Crowns and Fixed Bridges
Is your smile held back by broken, chipped, or missing teeth? We offer beautiful porcelain crowns and bridges to restore the appearance of your smile and maintain the functionality of your teeth, allowing you to chew properly and comfortably.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation and find out how crowns and bridges can help you regain confidence in your smile and ability to chew well.
What are Crowns and Bridges?
Crowns are porcelain restorations (usually all porcelain but can have a metal base) used to restore teeth that are broken, chipped, misshapen, decayed, severely worn-down, or teeth that have very large worn out restorations (fillings, inlays, onlays).
Bridges are porcelain restorations (usually porcelain but may have a metal base for increased strength) used to replace missing teeth in cases where there are remaining teeth in front of and behind the missing tooth.
Over time, teeth can become weak and even begin to crack or chip. This not only hinders the natural appearance of your smile; it can interrupt proper chewing ability and makes your teeth vulnerable to further damage and decay. In cases where teeth are already missing, the remaining gaps and spaces can compromise the health of remaining teeth. Our durable and long-lasting crowns and bridges can help restore the natural beauty and full functionality of your mouth.
When tooth enamel is weak or damaged, a tooth-shaped cap called a crown can be placed over the existing tooth. A crown will protect and restore it to its correct size, shape and strength, as well as improve overall appearance. Porcelain is one of the most durable materials used in dental restorations, and they are customized to match your exact tooth shape and color.
Same Day CEREC Crowns
Same Day CEREC® is an answered prayer for a lot of busy individuals. Whether you have been given short notice to appear as a guest on a television show, or you need to look great for your next interview, same-day dental crown procedures can be a lifesaver. It allows you to go to a dentist’s office and walk out with your smile fully restored.