Naylors Court Dental Partners

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Crowns and Bridges

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Crowns and Bridges

crowns pikesville mdCrowns Made Custom for You

Crowns are made by taking an impression of the tooth after it has been shaped for the crown.  This impression is sent to the dental laboratory to make the crown.  While the crown is being fabricated, a temporary crown is placed to protect the tooth. In addition to this process, we also remove any decayed part of your tooth, replacing it will a filling. Your customized, permanent crown is designed to look natural and cohesive with the rest of your smile. 

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If you have further questions about crowns, please don't hesitate to call us at Naylors Court Dental Partners, today!

dental crowns owings millsRepair Broken or Damaged Teeth

Crowns can be necessary for many conditions.  Often times teeth crack or break as a result of large fillings, tooth decay, grinding your teeth, or a misaligned bite.  When the tooth structure has been compromised, a crown is often prescribed to protect the tooth from further breakage.  The crown covers the entire outside of the tooth, providing a strong, bracing action to support the underlying tooth. 

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Crowns are able to improve one's oral health as well as the aesthetic of one's smile. For more information on crowns or to book an appointment, call our Pikesville dental office today.

woman getting a dental exam l dentist pikesville md We Match Your Crown to Your Teeth

Yes, your crown will look cohesive with the rest of your natural smile. Our team will choose a shape and color for your crown that matches your teeth, providing you with a natural looking tooth.  In some instances, patients may choose to whiten their teeth prior to fabrication of the crown.  This allows us to match the crown to their new whitened tooth color, giving them a natural aesthetic smile. 

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For more information on crowns or to book your next dental appointment, call our Pikesville office today!




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