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Dental Crowns

When you have a tooth that is damaged or decayed, it should be treated and repaired as soon as possible to avoid serious oral health issues.

At Advanced Dental Care, our doctors provide lifelike crowns that can blend seamlessly with your smile while strengthening your teeth.

If you’ve been told you need a dental crown, or if you suspect you need one, contact either of our locations in Valdosta, GA, today.

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Wildwood Plantation Drive

Greystone Way

The Best Dentist in South Georgia Choose Us for Dental Crowns

There's a reason why the dentists of Advanced Dental Care in Valdosta, GA, have been voted "Best Dentist in South Georgia" for 11 years in a row. We utilize the latest techniques in modern dentistry and consistently exceed the expectations of our patients.

When it comes to dental crowns, we work with local labs and use advanced scanning technology to produce crowns that fit perfectly and look completely natural. If you have a tooth that requires a crown, or if you have an existing crown that has broken or come off the tooth, our dentists can get your smile back in shape.

You can request a consultation at either of our locations in Valdosta, GA, by contacting us online or calling the office that is most convenient for you.

ADC 1 at Wild Plantation Drive: 

(229) 242-4441

ADC 2 at Greystone Way:

(229) 242-0063

"Definitely Recommend Them to Anyone."

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TJ Nolley

2014

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ADC has a very nice facility and comforting atmosphere. Dr. Ashley Moorman and his staff have been awesome over the years with all my dental needs from basic cleaning to root canals.

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Taykerrian Gates

2020

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Great place with an awesome staff! Would definitely recommend them to anyone! My teeth have never been cleaner and I finally learned the correct way to floss!

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Before and After Dental Crowns

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Our patient had damaged, discolored teeth. Our dentists designed a smile makeover that included crowns to totally transform his smile.

What Are Dental Crowns?

A dental crown is a tooth-shaped cap that covers a natural tooth from the gumline up. Crowns are used in both restorative and cosmetic dentistry. They are often used to protect teeth after root canal treatment, but they can also be used to cover stained or misshapen teeth and produce an aesthetic upgrade.

Crowns are typically recommended if a tooth is significantly damaged, but not necessarily in need of extraction. Preservation of natural tissue is always the priority in dentistry, and a crown is a solution that allows you to keep a compromised tooth that would be otherwise unable to contribute to the balance and function of your bite. 

At Advanced Dental Care in Valdosta, GA, we work closely with a local dental lab that produces crowns out of porcelain, gold, or zirconia.

From tooth decay caused by cavities to cosmetic fixes, natural-looking porcelain dental crowns can refine your smile.

Broken or decaying teeth can cause anxiety, pain, and decreased confidence. Fortunately, our dentists can help...

Find Relief Soon At Advanced Dental Care

Like many dental patients, you may be tired of the stress that goes along with a damaged or decayed tooth. However, you won't have to wait much longer for relief at Advanced Dental Care. Before we place your permanent crown, we will craft a temporary crown to cover and protect your tooth from further damage. That way, you can eat, talk, and smile confidently.

Then, when you return to our dentistry practice for placement, we will have a custom crown made from natural-looking porcelain ready for placement. If you're ready to put yourself — and your oral health — first, contact one of our two convenient Valdosta dentistry practices or call:

Wildwood Plantation Drive: (229) 242-4441

Greystone Way: (229) 242-0063

See How Crowns Are Placed

First, our dentists will reshape your tooth. Then, they will place your crown over the tooth.

Dental Crowns: Step-by-Step

If dental appointments make you nervous, ask us about sedation dentistry.
If dental appointments make you nervous, ask us about sedation dentistry.

Tooth Preparation

Our dentists will first treat your tooth by removing decayed tissue or performing a root canal. Then, they will carefully reshape your tooth by removing small amounts of enamel.

Digital Scan

Our Valdosta offices feature iTero® digital scanning technology, so you won't have to bite into uncomfortable dental putty. Instead, our dentists will create digital models of your bite, including the tooth requiring treatment. We will send these scans to our partners at a local dental lab, where your final crown will be manufactured.

Temporary Crown

After capturing the images of your teeth, our doctors will place a temporary crown over your treated tooth. We will provide detailed instructions on how to live with the temporary while you wait for your permanent crown to be completed.

