Comprehensive General
and Cosmetic Dentistry

Call: (410) 669-6964
1111 Park Avenue, Suite 104
Baltimore, MD 21201-5651

New Patients Welcome  •  Some Saturday Hours Available  •  Emergency Service Available
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General & Cosmetic Dentistry in Baltimore, Maryland

Bolton Hill Dental Office in Baltimore, Maryland, performs general and cosmetic dentistry that makes your teeth healthier and whiter. We are dedicated to providing preventative maintenance and restorative dental health care for our patients.

A great way to prevent permanent tooth damage or the need for an extraction is a crown. We offer a variety that includes:

• Stainless Steel—This prefabricated temporary crown protects the tooth while the permanent crown is being created.

• Metal (Gold or Metal Alloy)—Less tooth structure needs to be removed with these options. They withstand biting and
  chewing forces well and last the longest, so they rarely chip or break. The main drawback of metal crowns is the metallic
  look, which makes them good options for out-of-sight molars.

White Teeth, Cosmetic Dentistry in Baltimore, MD

• Porcelain—These crowns can be color matched to your teeth. Because they will not detract from the appearance of your smile, porcelain crowns are best for
  front teeth.

• Ceramic—In addition to providing better color matching, ceramic crowns and are more suitable for people with metal allergies. However, they are not a strong or
  better cosmetic choice for front teeth.

Come to Bolton Hill Dental Office when you want the highest quality partial and complete dentures. These false teeth options replace teeth that you have lost. Complete dentures cover the entire upper or lower jaw. Partials replace one or a few teeth.

Dentistry advances have resulted in many improvements to dentures. They are now more comfortable and natural looking.

In the beginning, we will want to see you more often to make sure that the dentures still fit. Over time, the mouth changes and dentures may need additional adjusting or replacement.

Root Canal Therapy
Endodontic therapy is treatment for the pulp of the tooth, which eliminates infection in a contaminated tooth.

Root canals and their associated pulp chambers are the physical hollows within the tooth that are naturally inhabited by nerve tissue, blood vessels, and other cellular entities. Endodontic therapy involves the removal of these structures.

After endodontic surgery, the tooth will be dead. Although the procedure is usually safe and painless, the root canal does remain a fearsome dental operation.

Schedule an appointment with our dentist in Baltimore, Maryland, for care that helps keep your teeth and gums healthy.