Do you have damaged or missing teeth? Looking for a permanent solution that will match the rest of your smile and last for years?
Crowns and bridges, both prosthetic devices, could be the perfect solution you’re looking for. In this blog, we’ll tell you a bit about both – and how they can work in tandem to give you smile-enhancing results.
Crowns are used to cover a damaged tooth or go on an implant. At Cox Family Dentistry & Orthodontics, we carefully match them to the rest of your smile for a natural, healthy look. They can help you …
- Take years off your appearance. You can replace an outdated crown with a new one to turn back the hands of time.
- Protect and strengthen teeth. Crowns are a proven option for teeth that have been severely damaged or weakened by trauma, root canal treatment, or too much filling.
- Gain confidence. Feel good knowing that your tooth is like brand new.
- Eat comfortably. With a crown, your crown is just as strong as your natural teeth.
If you’re missing one or more teeth, a bridge may be the best option for you. It spans the gap in your smile by being attached to your natural teeth or implants and is connected to an artificial tooth. At least two or more crowns are used in the process. Together, crowns and bridges make it possible to …
- Discover your full smile. No one will be able to tell you’ve undergone this restorative treatment.
- Maintain the shape of your face. This treatment stops bone loss, which is known to cause aging effects.
- Keep all of your remaining teeth in place. Teeth can shift if gaps aren’t filled. Crown and bridge work will prevent this from happening.
- Achieve long-lasing results. By practicing good oral hygiene habits, your crown and bridge treatment can last a lifetime.
- Dig in – eat all the foods you enjoy! You won’t have trouble devouring your favorite meals after you undergo this treatment.
Interested in restoring your smile to its former glory? We can not only improve your aesthetics but also boost your overall oral health. Cox Family Dental wants what’s best for you. Call now!
– Dr. Gregory Cox & Dr. Sherri Wilkerson-Cox