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Dental Crowns

You bite down on something hard and break a tooth, or your dentist finds a tooth weakened by a cavity — you may need a dental crown.

The skilled dentists at My Mouth Dental/My Kidz Mouth Dental in Rowlett, TX, can restore damaged teeth using customized dental crowns.

Could a porcelain dental crown restore your compromised natural tooth and complete your smile?

A Dental Crown Can Restore Your Smile

You could see amazing cosmetic results like this after your dentist restores your damaged tooth with a beautiful porcelain dental crown. Contact our Rowlett, TX, practice for a consultation to see if a crown is the treatment you need to complete your smile.

7 Benefits of Dental Crowns

Porcelain crowns placed by our dental team, Drs. José Montoya and Ashley Ramsey can provide many advantages to our Rowlett, TX, patients:


A crown can stop a weakened or cracked tooth from breaking apart.


A crown can restore the form and function of a tooth that is worn down, broken, or has suffered decay. 

Dental Bridge Support

Crowns on either side of an artificial tooth can hold a dental bridge in place.

Restore a Dental Implant

A crown can be attached to a dental implant. This is the most effective way to replace a missing tooth or teeth.

Complete a Root Canal

Your dentist may perform a root canal to clean out an infected tooth. A crown can seal the tooth to protect it. 

Cosmetic Improvement

A crown can be used to improve the look of a severely discolored tooth that does not respond to whitening treatments.

Long-Lasting Investment

With proper brushing and flossing, along with regular dental exams, your dental crown can last up to 15 years or more.

Can My Child Receive a Dental Crown?

Yes. According to the CDC, one in five children under the age of 11 has at least one untreated cavity. When cavities or fractures are found in a young child's teeth, Dr. Ramsey, our board-certified pediatric dentist, can remove the damaged tissue during a virtually painless procedure. We will first recommend dental fillings but in some cases, they might need a stainless steel dental crown. A white covering helps steel dental crowns blend in with the child's natural teeth. 

A Look at the Dental Crown Procedure

Patients feel little to no discomfort during this treatment thanks to a numbing local anesthetic. Our Rowlett, TX, dentistry also offers safe, gentle sedation to patients who feel anxious about treatment.

Is a Damaged Tooth Compromising Your Smile? Schedule a Consultation Today

Just one damaged or decayed natural tooth can decrease the quality of your smile and affect dental functions like chewing and speaking. A comprehensive exam by one of our esteemed dentists can determine if your compromised tooth can be restored with a high-quality porcelain crown. 

Our caring practice provides advanced dental care to Rowlett, TX, patients of all ages under one roof. If you are looking for a practice where you and your family will be treated like a part of the family, schedule a consultation today by giving us a call or filling out our simple online form.

Our three dentists standing next to each other
Drs. Ramsey, Montoya, and Khanolkar.

5 Stars for Our Dental Team


Haley Creamer


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First off, it’s been 10+ years since my husband or I have been to the dentist. That being said, the staff was encouraging, ready to teach and judgment free. Myself, my husband and my 3 kids definitely have a dental home.

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Loretta Lewis


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Definitely the best dental experience I have ever had. Very friendly and knowledgeable staff .They genuinely care about their patients. Would recommend anyone to go there!

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We Make Porcelain Dental Crowns Affordable

A high-quality, lifelike dental crown can be a priceless investment when it comes to your oral health and that of your family. We do accept insurance, but out-of-pocket costs can still occur for dental crowns. Here are some ways we aim to make dental crowns more affordable for our patients:

Dental Wellness Plan

For an affordable annual fee, you and your family will receive discounts on various dental care procedures as well as free cleanings, exams, x-rays, and more. Contact us to learn about membership.

CareCredit® Financing

This trusted, third-party lender breaks out-of-pocket costs down into low-interest monthly payments that fit within your personal budget. Apply for CareCredit today.

The Dental Crown Procedure

We understand that not all of our patients have dental insurance. That is why we offer a Dental Wellness Plan and accept CareCredit financing.
We understand that not all of our patients have dental insurance. That is why we offer a Dental Wellness Plan and accept CareCredit financing.

First Appointment

After a numbing anesthetic has taken effect, your dentist will reshape the affected tooth by removing damaged or decayed tissue. Next, a precise impression will be made of your tooth.

Crown Creation

This impression will be sent to our trusted partner dental lab, located in Garland, TX. There, dental artisans will create your crown to your dentist's strict specifications. Color matching of the crown to your existing teeth is done at no charge to you.

