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If you have a severely damaged tooth, our dentist and team might recommend a dental crown to restore and protect it. This will improve the appearance, health and function of your smile. Contact JB Dental Associates today at 571-366-3830 to learn more about dental crowns in Sterling, Virginia, and to schedule an appointment with Dr. Joyce Bahng.

A dental crown, also known as a cap, plays multiple roles in dental repair. Its main function is to restore teeth that have suffered significant damage or decay. Designed to cover the entire tooth from the gumline, a dental crown aims to bring back the original size and shape of the tooth. These crowns come in various materials, such as gold, porcelain, or a mix of porcelain and metal. Porcelain crowns, in particular, are favored for their ability to seamlessly match the natural color and look of your teeth. Our dentist will help determine the best crown type to enhance your smile.

A crown could be the ideal solution for your smile if a tooth’s damage or decay goes beyond what a dental filling can effectively repair. Additionally, crowns fulfill various functions both in restoring dental health and enhancing aesthetics, such as:

  • Safeguarding a tooth after undergoing root canal therapy
  • Securing a dental bridge firmly in place
  • Finalizing a dental implant procedure
  • Improving the appearance of your smile
  • Rectifying the form of a misaligned tooth
  • Strengthening a cracked or weakened tooth.
  • Providing support for a substantial filling when there’s limited natural tooth structure left.

If you’re considering a dental crown as the solution for your dental concerns, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re dedicated to assisting you in attaining a healthy and radiant smile.

In addition to providing smile makeovers to residents of Sterling and the surrounding areas, we also provide the following restorative dentistry services in Sterling: dental bridges, composite dental fillings, dentures, and inlays & onlays.