If you’re experiencing issues with chipped, cracked, or otherwise damaged teeth, opting for a crown or bridge might be the key to regaining a vibrant and healthy smile.

What is a Dental Crown?

A dental crown acts as a protective ‘cap’ for teeth that are chipped, cracked, or weakened. These caps are custom-shaped and permanently adhered to your damaged tooth, reinforcing its strength and rejuvenating your smile’s aesthetics. Crowns are an excellent choice for enhancing both the functionality and appearance of your smile, especially in cases involving:

  • Worn-out fillings
  • Significant cracks
  • Large cavities
  • Teeth that have had extensive root canal treatments

What Does Getting a Crown Involve?

Initially, your dentist will perform an x-ray examination to thoroughly assess your teeth and determine the best course of action. If a crown is deemed suitable, your tooth will be reshaped and prepared for the crown. An impression of your tooth will be taken to model the crown accurately. Once crafted in our in-house dental lab, the crown will be precisely fitted and bonded permanently. With proper care, these crowns can last up to ten years.

What is a Dental Bridge?

A dental bridge is an effective solution for replacing one or several missing teeth. It can bridge the gap left by up to four absent teeth, anchoring onto existing teeth on either side, seamlessly integrating and functioning like natural teeth.

What Does Getting a Bridge Involve?

The procedure for a dental bridge typically involves reshaping the anchor teeth to accommodate the crowns that will support the bridge. Our skilled dentists will take impressions of your teeth, using them to craft your custom bridge in our onsite laboratory. Once ready, the bridge is fitted over the anchor teeth to fill the gap, ensuring comfort before permanently securing it in place.
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