Do you have chipped, broken, or missing teeth? Well, you are not alone, and you don’t have to accept an imperfect smile. We offer modern dental crowns and bridges to enhance and restore your smile. Crowns and bridges also can make it easier to bite and chew properly.

Call our dental office today to book a consultation. Learn more about how dental crowns and bridges can give you back your confident smile.

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns serve as a replacement top layer for damaged teeth. Typically, crowns are made of porcelain or ceramic material. The tooth-colored cap covers the entire visible portion of a tooth. They are used to restore a cracked, chipped, misshapen, worn down or badly decayed tooth. Crown restorations are also placed on weakened teeth after root canal therapy. When a tooth is severely damaged by advanced decay, a dental filling is not a practical solution. Too much of the tooth structure must be removed. In that case, a crown is the better choice to restore function and aesthetic appeal. Modern dental crowns are usually made of ceramic, porcelain, or composite resin material. However, they can also be crafted of nickel or gold alloy.

Dental Bridges (Fixed Partial Dentures)

A tooth bridge is just what the name implies. It bridges the gap left behind after tooth loss. Typically, a bridge restoration consists of two prosthetic teeth that are secured by two porcelain crowns. For patients with missing teeth, a bridge is a good tooth replacement option. A dental bridge connects and to the adjacent teeth. The replacement teeth fill in the gap.

Dental Crowns and Dental Bridges

Porcelain crowns and dental bridges are mostly used for restorative purposes. These dental prosthetics play a crucial role in maintaining proper mouth function after tooth loss. Unlike removable dental appliances, like conventional dentures, crowns and bridges are permanently fixed in place.

Our long-lasting restorations do not require any specialized care. Simply brush and floss your teeth like you usually do and keep up with regular dental visits. Call our dental office today to schedule a consultation.