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What are bridges and crowns?

A dental crown is a custom-made cap designed to cover and restore a damaged tooth. This type of restoration allows for the tooth to be repaired without extraction, providing patients with a lasting solution. A dental bridge, on the other hand, is used to replace one or more missing teeth.

Consisting of one or more false teeth and two crowns placed over existing teeth on either side of the gap, a bridge can help restore your smile and preserve your dental health. Both procedures enable our experienced dentists to provide quality care and exquisite results.

What can dental bridges and crowns address?

Whether addressing aesthetic issues or structural damage, crowns and bridges can restore do much for mouths in need. For example:

  • Dental crowns can repair cracked or broken teeth, strengthen weak teeth, and restore individual missing teeth. 
  • Bridges are used to replace multiple missing teeth in a row by attaching on either side of the gap where teeth are absent; this helps to prevent teeth from shifting out of place over time. 

What are the cosmetic uses for dental crowns and bridges?

Crowns and bridges also serve cosmetic purposes such as:

  • Restore a healthy, bright look to severely discolored teeth
  • Restore the appearance of misshapen, gapped, or uneven teeth
  • Help to restore face shape

What are the benefits of dental crowns?

  • Dental crowns have numerous benefits for the function and appearance of your teeth. 
  • A dental crown holds together cracked or damaged teeth, replacing large and worn-out fillings.
  • They can also restore fractured or cracked teeth, as well as restore dental implants.
  • Dental crowns are used to protect teeth after a root canal procedure takes place.

Ultimately, they provide an attractive solution that adds strength as well as beauty to a patient's smile.

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How does a dental bridge utilize crowns for restoration?

A bridge is the replacement of a missing tooth with the help of a false tooth attached to two other teeth. The abutment teeth act as anchors for the new bridge. By bonding these materials directly to your natural teeth, a fixed and long lasting solution for single or multiple tooth replacements is created. In a similar fashion, crowns are caps intended for improving the strength, alignment, or appearance of a single tooth without having to replace it.

How are crowns placed?

Like bridges, crowns come in several sizes and shapes but are typically made from porcelain or ceramics. They must first be fitted to the affected area before being firmly cemented into place with the help of a special adhesive. Both bridges and crowns offer an excellent solution when it comes to restoring one’s smile after suffering damage due to dental accidents or time-related conditions like cavities and decay.

Who is a good candidate for bridges and crowns?

Dental bridges are a popular method of replacing missing teeth and restoring the function of the mouth as well as aesthetics. To be a suitable candidate for this treatment, one must possess two strong and healthy teeth on either side of the area where the tooth is missing. If these abutment teeth are weakened in any way or could require further treatment such as a root canal, then they may not be suitable for a conventional dental bridge. Furthermore, if teeth have not been extracted yet, they must be fully fit to support the bridge for patients to even consider getting a bridge.

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Why choose Complete Dentistry, Trophy TX for your bridges and crowns?

Dr. Alysa Sadkin is a highly skilled dentist that has gone through intensive training in many areas of dentistry. She recently completed an Advanced Education in General Dentistry (AEGD) program at the Western NY VA hospital, which focused heavily on prosthodontics, dental implants, and full mouth rehabilitation. Dr. David Crumpton opened his own dental office from scratch in 1995. Both have comprehensive educational backgrounds and experience in the field. Our dentists are experts in providing advanced dental restorations, and the office is equipped with the most cutting-edge technology.

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