Christine Kwon, D.M.D.
Henry Hur, D.M.D.
Gabrielle DeMille, D.M.D.
Caitlin Forgetta, DMD.

Dental Crowns In Amesbury, MA

Your Trusted Local Dental Crown Specialists In Amesbury, MA

Centerpoint Dental is proud to provide dental crowns as apart of our long list of restorative dental service offerings! Located in Amesbury, MA, Centerpoint is a family first dental practice that provides the best of the best to every singly one of our clients. Whether you have a cracked, broken, or otherwise damaged tooth or several teeth, dental crowns could be perfectly for you. Contact us today to learn more and to set up your appointment for a dental crown!


What Are Dental Crowns?

A dental crown is a cap/crown that is comprised of a variety of different materials that fits over your natural tooth. Most of the time crowns are made from zirconia, as they tend to last the longest over time. These crowns not only give your smile a better look but they also restore tooth/teeth shape and functionality. Do you think you need a dental crown for a tooth or several teeth, discover how a crown from Centerpoint Dental can keep you happy and your smile healthy.

Do I Need A Dental Crown?

Centerpoint Dental reccomends that if you believe you need a dental crown or another restorative dental service that you contact our office immediately to set up an appointment.  Doing so will allow us the opportunity to asses your teeth and provide a course of action. However, the most common and telltale reasons we recommend a dental crown to our patients is due to large amounts of excessive dental decay, broken, chipped, or cracked teeth. To learn more and to uncover if you need a dental crown, contact us today!

How Do I Care For My Dental Crown?

Once you have received a dental crown from Centerpoint Dental you must take as much care for your crown as you would your normal teeth. This includes:

  • Brush twice a day: Brush with a soft bristled brush for around two minutes to ensure max clean.
  • Floss: While your dental crown protects you from damage you will still want to floss at least once a day to prevent any further decay or gum disease in other teeth.
  • Mouthwash: In addition to flossing, another way to ensure you’re getting between your teeth is to utilize mouthwash to eliminate the possibility for bacteria growth. for cleaning is to use an ADA recommended mouthwash after you brush. 
  • Visit Our Office: As always you will want to visit our office at least two times a year for a regular checkup and cleaning to ensure your crowns look and feel good. 
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