Porcelain Crowns
in Pasadena, CA

Restore &
Renew Your

Crowns or “caps” are most often used to restore severely damaged or decayed teeth. It serves to strengthen and protect the weakened tooth structure underneath. Dr. Mike and our team utilize master ceramicist technicians to provide beautiful and functional crowns that allow patients to restore the function and beauty of their smiles.

Porcelain Crown Benefits


Porcelain crowns are more durable and long-lasting than other types of materials. On average, they can last 15 years or longer with proper care and good oral hygiene.

Natural look & feel

Your crown can be precisely color-matched to your existing teeth, ensuring a more natural appearance. Porcelain crowns also don’t cause any abrasiveness to nearby teeth unlike metal crowns, which keep your mouth more comfortable.

Natural tooth root retained

With crown placement, we’re able to save your existing tooth root by simply capping your existing tooth with the restoration. This saves you time, hassle, and discomfort.

Tech For Your Comfort

Everything we do at Jin Dental Aesthetics is designed for your comfort and convenience. Thanks to our 3D scanner, we’re able to take quick and easy digital impressions. This allows us to get a precise rendering of your mouth without putting you through the goopy, messy impressions that dentists used to rely on.

Porcelain crowns in pasadena

What is the porcelain crown process?

Getting a crown is a straightforward procedure that starts by eliminating any existing decay to ensure the tooth is ready for its restoration. Next, we’ll create your custom crown in order to match it to your existing teeth, place it, and check that it fits properly.



The first step is to prepare your teeth for crown placement. This involves removing any existing decay or signs of infection—in some cases, this involves root canal therapy. Next, a temporary crown is placed while you wait for the next step.


Digital Imaging

Next, we’ll take images of your existing teeth to help create your customized permanent crown in-office using our 3D printer. Each crown is designed to fit seamlessly and naturally with your other teeth, so you can get back to eating, drinking, and brushing as you normally would.


Final Fit & Finish

Once your crown is ready, we’ll place and make sure it fits properly. Crowns should fit so naturally with your other teeth that you no longer remember you have one after a few days!

Frequently Asked

How long do dental crowns last?

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With proper care and by practicing good oral hygiene habits, porcelain crowns can last upwards of 15 years. Daily flossing and brushing, as well as regular preventive checkups, can help increase the longevity of your restorations.

What issues can a dental crown treat?

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Dental crowns are primarily used to restore broken or worn down teeth that have been cracked or damaged due to decay. They’re also used to cap a tooth with a large filling that needs extra support, to hold a bridge in place, or to cover a dental implant.

How do I know if I need a dental crown?

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Patients often require dental crowns if they have a tooth with significant damage or decay. You might also require a dental crown if you’ve been in an accident and have a tooth that is severely chipped or worn down.

Treat Your Smile

Treat Your Smile

Treat Your Smile