Dental Crowns

If you have suffered tooth damage, you may want to use dental crowns to help you. This is one of the most effective treatment options we have at our disposal. Our dentists use dental crowns to repair everything from chips to cracks and even severe breaks. Then, we can combine dental crowns with our other treatment options to ensure we hold everything in place.

We use state-of-the-art treatment techniques, the best materials in the field, and exceptional training to provide you with the service you are looking for. Learn more about how the team from Caring Dental can help you take care of your smile, and reach out to us to make an appointment with our team.

How Do You Place a Dental Crown?

If you are interested in this treatment technique, there are several steps that we need to follow. First, we need to examine the tooth closely. We may start with a routine dental exam, and there is a good chance that we will take an X-ray of your tooth as well. An X-ray is crucial because we want to ensure we do not miss anything underneath the surface before applying a dental crown.

Then, we may apply some medicine to numb the area. That way, we can keep you as comfortable as possible during the procedure. If a significant portion of your tooth is missing, we may use some material to reshape your tooth before we move forward.

Once we are confident we are ready to place the crown, we will take a mold of your tooth. We may use digital technology to make the process easier. This mold is essential because we want to make sure the crown fits your tooth perfectly.

After we take a mold of your tooth, we will send the information to a lab. They will provide us with a crown that has been customized to meet your needs. Once it comes back to our office, we will call you for a follow-up visit to place the dental crown.

How Do I Take Care of My Dental Crown?

Even though a crown is one of the most durable treatment options we offer, it is not invincible. You need to ensure that you take care of it appropriately if you want it to last as long as possible. Try to avoid munching on hard substances like ice, olive pits, and apple cores. Otherwise, you run the risk of breaking the crown.

If you have a history of grinding your teeth, you may want to talk to us about making a nightguard. A night guard is important because it can prevent you from applying too much pressure to the dental crown in the middle of the night. They can also help you protect your other teeth.

Of course, you need to brush and floss your teeth regularly. This includes the tooth with the dental crown. Remember that the dental crown is not invincible, so you must continue to brush and floss around a dental crown the same way you usually do.

If your dental crown gets damaged, you need to call us as quickly as possible. Schedule an appointment with our office so we can fix the issue.

Call Caring Dental for Dental Crowns in Baltimore, MD

Dental crowns could be right for you if you are looking for an effective way to repair a tooth that has been damaged. It would be our pleasure to provide you with exceptional dental crowns. We will customize our crowns to meet your needs and ensure you are happy with the result. Contact Caring Dental today to make an appointment with our team.

Get The Smile Of Your Dreams With Our Caring Team

Count on Dr. Wendy Rose-Hyatt, Dr. Allyson Hyatt, Dr. Jake Hyatt, Dr. Mark Lustman, and Dr. Larry Amsterdam with Caring Dental to help you. Contact us today to make an appointment!

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