Due to the coronavirus outbreak, our office is temporarily closed except for emergencies. We are hoping to slow the spread of the virus by encouraging our patients to stay home. This will also conserve protective equipment so that, if needed, it can be diverted to emergency medical services in our area. Please call the office and leave a message if you have a dental emergency and we will contact you. 
We will be in touch to reschedule appointments when we are able to reopen.
We wish you health and strength during this difficult time!
Richard J. Kozan, DDS
Elizabeth A. Kozan, DDS

I've lost my crown! What should I do?

If you've lost a crown we recommend contacting our office as soon as possible. Crowns are generally used to preserve and protect badly damaged or decayed teeth, and the loss of one can be uncomfortable. Sometimes we can simply reattach your exisiting crown, but sometimes the fact that the crown came out is a sign that it needs to be replaced. Until we see you, don't be afraid to brush and floss the area where the crown came out. Be sure to put your crown in a safe place and remember to bring it with you when you come in to have us take a look.

We place and replace crowns on a regular basis, and the sooner you schedule an appointment the sooner we can get to work on your crown replacement.  If you have a missing crown, don't hesitate to contact us right away.

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