Dental Crowns – Annapolis, MD
Strengthening and Restoring Damaged Teeth
Everyone is bound to develop oral health problems and wear-and-tear that damages their teeth throughout their lifetime. Your teeth are being used every day to help you speak and chew food, but what some people don’t realize is that without the proper care and protection, they become vulnerable to oral health problems. If you have a damaged tooth that is at risk of becoming infected, has had a root canal, or is severely worn-down, Dr. Neil Vanik offers customized dental crowns in Annapolis, MD made from the highest quality materials to restore your oral health.
Why Choose Dr. Neil Vanik For Dental Crowns?
- Customized Restorations
- Natural-Looking and High-Quality Materials
- Comprehensive Dental Care
What is a Dental Crown?
Dental crowns in Annapolis are customized restorations that are made to fit over the visible portion of your existing tooth. The procedure usually takes place over the course of two visits to our dental office, starting with any necessary treatments, such as root canal therapy. Once your affected tooth has been restored to full health, one of our dental professionals will take impressions of your mouth to send off to our dental laboratory to craft your restoration from. After a couple of weeks, we will receive your permanent crown and call you in for your final visit to place it.
Do You Need a Dental Crown?
Many patients aren’t aware of how versatile dental crowns are. We typically recommend them for patients who need to:
- Protect a weakened or severely decayed tooth from becoming infected.
- Keep a fractured or broken tooth from becoming further damaged.
- Cover and support a large dental filling.
- Improve the appearance of misshapen or severely discolored teeth.
What are the Benefits of Dental Crowns?
How Should You Care For Dental Crowns?
Once you get your new dental crown, we’ll provide you with some aftercare instructions to help you get the most out of your investment. Taking care of it will be just as easy as keeping your natural tooth healthy. That being said, be sure to:
- Brush twice each day for two minutes using fluoride toothpaste.
- Floss every day.
- Rinse with antibacterial mouthwash regularly.
- Maintain a nutritious diet.
- Visit our dental office every six months for checkups and cleanings.
As long as you follow these care tips and are diligent about maintaining your at-home hygiene routine, your dental crown can last up to 15 years. Plus, when you visit our dental office regularly, we’ll be able to inspect it and make any repairs or replacements if necessary. This will help you avoid any dental emergencies or unexpected visits to our dental office down the road.