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Restoring smiles in West Hills Los Angeles, CA with porcelain dental crowns

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A dental filling is a great solution if you have a small cavity. What if you have major decay or a broken tooth? In that case, the best option is probably a porcelain crown from Royal Dental Practice in West Hills Los Angeles, CA. We use premium materials with gentle techniques to restore the appearance and health of your tooth – and do so comfortably.

What are dental crowns?

Crowns, sometimes called tooth caps, completely cover teeth with a protective material. There are several types available, including pure metal or porcelain fused to a metal base. However, the most natural looking option is all porcelain dental crowns. They perfectly replicate the color and luminescence of tooth enamel for a beautifully dazzling smile. Due to advances in modern dental materials, today’s porcelain is so strong and durable that metal is usually unnecessary.

Dental crowns may be used for several reasons, including:

  • Repair broken teeth
  • Restore teeth that are badly decayed
  • Hold together fractured teeth
  • Correct misshapen teeth
  • Restore and protect teeth after root canal therapy
  • About the procedure

Dental crown treatment generally requires two appointments:

During the first visit your dentist will prepare the tooth. This includes removing any diseased or damaged material and shaping the structure to hold a crown. We will take impressions and place a temporary crown on the tooth. The impressions go to a dental laboratory where your permanent crown is created.

It typically takes a couple of weeks for the laboratory to create your custom porcelain crown. When it is ready you will return to our office to complete treatment. Your dentist will remove the temporary crown and clean the tooth. After verifying that the new crown fits properly and looks great, we will cement it in place.

When treatment is complete, your smile will be healthy again, and it will look beautiful. Crowns require no special care. Like untreated teeth, you will keep them clean by brushing and flossing regularly. You may be wondering: how long does a porcelain dental crown last? The answer depends on your oral health. On average, they are expected to last from five to fifteen years. However, patients with good health and hygiene habits often keep their crowns much longer.

Take the first step in restoring your smile

Call Royal Dental Practice at (818) 334-6655 and schedule an appointment to get started.

A successful Porcelain crown and porcelain onlay – Dr Roya Shoffet

A successful Porcelain crown and porcelain onlay – Dr Roya Shoffet
Dr Roya Shoffet explains on a successful porcelain crown and a porcelain onlay restoring the teeth and smile of a patient at Royal Dental Practice in West Hills Los Angeles, CA
Video Transcript
Happy Friday everyone. Today we had a lovely day at Royal Dental Practice. We have cemented and delivered a crown and an olay, and I want to share it with you.

This is how the tooth started day one, and the cavities were underneath the old amalgam fillings, and the patient had crack lines and all sort of a problem with it. We have prepared it, this a

model that you can actually see the model is prepared. Today is when we wanted to deliver it. We prepared the tooth, and it’s all in rubber – it’s all protected and this is the final result. If you have one of those ugly looking feelings which is probably 100 years old and nobody has ever attended to it, just give us a call i can make them look like new, and make them brand new too. It is unbelievable the result you cannot even detect the margins of the tooth previously versus the tooth now, and hopefully it will be a very successful and permanent restoration for this patient. Love to share it with you – have a great weekend!

Dr. Roya Shoffet explains about beautiful tooth restorations with crowns that last long

Dr. Roya Shoffet explains about beautiful tooth restorations with crowns that last long
Restoring a damaged tooth of a patient with a dental crown, and enabling the patient to leave the practice with a new beautiful tooth restoration and happy smile.
Video Transcript
Hello everyone. I love to share the condition of this tooth with you. The first photo shows the patient had a very old white feeling. Unfortunately biting into a cherry seed she actually broke the tooth. And on this tooth we decided that the final restoration would be a full covered crown. On the day of delivery of the crown, this is the final picture. The tooth is already restored and it looks beautiful, and the patient was very happy with the result.
Dr. Roya Shoffer Yaghoubian
Bringing over 30 years of creative talent, skill, experience, and knowledge Dr. Roya Shoffet-Yaghoubian is a phenomenal doctor. Her drive to achieve the best result has earned her a spotless reputation in terms of dental excellence and as a great person, kind and empathetic towards the needs of her patients.

Her dental education at USC School of Dentistry and her long life eagerness for learning thru extensive courses and numerous seminars has brought her to become this successful passionate dentist that all her patients appreciate very much and travel from near and far. Dr. Roya Shoffet-Yaghoubian is a member of American Dental Association, California Dental Association, and San Fernando Valley Dental Society. Her capabilities range from all aspects of general dentistry including cosmetic dentistry to more complex restorative and periodontics, and oral surgery for all ages especially highly experienced and well known for geriatric dentistry, giving her patients a variety of options under the same roof.