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How dental crowns and bridges restore smiles in Milton, ON

3D illustration of Dental Bridges

Crowns and bridges have been staples of general dentistry for generations. However, innovation has not bypassed these popular restorations. In fact, today’s dental crowns and bridges are more beautiful, durable, and versatile than ever.

Restoring teeth with dental crowns

The familiar dental crown, also called a cap, fits over a tooth like a thimble. It shrouds the tooth in high-strength porcelain, providing both functional and cosmetic restoration.

Dental crowns are most often recommended to:

  • Restore and protect a tooth following root canal treatment
  • Repair a tooth that has been broken or fractured
  • Support a dental bridge
  • Correct a misshapen tooth

Replacing teeth with dental bridges

Crown-and-bridgework is one of the most popular treatments for replacing a single tooth. Similar techniques can be used to replace several teeth, though less common. A fixed dental bridge is comprised of crowns, which are permanently attached to a false tooth. Once in place, the false tooth fits exactly where your natural tooth was. It quite literally bridges the gap in your smile, restoring aesthetics and chewing ability.

Dental bridges let you smile with confidence

Video Transcript
A bridge is a non-surgical way to replace one or many teeth. A bridge uses the adjacent teeth as anchors to support the missing tooth or teeth. With today's dental advancements, a bridge can be fabricated in a fairly short period of time, using a metal or non-metal foundation. Don't let that missing tooth affect the way you speak, eat, and smile. Bridges yield immediate results that last a lifetime. Ask your dentist what type of bridge may be right for you.

What to expect – the procedure for crowns or bridges

The first step is a consultation and oral evaluation, to determine if a crown or bridge is right for you. The actual procedure only involves a few steps, and a couple of appointments.

  • We begin by preparing the tooth or teeth for crowning. This involves removing decayed material and shaping the structure. Impressions are taken to ensure an ideal fit of the new restoration.
  • A temporary crown is attached to each tooth being treated. This protects the prepared tooth while your permanent restoration is being fabricated.
  • The new crown or bridge is created in a dental laboratory, using high-strength porcelain. The color is adjusted to match your natural tooth enamel for an indiscernible restoration.
  • During the next appointment, the temporary crown is removed. The permanent restoration is evaluated for fit and appearance, adjustments are made if needed.
  • In the final step, dental crowns are affixed to teeth. You are ready to show off your new smile!

Implant supported crowns and bridges

Modern implant technology has given rise to a new class of dental crowns and bridges, which are not attached to teeth at all. These specially designed restorations are lifelike ceramic replicas of natural teeth, which attach to tiny titanium posts implanted in the jawbone. A crown replaces a single tooth, while a bridge replaces multiple teeth.

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Whether you are seeking to restore or replace a tooth, Scott and Derry Dental Care has a number of beautiful options. Call us at

(855) 438-4999

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