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Crowns and Bridges

Crowns and bridges are a traditional and common part of restorative dental care. This treatment gives flexibility for repairing and replacing damaged teeth. From simple fillings to dental implants, we offer a range of options for rehabilitating damaged smiles. This list of treatments allows him to choose the most conservative option for each case, while having the ability to best meet the patient’s needs.

Ceramic Crowns & Gold Crowns
It can cover and support a tooth with a large filling when there aren’t enough teeth left. It can be used to attach a bridge, protect a weak tooth from breaking, or restore one that's already broken. A crown is a good way to cover teeth that are discolored or badly shaped. Our providers recommend a crown; it's probably to correct one of these conditions. Our concern, like yours, is helping you keep your teeth healthy and your smile bright - literally, your crowning glory. For your convenience and to make sure you get the best result possible, our master ceramic artist will fabricate a customized crown right here in our own on-site dental laboratory.

Crowns and Bridges

Gold crowns are not a very popular choice among patients as it does not have much aesthetic appeal. They are suitable for patients who are in the habit of biting strong food substances along with clenching and grinding.

Gold crowns are made of cast gold, a technique that has been in existence for over a hundred years and is the most successful. As aesthetics has become more of a factor, the use of gold is declining. Most dentists themselves prefer gold restorations for their own teeth knowing that they will serve well for several decades, in some case more than 50 years. Cast gold crowns have no match with regard to long-term service and minimal wear to opposing teeth, their greatest advantage. They may ultimately fail because of predictable wear of the metal through to underlying tooth structure and because of recurrent caries (decay).

CAD - CAM Crowns & Bridges
It takes the world of dentistry to a new level. Fabricating conventional lab products involves technique sensitive procedures and material inconsistencies. Often the integrity of a restoration is subject to human error in such areas as waxing, investing, casting and soldering.

CAD & CAM

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