Restore Damaged, Missing, or Cracked Teeth
Dental crowns and dental bridges are two of our most common restorative options, and for good reason. Both can successfully provide the necessary improvements in smile aesthetics and oral function patients with damaged or missing teeth are looking for. These cost-effective treatments can correct a variety of cosmetic and functional issues, helping you speak, bite, and chew better, ultimately improving the appearance of your smile and your self-confidence. Our multidisciplinary team is experienced in cosmetic dentistry, both in the artistic and functional side of treatment. We strive to create restorations that are aesthetically flawless and function perfectly with your existing teeth. With custom dental crowns and dental bridges, we can help return your smile back to normal and improve your oral health!
“We can design a tooth while the patient is sitting in a chair, within half an hour we can provide a wonderful long lasting restoration for them, and they can leave the same day with that restoration.”
Kevin Guze DMD
Dental Crowns Rebuild Tooth Function
Dental crowns are custom “caps” for teeth that cover a variety of imperfections to restore shape, strength, and color. These durable restorations are highly versatile, also used to restore dental implants and protect a tooth after root canal therapy. Patients who have a broken, worn, or cracked tooth can benefit from the functional improvement that dental crowns provide. Customized for longevity, dental crowns require that a small portion of the damaged tooth’s enamel be removed beforehand, then are bonded securely to this tooth.
Dental Bridges Replace Missing Teeth
Dental bridges are a series of dental crowns fused together to form a bridge that covers over the gap left by a missing tooth. Attached to the two adjacent teeth, dental bridges replace lost function and aesthetics, helping to retain an aligned bite. More stable and durable than partial dentures, this restorative option successfully keeps existing teeth from drifting and maintains your facial shape. Dental bridges are customized to your teeth, and necessitate that a portion of enamel be removed from the adjacent teeth that will keep them secured in place.