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Dental crowns

Royalty At St. Mary’s Dental

When we crown one of our patients at St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville MD, the coronation is a celebration of a stronger smile. The need for a dental crown is usually apparent. Crowns restore a decayed or damaged tooth to its original size, shape, and functionality. Crowns are sometimes extended down to a tooth’s root

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7 Ways To Fix A Chipped Tooth

In a perfect world, each of your teeth would stay healthy, strong, and brilliantly white throughout your life. Unfortunately, most of us will need to restore a tooth at some point. At St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville MD, we can help. A tooth can be compromised by decay, enamel erosion, a chip or crack, gum

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How Long Will A Dental Crown Last?

Dental crowns from St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville are a versatile restoration. A crown adds strength to a tooth that has a large filling or been damaged. A crown is usually necessary after a root canal. In a dental implant procedure, a crown is the final step. Dental crowns are made from a variety of

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Dental Crowns At St. Mary’s Dental In Mechanicsville

Dental crowns have been used in dentistry for many decades. There is even evidence that ancient civilizations experimented with early forms of crowns. Today, dental crowns are a versatile restoration at St. Mary’s Dental in Mechancisville. Dental crowns (also called caps) cover the entire visible portion of the tooth and are cemented in place. They

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What Is Necessary For A Dental Crown?

Dental crowns have been a staple restoration in dentistry for many years. We use dental crowns on our patients almost every day, at St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville. A dental crown procedure consists of several steps: Tooth Preparation We anesthetize the tooth to be crowned and then prepare it. All decay is removed and the

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Is A Tooth Implant The Same As A Dental Crown?

What’s the difference between a dental implant and a crown? It can be confusing. They can be combined in one procedure. And both can be used with other dental restorations. At St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville, we’re using this space to explain the difference. 1. A dental implant can serve as a foundation for a

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Wear A Crown In Mechanicsville

Some people who have a weak or broken tooth may want to think about dental crowns as a solution to improve their smile and overall oral health. Available from St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville, a crown is really a cap or covering that is tooth-shaped. When it is in place, it covers the portion of

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You Be The Judge

If you are researching cosmetic dental smile makeovers, you have probably heard claims that cosmetic dentistry can provide you with a ‘perfect smile’ or a ‘celebrity smile.’ Are these superlatives simply exaggerations? The team at St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville MD invites you to judge for yourself. A smile makeover involves multiple procedures which may

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Three Types Of Stains: Teeth Whitening in Mechanicsville MD

If your smile could use some brightening, St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville MD can help. We provide professional teeth whitening that can dramatically improve your appearance. Not everyone responds the same to teeth whitening, however. Not all teeth stains are equal, and the degree of whiteness attained and the treatment time necessary depends on the

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Coronation: Porcelain Crowns in Mechanicsville MD

We treat all of our patients royally at St. Mary’s Dental in Mechanicsville MD, but some receive actual crowns. Not what a king or queen wears, but porcelain crowns for their teeth. Porcelain crowns are a cap placed over a tooth to preserve and protect it. They are a remedy for a host of problems:

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