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Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are a versatile dental treatment option that can restore broken, decayed, misshapen, discolored, or missing teeth.

At Smile More in Merritt Island, FL, Dr. Chan Wilkhu and Dr. Mark Moffitt place durable crowns crafted from natural-looking materials.

Find out why so many patients choose our dentists for crowns and other restorative treatment.

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Stunning Before and After Photos

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After crowns
Our dentists used durable and natural-looking crowns to restore this patient's smile and achieve beautiful results at our Merritt Island practice.

Contact Our Dental Practice

Our dentists are members of several professional dental organizations, and they are committed to ongoing training to stay updated in the latest advances in the field. They are proud to offer a range of crown options that can be customized to fit your needs, budget, and cosmetic goals.

For more information about our services, contact our team online or call us in Merritt Island, FL, at:

(321) 459-2444

Dr. Chan Wilkhu and Dr. Mark Moffitt
Dr. Chan Wilkhu and Dr. Mark Moffitt


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"Best Dentist I Have Ever Been To"


Susan Taylor


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I had a really good experience getting a cap at Dr Moffit's office. I was surprised that I didn't need to have dental impressions made. 3 D images were taken and a machine used these images to create a crown. I was happy that it was done all in one visit and the cap looks exactly my old tooth. What a difference between this procedure compared to the other caps I had.

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Donna Jewett


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Dr Wilkhu is the best Dentist I have ever been to. From the office staff to the hygenists to the Dentist and his assistants they are all top notch. I went to Dr Wilkhu after having a bad experience with another dentist. Dr Wilkhu had done a great job for my mother and his reviews were great so I thought I would give him a try. I have been going to him for about three years now.

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CEREC vs. Lab-Fabricated Crowns

CEREC Same-Day Crowns

CEREC logo and machineIf your damaged tooth is located in a discreet area of the mouth or budget is a concern, our dentists can use CEREC to create stunning, highly durable same-day crowns. CEREC allows us to create dental crowns using computer-aided design and manufacturing. The machine is equipped with a milling unit that directly translates the digital design into a new custom crown out of a single block of porcelain. In most cases, your CEREC crown can be ready for placement on the same day as your initial appointment, avoiding the need for a temporary crown.

Lab-Crafted Restorations

Technician applying shading to dental crownThis option is ideal for crowns in visible areas of the mouth. Our decade-long relationship with a trusted local lab is one of the factors that our patients appreciate the most when undergoing restorative treatment. The lab technicians cater to each and every individual. They even visit our office for an in-person shade match to ensure your restorations closely mirror the texture and color of your surrounding teeth. Depending on your budget and other factors, we can create your crowns from a variety of materials including porcelain, IPS e.max, or zirconia.

Crowns and Dental Implants

Why Replace Missing Teeth?

Missing teeth result in additional dental problems such as shifting teeth, jaw misalignment, jawbone atrophy, and facial collapse. For most patients, Dr. Wilkhu can place and restore dental implants at our Merritt Island, FL, dentistry office–without referring you to an outside specialist for dental care.

Dental Implant Recovery

If you have a missing tooth, you will undergo dental implant surgery approximately four to six months prior to receiving your permanent crown. Once the site is fully healed, you will return to our office to have your permanent crown or dental bridge attached to your implant.

Dental Crown Treatment Steps

Your Initial Consultation

During your initial consultation at our dentistry office, one of our dentists will assess the status of your oral health to ensure that a dental crown is the best choice for you.

Reshape the Tooth

For those who are receiving a traditional crown, one of our doctors will first reshape your tooth to safely and securely accommodate your new dental crown.

Digital Impressions

A technician from our partner lab will come to our office to take impressions of your teeth and match the material of your crown to the shade of your smile.

CEREC Crowns

One of our dentists will take digital impressions and upload them directly to the CEREC unit, which will then fabricate the crown in less than an hour. This avoids the need for a temporary crown.

Crowns from a Lab

If the custom crown will be fabricated by our trusted lab, we usually get the product back in two to three days.

Placement of the Restoration

Once your permanent crown has been created by either CEREC or the lab, we will use a special cement to adhere it to your tooth.

"Visit Was Pleasant and Professional"


Martin Gardner


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My visit was pleasant and professional.  Appointment was on time.  Work completed painlessly , With out delay.   Everyone was friendly .   I felt everything was done right.

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Carolyn Hart


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Thanks to all of you, from Dr Wilkhu to all the staff. You always are very friendly and very helpful. You always work with me until I'm satisfied and I thank you for it. Looking forward to seeing all of you again soon.

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Incredible Results

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After crowns
This patient experienced a dramatic smile makeover with the placement of dental crowns.

How Long Do Dental Crowns Last?

With proper care and regular dental visits, crowns can maintain their brilliance and function for 15 years or more.

Dr. Chan Wilkhu and Dr. Mark Moffitt

Chan Wilkhu DMD & Mark Moffitt DMD

Our team of friendly dental professionals can help you and your family enjoy beautiful, healthy smiles for years to come. Our dentists are members of a number of professional associations including:

  • American Dental Association
  • Florida Dental Association
  • International Dental Implant Association

To schedule a consultation at our Merritt Island, FL, office contact us online or call (321) 459-2444.

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