Teeth that are heavily restored can be protected using crowns. A crown covers all or most of the natural tooth.
A crown can be used to restore shape, size and strength to a damaged tooth. It can also be used to improve the appearance and aesthetic quality of a tooth.
A crown/or bridge is a prosthetic device cemented onto an already existing tooth or implants. This prosthetic device covers the entire tooth. Its purpose is to protect the damaged tooth or to enhance its appearance. Crowns may be suggested when one or more teeth are missing. Empty spaces can cause teeth to shift over time.
Bridges are suggested when one or more teeth are missing to help to fill in empty spaces between teeth. Bridges and crowns will last a lifetime with the proper care.
Temporary crowns are made while your permanent crown is being constructed at the lab. To learn more about temporary crowns, please view the video below.
If you would like more information on crowns and bridges we would be glad to book you an appointment with Dr. Pilon to help you look happier, feel younger and smile with confidence.
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