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Crowns

Dental crowns, also known as “caps,” preserve the functionality of damaged teeth. Crowns may be used to protect a cracked tooth, restore functionality of a tooth with excessive decay, or replace a pre-existing crown. The purpose of a dental crown is to encase a needy tooth with a custom-designed material

 

TYPES OF DENTAL CROWNS

The three predominant choices of restorative materials for the full coverage crowns are:

  • Porcelain-fused-to-metal
  • All-ceramic (all-porcelain)
  • Gold


The material selected is determined by the clinical demands at hand; esthetic demands, strength requirements, material durability, and restorative space available.

 

Dental Bridge

One or more missing teeth can adversely affect the appearance and functionality of your smile. Missing teeth can cause a change in occlusion (bite), shifting of the teeth, temporomandibular joint disorder, speech impediments, an increased risk for periodontal disease and a greater chance of tooth decay.

 

Dental bridges, dental implants, and partial dentures are used to replace missing teeth that would otherwise adversely affect your mouth. The negative effects of one or more missing teeth can include the shifting of other teeth to accommodate for the open space, a change in the bite that may affect your ability to eat, a speech impediment, and an increased risk for periodontal disease and tooth decay.

 

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“Sometimes it's the smallest decisions that can change your life forever.”

 Keri Russell quotes

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