Your Temporary Crown

A temporary crown will be created in our office to wear until your permanent crown is ready, which will be in about two to three weeks. This will help you chew, but it is best to avoid sticky or hard foods that might pull the temporary crown out or break it. Contact us if that happens.

Second Appointment

After your permanent crown arrives, you'll come back for the placement. Your dentist will remove your temporary crown and test your permanent crown to make sure it looks and fits perfectly. Once satisfied, your dentist will securely bond your permanent crown in place. Now get on out there and show Rowlett your completed smile!

More Dazzling Reviews from Smiling Patients


Stacy Baker


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Our entire family has been coming here for years! We love both doctors!! ❤️

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Monica Garcia


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The office staff was wonderful. Very friendly, great customer service. I Recommend My Mouth Dental to anyone looking for a great dentist.

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Implant-Supported Dental Crowns A Single Tooth Replacement Solution

Crowns aren't only used to restore natural teeth. They can also be attached to dental implants to replace a single lost tooth. Implants are threaded posts surgically placed in the jawbone to replace missing tooth roots. They can support many forms of restorations, from bridges to dentures and, yes, dental crowns. An implant-supported crown looks and functions just like a natural tooth, and unlike a traditional dental bridge, it doesn't require any modifications to healthy teeth. Because they replace the entire tooth structure from root to chewing surface, implant-supported crowns are a highly recommended dentistry solution for qualified patients. At our Rowlett, TX, practice, Dr. José Montoya has extensive training in dental implants and has been placing them for over 10 years. 

Dental Crown and Implant

Caring for Your Dental Crown

With proper care, your dental crown can last for 15 years or longer. Follow these tips to experience the best benefits of your dental crown for years to come:

Avoid Sticky and Hard Foods

Hard, crunchy, and sticky foods have the potential to dislodge or damage your crown, especially at first. Eat these only in moderation, and avoid chewing them with your crown.

Don't Chew Hard Objects

Though dental porcelain is very durable, it's not indestructible. Chewing on ice, pen caps, and other hard objects can chip, crack, or break your crown. Kick this bad habit to keep your crown in top shape. 

Use a Night Guard If Needed

Teeth grinding (bruxism) can damage your crown, not to mention your natural teeth. Patients who suffer from nighttime teeth grinding can wear a night guard while they sleep to help protect their teeth. 

Practice Good Oral Hygiene

Brush twice a day with a soft-bristled brush that won't scratch the porcelain, and floss daily using a front-to-back motion (instead of up and down) to avoid dislodging your crown. 

Visit Your Dentist Regularly

Visit the dentist twice a year for routine cleanings. This ensures hard-to-reach areas where the gum meets the tooth are cleaned thoroughly, and allows your dentist to spot any problems with your crown before they progress. 

Let's Find Out What a Crown Can Do For You Request a Consultation

If a damaged tooth is making it painful to chew or makes you hesitant to smile, let the dentists at My Mouth Dental and My Kidz Mouth Dental help. We're committed to providing individuals and families in Rowlett, TX, with warm, compassionate, and affordable care. 

We offer expert care in several areas of dentistry, which makes us an excellent choice if you need a crown. For example, not every dentist can place dental implants, but Dr. José Montoya has the training and experience to replace a single missing tooth with a natural-looking crown and a dental implant right in our office. Our practice is a one-stop-shop that can provide crowns and all related treatments to meet your entire family's dental needs. Find out how we can treat your smile. To request a consultation at our Rowlett practice, contact us or call:

(972) 412-5064

"It has been a great experience."


Sara Hamilton


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I like the staff and Dr. Montoya. They make you feel welcomed as soon as you walk through the door. The hygienist I had was very nice and patient. I highly recommend Dr. Montoya to my friends and family.

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Lily Lozoya


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I love coming to this place. I have been coming here since 2015 , the doctors are so nice and profesional, staff is always polite, my kids are always happy to come back to the dentist. It has been a great experience for them.

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My Mouth Dental and My Kidz Mouth Dental team

My Mouth Dental/My Kidz Mouth Dental

At My Mouth Dental/My Kidz Mouth Dental, we are committed to providing the very highest standard of care for patients of all ages. Drs. José Montoya, and Ashley Ramsey provide a range of services and are affiliated with the:

  • American Dental Association
  • American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
  • College of Diplomates of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry

Are you ready to achieve excellent oral health? Reach out to our practice by requesting a consultation online or calling us at (972) 412-5064.

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