Dental Crowns & Bridges

Restorative dental treatments, such as crowns and bridges, help to restore your smile by improving the function, esthetics, and structure of your teeth.

Dental Crowns

Large cavities, cracks, or chips in a tooth require restorative attention, and a crown can be the right solution.

A crown is a tooth-shaped cap that is cemented onto a tooth to restore its natural shape and size.

A crown is indicated when a tooth has undergone significant damage (crack, fracture, decay) where a filling will not suffice. Crowns are also typically recommended for teeth that have undergone root canal treatment to strengthen the tooth and reduce the risk of fracturing or tooth failure.

Dental Bridges

A dental bridge is sometimes used to fill an empty space in your mouth where a tooth has been removed. It “bridges” a gap between two natural teeth. A bridge is made up of two (or more) crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap, and a false (or prosthetic) tooth in between to fill the gap.

A dental bridge can help restore your aesthetic smile, as well as improve everyday functions such as chewing and speaking.


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