Crowns & Bridges
Made Just For You
Because every smile is different, restorations like bridges and crowns are custom made for every patient.
Our dentists take intraoral photographs and precise impressions of the treatment site to determine the exact specifications needed for the restoration to fit naturally and function properly.
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Why Restorations Are Necessary
Dental restorations are necessary for protecting and re-establishing proper oral function after injury or decay. These restorations can restore the look and function of a damaged tooth, and protect it from further deterioration. Unlike other mineralized structures, a tooth cannot regenerate tissue to heal itself if cracked or chipped. While a broken bone may heal over time, a chipped tooth will not.
Despite teeth being the hardest structure in the human body, once a tooth is damaged it will only continue to deteriorate. As the enamel wears away or is exposed through a break or crack, the innermost structures become exposed to oral debris and bacteria.
Unfortunately, when the root of a tooth is exposed, it can become necessary to intervene with root canal therapy. A root canal can stop the advancement of a painful infection or abscess. If a tooth is beyond what a root canal can salvage, the tooth may need to be extracted and tooth replacement options will become necessary.
If treated in time, a diseased or damaged tooth can be easily saved with a root canal and crown treatment.
Materials Used to Make Restorations
There are a number of materials available from which to fabricate crowns and bridges. Metals, such as silver or gold, and even porcelain are commonly used to create crowns. Budget-conscious patients may opt to use metals for restorations at the back of the mouth and choose porcelain or porcelain-fused-to-metal for crowns at the front of the mouth. These combination crowns are aesthetically pleasing and durable.
We want to help our patients get back to their best oral health after a dental injury or decay. We’re proud to offer high quality, custom appliances like dental crowns and bridges. With the help of these restorations, our patients will be smiling again in no time.
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