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Reasons You Might Need a Dental Crown

September 30, 2020
Posted By: Naylors Court Dental Partners
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A dental crown is the most versatile restoration because it has so many important uses. It can save a damaged tooth and so much more.

Your dentist in Pikesville, MD relies on the finest materials and craftsmanship for our dental crowns.

What Is a Dental Crown?

A dental crown is a hollow tooth cover that is tooth-shaped and colored to match the shade of nearby teeth. It fits over a treated tooth to the gumline and blends seamlessly.

Reasons for a Dental Crown in Pikesville, MD  

Tooth crowns work in many capacities, but the most popular may be saving a damaged tooth from fracture or extraction. If your dentist fits a crown over a weak tooth following trauma or a root canal, this adds stability. It means you can chew without compromising the weak tooth as your crown absorbs the impact.  

A dental crown also works to conceal aesthetic issues on teeth, like hiding discoloration, small chips, shape abnormalities, and even minor gaps between teeth.

If you have a dental implant or are considering one, a dental crown acts as the replacement tooth atop your implant post.

We also use tooth crowns to anchor a dental bridge—capping teeth on either side of the space and allowing attached restoration teeth to complete the smile.

Dental Crown Maintenance

You keep your tooth crowns in good working order the same way you do natural teeth. Brush, floss, and visit the dentist regularly for dental exams and teeth cleanings.

Be sure to wear a mouthguard if you join in sports that involve balls or impact. This protects your teeth and your dental crown.

Contact Your Dentist in 21208 for Quality Tooth Crowns

If you have a broken or damaged tooth or are considering tooth replacement, contact our dental office to schedule an exam today.

We proudly serve patients everywhere, including Pikesville, Randallstown, Owings Mills, Towson, and Catonsville.  

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