Transform Your Smile with Dental Implant Bridges and Crown Restoration
Restoring Smiles with Precision: Dive into Bridges and Crowns Solutions.
Commitment To Excellence
Scott Kupetz, D.M.D provides cosmetic and restorative dentistry of unrivaled quality.
Providing truly world-class results requires the use of cutting-edge technology. We only use the most advanced and effective technologies.
Revitalize Your Smile: Introducing Bridges and Crowns
Missing or severely damaged teeth can significantly hamper daily life, from hindering the ability to chew to affecting one’s confidence in their appearance. Caused by factors like disease or injury, such issues necessitate effective solutions. Bridges and crowns offer that remedy, meticulously cemented onto existing teeth or implants, with occasional touch-ups ensuring their longevity.
Bridging the Gap: Comprehensive Solutions for Missing Teeth
When teeth are absent, the void can affect bite alignment due to adjacent teeth shifting. Bridges, anchored by crowns on “abutment” teeth, fill this void. With materials ranging from porcelain for a natural look to metals for durability, the choice is based on the gap’s location. Bridges come in three varieties:
Fixed Partial Dentures: Fused to metal frames and anchored to abutments, they support the chewing pressure, especially when multiple teeth are replaced.
Cantilever Bridges: Anchored at one end, they spare healthy teeth from becoming abutments. Ideal for front teeth, they do carry a higher failure risk due to limited support.
Resin-Bonded Bridges: Eschewing crowns, these utilize a metal strip bonded to teeth with a resin adhesive, demanding regular checks to ensure the bond remains intact.
Choosing between these solutions can be a meticulous decision. With our guidance, you’ll be equipped to select the solution best suited for your needs, ensuring a restored smile and optimal oral health.
The Crown Solution: Restoring Tooth Function and Appearance
Understand how dental crowns act as a protective “cap”, addressing a range of dental concerns to reinstate the tooth’s form and function.
Purpose of Crowns
From fixing cracked teeth and holding together fragile teeth, to covering dental implants and unsightly discolorations, crowns serve multifaceted purposes.
Tailored to Perfection
Each crown is crafted to replicate your natural tooth’s shape, ensuring an indistinguishable and seamless fit.
Post impression-making, the enamel stripping and dentin shaping pave the way for the crown’s fitting, spread over multiple visits for precision.
While awaiting the final crown, a provisional one safeguards the tooth, ensuring function and comfort.