Crown & Bridge Treatment Makes Smile Gaps Disappear
With incredible efficiency and beautiful esthetics, all of your 32 natural teeth are designed to help you chew and smile with incredible efficiency and confidence. At Park Ridge Dental Associates, we’re thrilled that crowns and bridges were invented so that we can fully restore damaged and missing teeth to their maximum beauty and performance.
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- increase your confidence
- a long-lasting solution you’ll love
- prevent nearby teeth from shifting
- eat all the foods you want – comfortably
- speak with ease.
One U.S. study shows that the market for crowns and bridges is expected to shoot up to $6.6 billion by 2027.
At Park Ridge Dental Associates, we offer many patients crown and bridge treatment. Millions of people across the country have experienced this smile-enhancing restorative treatment. And, it just might be what you’re looking for to fill that annoying gap.
How Crowns & Bridges Work
If ignored, tooth loss can cause a host of problems. The most unwanted of which include premature aging, jawbone loss, and difficulty processing foods and speaking. Whether you’ve lost teeth because of decay, injury, or some other reason, this restorative treatment can come in handy.
First, a crown is a cap that covers a compromised tooth. It protects it for the long-term, and because it’s color-matched to the rest of your smile, it blends in perfectly. A bridge is an appliance that spans a gap in your smile and is attached to natural teeth on either side. A false tooth goes in the open spot. We can combine these two methods to restore and improve your smile – and even replace missing teeth.
Why You Should Consider Crowns & Bridges
Many patients have trusted us for this procedure. We use modern materials, explain everything in advance, answer all questions, and provide tips on caring for your smile once complete.
Give us a call to book an appointment and determine if crowns and bridges are the right fit for you. And if they’re not, we’ll tell you that and then recommend a more suitable option.