Gold crowns are the most conservative in terms of the alterations to the tooth, and gold is a very “mouth friendly” material. It requires the least amount of tooth structure to be removed, is very strong, and is a material that rarely fractures and is extremely “biocompatible” in the mouth as well as to the tooth. However, since the crown is gold this means it stands out from the surrounding white teeth making it a more suitable choice for molar teeth.
Restoring a tooth with a gold crown requires two visits to our office. The initial visit to remove decay, shape the tooth, and fit with a temporary crown made of either plastic or metal. At the second visit we will remove the temporary crown then fit and adjust the final crown. Once the dentist is satisfied with the fit we will cement the crown into place.
What are people saying?
“High quality dental services coupled with caring, attentive dentists, assistants, hygienists, and front office personnel. You will not find a better experience for all your dental needs from the moment you walk in the front door. I cannot say enough about the wonderful people at Williams Family Dentistry! They deserve 10 stars!”
“Williams Family Dentistry has provided outstanding service! They genuinely care about you and providing the best care. As a young adult with my own insurance having to choose my care providers for the first time I couldn’t have made a better choice. I can’t thank them enough for all that they do, and I will continue to come here for as long as I live in College Station!”
“This dental group is outstanding! They are professional and very inviting! Dental work can be scary stuff! I know it was for me, but they eased all my tension and I felt valued and very comfortable instantly after talking with this dental family. They are phenomenal and I recommend everyone go here! They do fantastic work and have given my mouth a complete makeover in very little time with no pain afterward! Amazing group! Friendly and do outstanding work! Very impressive!!!”
1511 Emerald Plaza
College Station, TX
Monday 8am – 5pm
Tuesday 8am – 5pm
Wednesday 8am – 5pm
Thursday 8am – 5pm