Dental Crown Towson MD

Dental Crowns An Overview

Dental crowns are one of the most widely used dental treatments because of the many applications they can have for both restoring and enhancing your smile. Dr. Welinsky places dental crowns for a wide range of reasons and uses advanced digital technology to evaluate your needs and create a personalized treatment plan.

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There are several benefits of a dental crown. First, a crown restores the size, shape, and color of your tooth which has been altered by damage or decay. Second, a crown covers the entire surface of the tooth, strengthening it and supporting long-term health and stability. This cannot be done with a filling alone.

Crowns can also be used for cosmetic concerns such as closing spaces between teeth and correcting minor rotations and the shape of the teeth.

Common uses for a dental crown:

  • strengthening teeth
  • restoring teeth to their natural shape and size
  • covering a dental implant
  • protecting a weak tooth from breaking or restoring a broken tooth
  • addressing discolored teeth
  • attaching bridges
  • holding a filling
  • enhancing appearance

Towson, MD dentist Dr. Welinsky places custom dental crowns at Welinsky Dental Center to solve a wide range of cosmetic and restorative concerns. Based on your needs, we can design and place a custom dental crown that is color-matched and shaped to blend effortlessly with your existing smile.

Crowns: The Preferred Choice

A dental crown often provides a more secure restoration than a regular filling, serving to prevent further fracture of the areas of the tooth weakened by decay, extensive fillings or a cusp fracture. A dental crown is often essential to preserve a tooth following root canal treatment.


If you have teeth that are damaged, discolored or decayed and would like to restore your smile with a dental crown, schedule an appointment with Dr. Welinsky in our Towson dental office. We welcome new patients from many communities in the greater Baltimore metro area and offer comprehensive care for children and adults. Contact us at (410) 692-8453 or request an appointment online.

Dental Crowns What to Expect

The dental crown process is relatively simple and most patients are comfortable with a local anesthetic while tooth preparation and crown placement is completed in our office.

The placement of a dental crown will require two visits to our office. The first step is to prepare the tooth by removing decayed or damaged tooth structure to accommodate the placement of the crown. After taking dental impressions, a temporary crown is typically placed.

Once the final crown is complete, Dr. Welinsky will permanently secure it to your tooth after making any adjustments for comfort and appearance. Daily brushing, flossing, and regular dental care will keep your new crown stable for many years, supporting long-term oral health and a functional smile.

Dental Crowns FAQs

Is a dental crown covered by insurance?

If you dental insurance we will work with you to determine if you have any coverage for a dental crown. Many insurance plans will cover a portion of the total cost. We will provide your portion of the cost and can discuss payment options when necessary.

How long does a dental crown last?

Today’s dental crowns can be made of superior ceramic materials that can last a lifetime with proper care and good oral health. There are factors affecting the lifetime of the crown including other dental concerns that include bite problems, the location of the crown and lifestyle habits. We will monitor the condition of the crown during routine dental exams.

Dr. Kevin Welinsky DDS

Why choose Welinsky Dental Care?

Dr. Kevin Welinsky is a Baltimore native and second generation dentist serving patients and families in the Towson, Parkville and greater Baltimore area. Dedicated to providing the best possible patient experience, Dr. Welinsky, and our office team emphasizes the importance of patient education as the foundation for your dental care in our office.

We offer comprehensive dentistry for the maintenance of your oral health and work with patients on an individual basis to achieve specific goals for restoring or enhancing smiles.