Dental crowns and dental bridges are cosmetic dentistry’s go-to for improving tooth function and aesthetics. If a tooth is damaged or lost, crowns and bridges provide a low-cost and surgery-free solution for repairing or replacing teeth. A two-purpose solution, crowns and bridges effortlessly restore both the appearance of your teeth and their proper function. This allows you to smile confidently and eat comfortably once again, while ensuring that your existing teeth remain as healthy as possible. Our cosmetic dentistry team at Dental Care Solutions routinely restores teeth with artistry and technical skill using custom dental crowns or bridges. Using technology like the iTero® intraoral scanner, we’ll take digital images of the interior of your mouth, where your new restoration will go; no messy impressions needed. These scans are very precise, helping us design and fabricate highly customized crowns or bridges so they fit naturally and look beautiful. With this digital process, we often don’t have to make any changes to your restoration before attaching it, giving you a new tooth in less time! Under our expert guidance, you can return your smile to one of health and beauty!
Dental crowns are porcelain caps that cover over the surface of a natural tooth, like a glove. Custom-made to fit, a dental crown replacement restores the proper size, shape, and strength of a tooth. Securely bonded to a prepared tooth, dental crowns are made to last for many years, looking and functioning like the rest of your natural teeth. Common reasons we use dental crowns include:
Dental bridges are made up of a series of dental crowns used to bridge the gap left from a missing tooth. The dental bridge procedure requires that the adjacent (abutment) teeth be prepared so the crowns can be secured on either side of the empty socket. With a strong porcelain tooth suspended between, dental bridges can restore bite function and aesthetics to the smile. Dental bridges can effectively:
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