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Dental Crowns – Doylestown, PA

A Dazzling Way to
Protect Your Tooth

Even if you take excellent care of your teeth, a sudden accident could leave them cracked or fractured. Without prompt repairs, the tooth could become infected, suffer further damage, and at some point might even have to be removed altogether. In order to keep your natural smile as intact as possible, Dr. Kandov can restore your injured teeth with dental crowns in Doylestown made out of carefully chosen, natural-looking materials. Contact Brite Smiles today to schedule a consultation so that we can begin the process of fixing your smile!

Why Choose Brite Smiles 4 U for Dental Crowns?

Why Do I Need a Dental Crown?

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A dental crown is usually placed on teeth that have suffered from severe decay or trauma; their purpose is to restore the shape and size of the tooth while protecting the already damaged parts of the structure. You might receive a crown if:

What is the Process for Receiving a Dental Crown?

Illustration of a dental crown placed over a natural tooth

The first step is to carefully examine the tooth as well as the surrounding bone. (X-rays will be taken as necessary.) After that, we’ll have to make sure there’s enough room in your mouth for the restoration to be placed. We do this by reshaping the chewing surface and sides of your natural tooth; the amount we remove depends on the kind of crown being placed. (Occasionally, we might have to “build up” the tooth instead with filling material so that the tooth can safely support a crown.) Then we can take impressions of your mouth so that there’s a model to refer to when creating the crown. After a couple of weeks, you can return to our office to receive your permanent crown.

Taking Care of a Dental Crown

Close-Up of Dental Crown on a Person’s Finger

Teeth that are covered by crowns do not require any special kind of care, but it’s important to realize that they’re still vulnerable to decay and gum disease. That means brushing and flossing are just as important as ever. Be sure that you’re paying close attention to the area where the gum meets the tooth. Rinsing with an antibacterial mouthwash will help in cleaning the spaces that you have trouble reaching on their own.

Benefits of a Crown

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