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Crown and Bridge

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Service Description

Dental Crowns - A crown is used when a damaged tooth is found to have less viable structure remaining than is needed to support a filling. Crowns are also used to protect a weak tooth from fracture or to repair a fracture. They are also used for cosmetic dentistry purposes. For example, they can cover misshapen or discolored teeth. Crowns are also used to cover dental implants and when necessary, to create solid anchors for a bridge. Dental Bridges - When you lose one or more teeth, your remaining teeth may shift, impacting your ability to chew efficiently. Your speech can also be affected. A dental bridge replaces missing teeth with artificial ones, effectively filling and eliminating the gap where the lost teeth had been. The bridge is bonded onto surrounding teeth for support. A bridge's success is dependent on keeping the surrounding teeth healthy and strong. A small dental problem can quickly blossom into something that can be detrimental to both your oral health and bodily health. A healthy body starts with a healthy smile. Allowing a problem to progress from a cavity to the loss of a tooth can definitely create an extensive issue that is much harder and more expensive to treat, and one that might have long-term effects. Healthy and strong teeth support and maintain your jaw alignment. Leaving a gap unfilled will weaken your oral structures. It is recommended that you come in for your regular check-ups and cleanings to prevent and address any signs of decay before it can cause the necessity for restorative procedures such as a crown or a bridge.

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