At Potomac Crown Dentistry, we're committed to delivering the best for our patients. Porcelain crowns are placed on top of the damaged tooth and act as a cap that will fix and reshape the size and appearance of your tooth. Here at Potomac Crown Dentistry in North Potomac, MD, we only use porcelain to make dental crowns.
Prioritize your oral health and aesthetics with our expert care. Experience the difference at our clinic in North Potomac, MD.
Considering a solution for missing teeth? Dental bridges might be your answer.
They effectively bridge the gap between natural teeth, using two dental crowns as pillars to secure the implant seamlessly.
Act Now for a Healthier Smile! Experience the difference at our clinic in North Potomac, MD.
The lifespan of a dental crown varies based on material, oral hygiene, and other factors. On average, dental crowns last between 5 to 15 years, but with proper care, they can last even.
Yes, dental crowns can be made from various materials, including:
Yes, there are several types, including:
Visit Every Six Months: Catch oral issues early and prevent cavities, decay, and gum problems.
Why Regular Checkups?
Combat plaque buildup and safeguard your smile.
Home Care Matters:
Boost your oral health with our expert tips and consistent home care.
A cap that covers a damaged tooth to restore its function and appearance.
A crown that encases the entire tooth surface.
A type of crown that combines porcelain and metal for durability and aesthetics.
A crown made entirely out of ceramic material, known for its aesthetic appeal.
A crown made out of gold alloy, known for its durability.
The pointed or rounded part of a tooth's chewing surface, often covered by a crown when damaged.
A procedure to rebuild a severely damaged tooth to support a crown.
The tooth that supports and holds a bridge or crown.
A dental restoration used to replace one or more missing teeth by joining an artificial tooth to adjacent teeth or dental implants.
The most common type of bridge that involves a crown on either side of the artificial tooth.
Used when there are teeth on only one side of the lost tooth or teeth.
Made of plastic teeth and gums, supported by a metal framework. Metal wings on each side of the bridge are bonded to existing teeth.
The artificial tooth in a dental bridge that replaces the missing tooth.
A bridge that is permanently attached and can't be removed.
Similar to a partial denture; it can be taken out and cleaned.
The teeth that support the bridge. Implant-Supported Bridge: A bridge that is supported by dental implants instead of natural teeth.