets, and pillows to help you feel at ease.
Our investment in technology helps us deliver fast, simple, and effective treatment and a higher-quality experience.
Focused on Safety
Office cleanliness and sterilization are important to us. We exceed all CDC and OSHA guidelines to ensure your safety.
Answers to Your Questions
If you don’t find an answer here, please reach out to us.
How long do dental crowns last?
Many people ask us if dental crowns are permanent. Dental crowns are a fixed prosthetic restoration and with proper care, can last 15 to 30 years!
What does it feel like getting a dental crown?
Getting a crown is not a painful experience. Plus, when properly crafted and placed, you won’t even notice the crown in your mouth!
How is a dental crown done?
Getting a dental crown starts with our dentist preparing the surface of your tooth. Next, we’ll take a digital image of your tooth and place a temporary crown. We work closely with a local lab to design your crown. Once your restoration is ready, we’ll cement the crown in your mouth and you’ll be done!
“Great dental practice! The staff is friendly, helpful, and wonderful. Dr. Hildreth is very professional. My new crowns look awesome! Great job!”
Always Welcoming New Patients
- First appointments take about 90 minutes
- You can complete paperwork ahead of time
- We offer a variety of payment options and accept most major insurance plans
- Not insured? Ask about our VIP membership plan