Damaged or missing teeth can reduce the impact your smile can make. Endicott Dental can restore your smile with crowns or bridges. If your teeth have large, failing fillings, cracks, or breaks, we can restore them to their natural form and function with a crown, which caps the outside of the tooth. A bridge can replace a missing tooth by using the adjacent teeth as anchors.
We have had great success in restoring smiles using crowns and caps. These tried-and-true methods can bring back your complete smile, as well as your confidence. See what Endicott Dental can do for you!
A newer type of crown, zirconia crowns combine the strength of metal with the look of a porcelain crown.
Ceramic crowns are lighter and thinner than other crowns, but they're still durable and strong.
These are mainly used for back teeth, and they require less removal of your natural tooth. They're still very durable and strong.
The false tooth or teeth are held in place by dental crowns that are cemented onto each of the adjacent natural teeth.
Similar to a traditional bridge, the cantilever bridge only needs one natural tooth next to the missing tooth gap.
Similar to a traditional bridge, the Maryland bridge uses a metal or porcelain frame that is bonded to the backs of the adjacent teeth.
Why do you need a crown or bridge? Proper treatment early can save damaged teeth, and a crown can protect damaged teeth from further decay. Bridges can fill in the gaps in your mouth to make chewing easier.
Why is it so important to restore your smile? Because having a great smile gives you confidence, and you deserve to feel great about your smile! We can restore your smile and help you find confidence again.
A crown (cap) covers the outside surface of your tooth to protect it from further damage. A bridge can replace a missing tooth by using two adjacent teeth as anchors.
Getting a crown should be no more painful than getting a filling. The use of anesthetic and sedation should reduce or eliminate pain during the process.
With proper care, a crown can last from 10-30 years.
If your tooth is chipped, broken, decayed, or otherwise damaged, it could be more vulnerable to further decay. A crown protects the tooth and allows its continued use.
Care for your crown or bridge as you would your other teeth: Brush and floss regularly, and don't bite on foods that could damage your teeth, such as ice or hard candy.
A dental bridge can replace a missing tooth and restore your smile. It can also make it easier to chew and can maintain the shape of your face.