Crown Fabrication

Skilled artisans at a local dental lab will craft your permanent crown based on the digital scans of your teeth. You will choose whether you want your crown to be made of porcelain, zirconia, or gold. This process usually takes about four weeks.

Permanent Crown

Once your crown has been created, you will return to our office. Our dentists will remove the temporary crown and cement the permanent crown in place. You will leave this appointment with a functional bite and a natural-looking smile.

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Valdosta Patients Trust Advanced Dental Care

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Caleb Demember

2021

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Very friendly and professional environment. Morgan is the hygienist I had, and certainly made me feel at home at ADC. Even cracked a few jokes with me, mostly on my behalf

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Stephanie Fulton

2021

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I have to say this was my best experience at a dental office in my whole 34 years of life. Everyone went above and beyond to help get me fixed up and feel comfortable. I will definitely be going back for care and would recommend them 100 times over. Love, love them!

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Our financing options can help you smile confidently again...

What Do Dental Crowns Cost?

At Advanced Dental Care in Valdosta, GA, crowns cost an average of $1,334. A variety of factors can affect the ultimate cost of your dental treatment, such as whether you require a root canal and whether you choose a crown made of porcelain, zirconia, or gold. When you visit us for a consultation, we will provide a quote.

Dental insurance usually contributes to treating teeth with dental crowns. We accept all major dental insurances, and we can file claims on your behalf in order to maximize your coverage. To confirm whether we accept your insurance, contact us today.

For any costs not covered by insurance, we also work with CareCredit® to offer flexible financing. With CareCredit, qualifying patients can take advantage of low-interest or no-interest monthly payment plans.

We also offer a courtesy discount on payments paid in full for treatments over $1,000.

Implant-Supported Crowns

In addition to traditional dental crowns, we also offer implant-supported crowns at our offices in Valdosta, GA. Implant-supported crowns are prosthetic teeth that attach to dental implants, filling the gaps in your smile left by missing teeth.

Replacing a tooth with a dental implant and implant-supported crown is a longer process than most other dental treatments, but it's worth the investment because implants fuse with the jawbone and replace lost tooth roots. This means that implant-supported restorations provide unbeatable stability while providing the stimulation needed to maintain a strong jawbone.

If you have any questions about implant dentistry, we invite you to schedule a consultation with our dentists today.

Implant Crowns

"Highly Recommend!"

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Caleb Demember

2021

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Very friendly and professional environment. Morgan is the hygienist I had, and certainly made me feel at home at ADC. Even cracked a few jokes with me, mostly on my behalf

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Stephanie Fulton

2021

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I have to say this was my best experience at a dental office in my whole 34 years of life. Everyone went above and beyond to help get me fixed up and feel comfortable. I will definitely be going back for care and would recommend them 100 times over. Love, love them!

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Dental crowns allow a variety of stunning restoration options...

​Dental crowns can last as long as 10 years with the proper care. Here's how to maximize the longevity of your crown...

How to Take Care Of Your New Custom Crown

Brush Your Teeth 

Good oral hygiene can prevent cavities and further tooth damage. As you brush each morning and night, remember to gently brush your gums and tongue too.

Floss Regularly

Flossing improves your gum health. It will also ensure that your crown stays free of build-up.

Wear a Mouth Guard

Grinding your teeth in your sleep can cause damage to your tooth or crown, along with headaches and jaw pain. We offer TMJ treatment, like mouth guards, to prevent this problem. 

Avoid Certain Foods

Hard food, like nuts and toffee, and sticky foods, like gum and caramel, can harm your crown. Try to avoid them whenever possible.

Attend Dental Check-Ups

After we place your crown, we encourage you to come back for regular cleanings so that your smile stays healthy and beautiful.

Drs. W. Ashley Moorman, J. Barclay Woodward, and Hardy Gray

Advanced Dental Care

Drs. W. Ashley Moorman, J. Barclay Woodward, and Hardy Gray have been voted the "Best Dentist" in South Georgia and are affiliated with many prestigious organizations, including: 

  • American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
  • American Dental Association
  • Academy of General Dentistry 

To learn more about our office, request a consultation online or call us at (229) 242-4441.

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