Dental Crowns in Bay City, MI

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What Are Dental Crowns?

Crown restoration is a treatment offered by the skilled providers at Robert M. Taylor III, DDS to restore teeth that have been significantly damaged or decayed. Dental crowns are custom-made to blend evenly with your existing teeth and can be used to restore teeth that are broken, decayed, oddly shaped, or otherwise flawed. Crowns could also be melded into a unit to serve as a bridge or placed over single implants to replace a missing tooth. Set up an appointment with Dr. Robert M. Taylor III to determine whether a customized dental crown could elevate the appearance and health of your smile.

At Robert M. Taylor III, DDS, we understand the self-consciousness and lack of use of losing or damaged teeth. Our team offers dental crowns as a choice for Bay City, MI patients who are hoping to enjoy benefits from the treatment, such as:

  • More natural and ease of talking, eating, and smiling
  • Simple, individualized treatment that requires very little recovery
  • Restored function and appearance of teeth and smile
  • Longitudinal results that should keep patients content for years to come

The Dental Crown Process

Dental crowns at our Bay City, MI office usually take two visits to complete. For the first part of your treatment, one of our dentists will administer local anesthesia to the affected tooth and clean out any infected areas. Once the tooth has been cleansed, an impression will be captured and utilized by a dental lab to create your unique restoration. A temporary restoration may be worn on the treated tooth to maintain function and a natural-looking aesthetic appeal throughout the time your restoration is being made. You should visit Robert M. Taylor III, DDS within 1 – 2 weeks following your treatment so that you can have the temporary crown taken off and your new dental restoration permanently attached to your tooth or implant post.

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Natural-Looking Dental Restorations

A custom-made crown restoration may be the ideal treatment for individuals suffering from issues like tooth decay or broken teeth in Bay City, MI. This type of restoration can help prevent additional issues while providing you with normal functional abilities and an improved cosmetic appearance for your tooth. Call Robert M. Taylor III, DDS, to schedule a consult with Dr. Taylor or another one of our dental experts and determine if a dental crown or another solution is best for your oral health goals.

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Are dental crowns covered by insurance?

Dental insurance generally does cover dental crowns if they are deemed necessary for functional or oral health reasons. If you are looking to get a dental crown for cosmetic reasons, then it's likely that it will not be covered by your insurance. If you aren't sure, Dr. Taylor III recommends calling your dental insurance provider to ask. Our knowledgeable team at Robert M. Taylor III, DDS can also help find out if your insurance will cover any part of your dental crown procedure.

Do dental crowns hurt?

Getting a dental crown at Robert M. Taylor III, DDS. in Bay City, MI is considered a virtually painless experience. This is due to the fact that Dr. Taylor III uses local anesthesia to numb the area before the crown is placed. After the procedure, some patients may experience mild soreness and sensitivity, but this should fade with time. Over-the-counter pain medicine can also help alleviate any potential discomfort.

How long do dental crowns last?

Dental crowns are designed to be durable and long-lasting. On average, dental crowns can last between 5 – 15 years, depending on how well you take care of them. Regular oral hygiene practices, including brushing, flossing, and routine dental exams at Robert M. Taylor III, DDS, play a significant role in extending the lifespan of your dental crown. Over time, natural wear and tear or changes in your oral health may require replacement or restoration of the crown.

*Individual results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person. Images may contain models.