Tooth Crown: Ideal for Broken Teeth


The Best Option to Replicate the Look of Natural Teeth

Dr. Cirenia Aparicio Miranda, a dentist in Tijuana, Mexico, is now marking possible to change your smile and life affordably with her team at Trust Dental Care.

With more than 20 years of experience, our dental office has been doing dental work in Mexico much more approachable and safe for people in the United States, U.K., and Canada.

Getting dental work in Mexico is becoming more accessible and popular than ever before. Also, the statistics, reviews, and news regarding dental implants in Mexico show that you can be sure when deciding to try dental tourism, you will be making an informed decision.

Whether you’re a new patient or have been with us for years, at Trust Dental Care, we pledge to keep your comfort in mind as we provide you with the oral care you need to stay healthy to give a better service than any other dentist in Mexico.

Whether you’re due for a general cleaning or are experiencing tooth pain, we’ll address your concerns in a relaxed environment and take the time to answer any questions you have.

Our dentist in Tijuana is always up-to-date on the most advanced technologies, helping you achieve the smile you have always desired.

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The Benefits of Having a Tooth Crown in Mexico?

Many patients have heard of dental crowns, but may not be entirely sure how they can help their teeth look and function better.

These are the top benefits of getting porcelain crowns:

  • Relieve uncomfortable symptoms.
  • Custom made to suit your smile.
  • Last for many years
  • We use strong, beautiful materials to manufacture our patients’ dental crowns.

With proper care, these permanent prostheses can last between 15 and 30 years. This means that you can enjoy the benefits of dental crowns for decades.

What’s the Best Kind of Crown for Your Tooth?

Our state of the art facility handle the following types of high quality dental crowns in Tijuana so that you can choose the most adequate for you:

  • E-Max Crown: Commonly used for aesthetic purposes.

    This kind of dental piece gets mostly recommended for the front teeth; they are strong, durable, and look exactly like natural teeth.

  • Zirconia Crown: Zirconium-made crown is incredibly resilient and can stand wear and tear. It also looks completely natural.

    These caps do not contain any metals and become modified correctly to the size, shape, and color of your teeth.

We are a metal-free dental office, giving you the best quality available in the market.

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In What Cases Do You Need a Tooth Crown?

There are a variety of situations that require a tooth restoration with a dental crown. The following are the most common:

  • Large filling.
  • Root canal.
  • Dental Implants.
  • Broken cusps.
  • Trust Dental Care has cutting-edge technology.

Sirona CEREC® allows us to digitally design and fabricate your crown on the same day of your visit, getting results in a single visit.

The process is much faster than usual, saving you time and money in the process.

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Difference Between Tooth Crown & Veneer

A dental veneer can be a beautiful restoration for a tooth. It is a thin porcelain shell placed over a tooth.

Porcelain veneers work for many of the same problems as what crowns can. There are a few benefits in certain situations that a tooth crown can provide.

Potentially the largest benefit of a crown is the strength that it offers a tooth. If the center of the tooth is suspect to fracture, the crown will accept much of the harmful forces.

The crown circumferential covers the tooth and eliminates the possibility of the tooth breaking outward.

The Crowning Process Takes Just One Visit

It typically takes a dentist two separate appointments to make and place a new dental crown for a patient.

However, thanks to our innovative technology and expertise, we’re able to provide this treatment in a single day.

The appointment involves:

  • Preparing (shaping) the tooth.
  • Taking its impression.
  • Placing the crown.
  • The time needed to perform these steps can range from 30 min to
  • an hour in some rare cases.
  • The dentist will cement the finished crown into place.

Using Sirona Technology, we’re able to create your dental crowns on the spot, making the process much faster than usual, saving you time and money in the process.

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What Problems Could You Develop With a Dental Crown?

Dental crowns are meant to be the final step in the tooth restoration process, but poorly installed crowns can cause pain, sensitivity, and other complications.

Here’s a more in-depth look at common dental crown problems and their solutions.

  • Sensitivity to hot and cold.

    In the days after having a crown put on, you may notice the tooth is thermally sensitive right at the edge of the gum line.

    This can happen when the enamel is trimmed away as part of the crowning process, and the dentine underneath is exposed.

  • Gum Tissue Pain.

    To avoid issues with thermal sensitivity crowns usually end right at or just below the gum line.

    Therefore, it’s easy for the gums to get roughed up during the tooth-trimming, impression-taking, and crown-fitting processes. In most cases, gum pain subsides after a few days when the inflammation goes down.

    To speed up the healing process, take NSAIDs and rinse with warm salt water up to three times per day.

  • Cracked root.

    If you bite down too hard on a crowned tooth, the root may crack.

    Usually, crowns are an effective treatment option for broken teeth, but the root is beyond the crown’s reach. Unfortunately, in the case of a cracked root, there’s no other solution but to extract the tooth.

Blvd. General Rodolfo Sánchez
Taboada 929, Zona Rio, Tijuana.

Opening Hours
Monday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Tuesday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Thursday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
Sunday: Closed


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