Crowns and Bridges


Crowns and Bridges

A crown, or a “cap,” fits over an existing tooth. It requires restoration due to deep decay, a fracture, or a crack. At least three units make up a bridge: two crowns (abutments) fused to a pontic, or fake tooth, that replaces a missing tooth.





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Signs a Crown Is Needed

  • A cracked tooth without symptoms
  • The patient experiences sensitivity to bite pressure and temperature, particularly the cold
  • Deep decay. Once the dentist removes the decay, there will not be enough tooth structure left to support a filling.
  • The patient has had or needs root canal treatment
  • The tooth has a large silver (amalgam) filling that is breaking down

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Signs Patients Need a Bridge
  • The patient is missing one or more teeth
  • The patient has a removable partial denture but wants a more permanent solution
Benefits of Dental Crowns
  • Reduces pain/sensitivity caused by a cracked tooth
  • Prevents a crack from progressing and damaging the nerve of the tooth
  • Improves the aesthetics of damaged teeth or those with larges silver fillings
  • Improves occlusion (the bite) to prevent or ease pain from TMJ disorder
Benefits of a Fixed Bridge

  • Promotes a balanced bite, reducing the risk of excess stress on adjacent teeth
  • Allows patients to eat with ease
  • Helps maintain the shape of the patient’s face
  • Prevents adjacent teeth from shifting

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