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Dental Crowns – Uniontown, PA

Repairing Damaged Teeth for a Flawless Smile

A cracked, decayed, or injured tooth can do more than just hinder your confidence, it can also lead to pain when indulging in your favorite meal and sensitivity during your morning cup of coffee. Fortunately, you can restore your damaged teeth with dental crowns in Uniontown. Over the past 40 years, Dr. Edward L. Witek, Jr. has helped countless patients restore their smiles and achieve pristine oral health. If you would like to schedule an appointment, don’t hesitate to contact us today!

Why Choose Dr. Edward L. Witek, Jr. For Dental Crowns?

  • State-of-the-Art Technology
  • Personalized, Patient-Centered Approach to Care
  • 40 Years of Experience

What Is a Dental Crown?

Man smiling with straight, white teeth

A dental crown is a custom-made, tooth-shaped covering that is designed to restore an affected tooth. Traditionally, they are made of gold or metal alloys. However, patients today can choose from tooth-colored alternatives (like porcelain/ceramic) that effectively restore the damaged tooth without calling attention to the treatment.

What Can Dental Crowns Fix?

Close up of a single tooth crown

Placing a dental crown is one of the most common and straight-forward treatments. Not only are they durable and life-like, but they can also be used to:

  • Restore a broken tooth.
  • Fix weak or worn-down teeth due to teeth grinding.
  • Rebuild severely decayed teeth.
  • Replace a missing tooth that is supported by a dental implant.
  • Make aesthetic improvements to cracked or chipped teeth.

How Are Dental Crowns Placed?

Dentist talking to patient about dental crowns

After conducting a dental exam and reaching a diagnosis, your dentist will begin the process of placing the dental crown. First, the affected tooth will be prepped by being cleaned and reshaped. From there, an impression is made of the tooth and a temporary crown is placed while the permanent one is crafted in a lab. Once the custom crown is complete, we will use a special bonding agent to ensure that it stays in place for years to come!

How Do You Care for a Dental Crown?

Man looking into mirror at dental crown

Dental crowns can last for over two decades with proper care and maintenance. Priority number one is to consistently brush and floss your teeth, especially near the base of the crown where plaque can collect. Also, attending your bi-yearly checkups and cleanings are crucial. Not only will this ensure that any small dental concerns are treated right away, but it will also guarantee your dental crown is in tip-top shape!

Are you looking for a dentist in Uniontown to repair your damaged or hurting tooth? Contact us today to schedule an appointment!