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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.
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.
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.