Dental caps, or dental crowns, are a way to fill in gaps securely if your child has damaged or missing teeth. A tooth cap can also restore mouth function, so your child can bite and chew more easily. Our pediatric dentists at Golnick Pediatric Dentistry in Taylor and West Bloomfield, MI offer handcrafted dental crowns.

What Is a Dental Crown?

A crown is a reparative tooth cap placed to restore a tooth to its appropriate shape, size and function. The goal of a dental cap is to strengthen the tooth and improve its look and function.

Who Needs a Tooth Cap?

Your child may need a restorative dental crown if they:

  • Have a large cavity that is too big to be filled
  • Are missing a tooth or teeth
  • Have a worn down, cracked or otherwise damaged tooth
  • Have undergone root canal therapy
  • Have a badly misshapen or discolored tooth

If your child is experiencing tooth pain or is showing signs of cavities, book an appointment with our Taylor or West Bloomfield, MI dental office today!

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Dr. Jason Golnick

Dr. Jason Golnick

DDS (Doctor of Dental Surgery)

Dr. Jason M. Golnick received his DDS degree and his MS degree in Pediatric Dentistry from the University of Michigan. He is a C.S. Mott Fellow in Pediatric Dentistry and has served as a adjunct clinical professor in the Department of Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics at the University of Michigan, School of Dentistry. Dr. Jason Golnick is an active staff member of Oakwood Hospital and the Detroit Medical Center / Childrens Hospital of Michigan,

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