Everyone enjoys looking their best. You might be concerned about how you look because of a lost or broken tooth, and you might be considering your options for dental reconstruction or replacement. At Texas Sedation Dental & Implant Center, we want you to smile widely, laugh loudly, and be proud of your appearance. We provide crowns and bridges among our many options for addressing your issues.
Restorations are carried out by Texas Sedation Dental & Implant Center with an expert hand and keen attention to detail. The shape, size, and strength of teeth can be restored by covering them with crowns. Bridges are typically used to repair one or more lost teeth by securing the replacement teeth to the neighboring healthy teeth. Call us right away to set up a consultation if you’re not satisfied with your smile. We are delighted to assist you in identifying the ideal solution for your problems.
Dental crowns are used as a cap over teeth to strengthen them, improve their appearance and enhance chewing ability. You may need a crown to:
The best way to fix a broken tooth is with a dental crown. Dr. Kendall starts the procedure by skillfully shaping the natural tooth. A custom, natural-looking crown is then created in a lab using a mold of the prepared tooth, covering the exposed tooth structure above the gum line. Dental crowns are an efficient method of protecting a tooth from further harm and effectively restoring a broken tooth.
The appearance and functionality of teeth that have been broken or damaged can be restored with dental crowns. Your crown will be made out of a variety of materials depending on the particular problem we’re trying to solve. In addition to using porcelain to match the rest of your teeth, we can also make crowns out of metal. If additional strength is required, porcelain-fused-with-metal may also be a choice. The best material for your circumstance will be suggested by Dr. Kendall. Dental crowns can help to fix your bite’s functionality and make your smile more aesthetically pleasing.
One of the first things people notice about you is your smile, so it’s critical to maintain healthy teeth. Making sure your dental crown is in good shape is especially important if you have one because replacing one can be challenging and expensive.
Fortunately, dental crowns are not just for royalty! We can work with you to fit a crown into almost any budget with financing through Care Credit and our in-house options. We also provide a variety of crown options, ranging from durable metal to natural-looking porcelain, because we recognize how important your smile is to you. So whether you’re looking for the ideal dental crown for function or fashion, we can help. To find out more, contact us today!
Missing teeth can cause insecurity and embarrassment for a lot of people. Fortunately, there are several options available to replace missing teeth, with a dental bridge being one of them. A false tooth called a dental bridge is fixed in place by the teeth on either side of the gap. The pontic, a false tooth that fills the space left by the two supporting teeth, is fitted with crowns.
Since this type of bridge is typically made of porcelain or ceramic, it appears seamless and natural. A dental bridge might be the best option if you are missing one or more teeth. In order to choose the best type of bridge for your particular needs, Dr. Kendall will consult with you. In order to combine the lower cost of a dental bridge with the security and other advantages of dental implants, we can also place crowns over them.
For a number of reasons, dental bridges are crucial to dental health. Most significantly, they stop your mouth’s teeth on either side of the gap from shifting. Numerous dental issues, such as a misaligned bite and an elevated risk of cavities, may result from this.
A bridge also aids in distributing your jaw’s pressure evenly, which can eventually result in more severe dental issues. Finally, a bridge will make your smile look better and can keep the shape of your face. For each of these reasons, it’s crucial to discuss whether or not a dental bridge is appropriate for you with your dentist.
A pontic, also referred to as a false tooth, is attached to dental crowns to form a dental bridge. Metal, alloys, porcelain, and mixtures of these materials are just a few examples of the materials that can be used to construct bridges. Your needs and budget will determine the kind of material used for your dental bridge.
For instance, you might want to think about a porcelain dental bridge if you want a bridge that won’t tarnish over time. Consider a metal alloy bridge if you are worried about the durability of your dental bridge. You can get assistance from your dentist in selecting the ideal dental bridge for your requirements.
You don’t need to wait any longer to get the dental care you need. Residents of Tyler and Longview, Texas, can visit our office easily. The full range of services offered by Texas Sedation Dental & Implant Center include emergency dental care, crowns, bridges, and tooth restoration.
We understand that financing can be a concern for some patients, so we offer several payment options to make dental care more affordable. Call us today at our Longview (903)704-0154 or Tyler Office (903)231-6490 to schedule your personal consultation. Dr. Kendall will be happy to answer all of your questions.