Dental Crowns at
Ellicott City Smile Care

The Solution for Damaged or Decaying Teeth.

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Are You Suffering From:

  • Cracked or damaged teeth
  • Large, advanced cavities?
  • Toothaches?
  • Decayed teeth that won’t hold a filling?
  • Failed root canals?
These issues can result in serious health issues. Fortunately, you may be a candidate for a dental crown, which can help restore a damaged tooth to its natural look, function, and health.
At Ellicott City Smile Care, we want to help keep your natural teeth healthy for as long as possible. So when your teeth need some extra care and attention, our minimally-invasive, high-tech dental crowns are an excellent choice.

How Do Crowns Work?

When tooth structure is badly damaged, a filling may not be enough to protect it from further decay or eventual loss. A dental crown will help your tooth remain strong and healthy.

Dental crowns are essentially a cap that covers the entirety of your natural tooth and is fitted at the base of your gum line. Modern-day crowns look exactly like your natural teeth and will last a lifetime.

With proper care, you won’t even know it’s there!

At Ellicott City Smile Care, we use 3D technology to give you a completely custom solution. Your crown will be designed to your mouth and gums, providing the snuggest fit and unparalleled strength.

Patient Stories

“The best dentist I have ever been to. Dr. Levy takes the time to explain everything. The office itself is very nice. His staff is top notch and his hygienist is very thorough. All around professionals!”

Holly B.

Crowns or Fillings: Which Is Right For You?

Crowns

Fillings

Summary

Materials Made from biocompatible, tooth-colored porcelain Composite or mercury amalgam Crowns look 100% natural and are the non-toxic treatment
Appearance Custom-crafted to look and feel just like your natural teeth Amalgam (silver) fillings are noticeable and have an unnatural look Crowns offer a beautiful and natural result
Durability Covers the entire tooth and sits securely against the gumline May weaken the structure of your tooth, making it more fragile Crowns provide a very durable, longer lasting option

If your tooth is suffering from extensive decay or damage, dental crowns are the safest and most durable option.

 Ellicott City Smile Care’s Approach to Dentistry

Ellicott City Smile Care wants the best for your smile and your health.

It doesn’t matter when you last visited the dentist. We’re here to help you here and now. There’s never any judgment.

Dr. Levy and the rest of the Ellicott City Smile Care team approach dentistry with compassion.

We understand you might feel a little nervous about having dental work done, but we’ll make sure you’re comfortable and feel empowered every step of the way.

We’ll walk you through all your options so you can make the right choices for your health. Working together, we’ll help you get your dental health back on track with a high-quality, high-tech dental crown.

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You’ll love Ellicott City Smile Care’s modern, comfortable, and non-invasive approach to dentistry!

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Welcoming Office

There’s never any judgement or lecturing here. We’ll make sure you’re totally comfortable.
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Treatment Plans

We’ll develop a custom care plan based on your needs and health goals.

Flexible Financing

We’re happy to accept most insurances and offer financing options to fit your budget.

Incredible Results

See the difference a high-tech, compassionate dentist can make on your smile!

Patient Stories

“Dr. Levy and his staff go to great lengths to meet ever increasingly difficult insurance claims and file those for me. I highly recommend his practice. I have had multiple cleanings, 3 crowns and an extraction.”

Brian L.

Office Information

9501 Old Annapolis Road Suite #309
Ellicott City, Maryland 21042

Phone: (410) 964-9816

Office Hours:
Monday: 7am-6pm
Tuesday: 7am-4pm
Wednesday: 7am-6pm
Thursday: 7am-4pm
Friday-Sunday: Closed

Get Started Today.

We’re always welcoming new patients and are here to help. See a dentist in Ellicott City, MD today.