Reinforce Your Teeth
If you are looking to repair missing or damaged teeth, your dentist may use a crown or bridge. These restorative fixtures offer the benefit of remaining in your mouth permanently. Unlike dentures, crowns and bridges are affixed to your natural teeth and must be removed by a dentist.
Is a Crown or Bridge Right for You?
Dental professionals use crowns and bridges to address a variety of problems. Castle Pines Dental Group uses them to:
- Cover or reinforce a damaged, discolored or poorly structured tooth.
- Hide a dental implant.
- Protect a weak tooth from fracture.
What is a Dental Bridge?
A bridge is a tool dentists use to close gaps caused by missing teeth. They are usually made of porcelain, gold, alloys, or a number of other materials. Oftentimes, dentists need to reduce the structure of the teeth on either side of the bridge in order to provide a good fit. If you have a gap in your bite, Castle Rock dental bridges may be for you.
What is a Dental Crown?
In order to protect a weak tooth, treat a large cavity or cover a dental implant, dentists often use dental crowns. A crown is a tooth-shaped cap that fits over your natural teeth. Castle Rock dental crowns are made from different materials, including porcelain and full metal. Your dentist will select the type of crown that is best for you.
Schedule an Appointment
Bridges and crowns are just two of the many services Castle Pines Dental Group provides under one roof. To schedule an appointment, call us at (720) 457-1111. You can also schedule an appointment online. With our Saturday and weekend appointment options, you are sure to find a time that fits your busy schedule.