Porcelain Crowns in Washington, D.C.

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What Are Porcelain Crowns?

Individual teeth that have been affected by significant damage or decay can generally be restored using a dental crown. Our dentists use advanced technology to provide same-day crowns to patients in Washington, D.C. Porcelain crowns cover the visible part of teeth, giving them a more natural cosmetic appearance. These kinds of restorations are designed to look like your other teeth and may be placed to fix teeth that are fractured, decayed, oddly shaped, or damaged in some sort of way. Porcelain crowns could also be merged into a unit to form a dental bridge or attached to dental implants to replace a missing tooth. Schedule a consultation at Washington Elite Dentistry to discover if you're a candidate for a same-day crown.

What Are the Benefits of Porcelain Veneers?

At Washington Elite Dentistry, we are aware of the self-consciousness and dysfunction that can be caused by missing or chipped teeth. We offer dental crowns as a choice for our patients in Washington, D.C. so they can enjoy many benefits as a result of their appointment. This could include:

  • Increased natural and simplicity of talking, chewing, and smiling
  • Easy, individualized treatment that requires very little recovery
  • Restored use and aesthetic of teeth and smile
  • Long-lasting results that can keep you happy for years in the future

Washington, DC individuals can benefit from having a crown placed to treat a number of dental issues and to restore the function and appearance of a tooth. A dental crown may be recommended for individuals with a tooth that is cracked or fractured, eroded, misshapen or discolored, or significantly decayed. Porcelain crowns may also be ideal for individuals with teeth with large, failing fillings, recently received endodontic treatments, to complete an implant, or to support dental bridges.

At Washington Elite Dentistry, a dental crown can be performed for the back and front teeth and is typically made of high-quality ceramic, porcelain, or metal. Our experienced dental practitioners can examine your tooth or teeth and help you determine the right type of dental crown for your oral health needs and smile goals.

What Is the Porcelain Crown Process?

Getting a porcelain crown at our Washington, D.C. office only takes one visit instead of the usual two. To start, our team will take digital impressions of your mouth with intraoral cameras, and our state-of-the-art machine will then use those images to create your custom crown. Next, one of our highly trained dental practitioners will numb your mouth and can incorporate other sedation dentistry services to boost your comfort if you desire. Once the damaged portion is cleared away, we can place the new dental crown on your tooth and make whatever necessary adjustments to ensure it fits securely and comfortably.

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Amazing staff from front desk to dentist. And Marina is the BEST hygentist I've ever experienced. Literally retaught me how to take care of my teeth and gums. Highly recommend!

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As someone who’s been a returning customer of theirs for a few years, I can say with complete confidence that WED continues to be the best of its kind! First, I’ll say that the location is convenient & easily accessible with it being right near Metro Center Station. Dr. Berman remains the best at her job, always being friendly & having a positive attitude while ensuring every procedure is completed without issues. One of their awesome staff members by the name of Marina handled my deep cleaning & is very passionate about her job. You can tell as soon as you meet her & she has this very creative way of holding you accountable for your oral hygiene that I very much like. I also have to mention Michelle, their receptionist as well. She’s very kind, knowledgeable on everything they do & will share her own personal experiences that can help ease your anxiety so when you leave, you’ll be reassured and in a much better mood than when you came in. They’re also very flexible on payment options so you don’t have to worry about paying unreasonably large amounts of money right away. To anyone who’s wants a clean, welcoming, & affordable dentistry with an overall amazing staff, I heavily encourage you to try WED!

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Very professional. Nice location. Honest doctors. Reasonable prices. Dr. Berman made me feel like at home. Thank you

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I had my dental work done in Serbia recently. I had a couple of issues and had to get it checked by the dentist ASAP ! Made my appointment through a friend! She highly recommended the Washington Elite Dentistry ! The front desk was able to squeeze me on the same day since it was emergency-thank you, Michelle! Dr Berman took a first look, and she was very clear about what was going on and what should be done. We did x-rays and ct scan on site. After her, Dr. Khashayar checked me as well, and he clarified situations about my implants. Any future work from now on I am doing here! Thank you

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Same-Day Crowns for Your Convenience

In just one visit to our Washington, D.C. practice, dental cavities, damaged teeth, and other complications can be improved with a custom porcelain crown. A crown may help protect your tooth from further damage while regaining your normal function and a natural-looking appearance. Contact Washington Elite Dentistry to reserve an appointment with our team, and find out if a crown or another restorative solution is right for your oral health goals.

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How long does it take to get a porcelain crown?

The process typically takes two or more visits to the dentist. The first visit involves preparation and impressions, while a temporary crown may be placed. The second visit involves removing the temporary crown and bonding the permanent crown in place.
 

Is the procedure painful?

The procedure itself is not painful, as the area is usually numbed with a local anesthetic. Some sensitivity or discomfort after receiving porcelain crowns is possible, but it usually subsides quickly.

Can I eat and drink normally with a porcelain crown?

Once the crown is securely in place, you can eat and drink as you normally would. However, it's advisable to avoid very hard or extremely sticky foods that could potentially damage the crown.

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