Dental crowns are fixed “caps” that cover over your teeth to restore strength and beauty. We generally recommend crowns when a tooth is too damaged or decayed to be treated with bonding or composite fillings. Similarly, we can use a dental crown to preserve a tooth after root canal therapy or to restore a permanent dental implant. We’ll take impressions of your tooth, which are used by a specialized dental lab technician to design your new restoration. Then, we’ll be sure your new dental crown fits securely over your tooth and the color blends in with your surrounding teeth. The advantages of dental crowns include:
If you’ve lost a tooth, but aren’t ready to commit to a dental implant, then a dental bridge is your next best option. Dental bridges are a series of dental crowns that span the gap left after a tooth is lost or extracted. To ensure a comfortable and seamless fit, we first take impressions of the area. These will be used by experienced technicians at our partner dental lab who will hand-craft your restoration. Your dental bridge will be made from high-quality materials and color-matched to look natural alongside your existing teeth. The benefits of dental bridges include:
We know when choosing a restorative dentist, one of your first questions is “Do you take my insurance?” The next is, “How much will this cost?” We offer competitive pricing for dental crowns and bridges in Gibsonia, PA, and conveniently partner with multiple leading insurance providers. The unique cost of your dental crown or bridge will depend on a few factors including the number of teeth treated and the material you choose. We’ll break this down during a personalized consultation and can even discuss dental financing options for comfortable monthly payments. Don’t compromise your health for the sake of your budget. Receive custom crowns and bridges from our seasoned dental team in Gibsonia, PA and restore your oral health, attractive look, and dental function!
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