Crowns and bridges give new life to your smile. But what conditions do these restorations treat? How can they help you? Finding the answers you need is an important part of determining if these procedures are your best treatment option. You can learn more about dental crowns and bridges, answer these questions, and more with Dr. Vincent Grosso II at Grosso Dental in Kissimmee and Hunters Creek, FL.
What are crowns and bridges made from?
A dental laboratory creates crowns and bridges from porcelain. Each crown or bridge is specially made by a laboratory technician based on an impression of the mouth, taken after preparing the tooth or teeth to receive the restoration. The process takes about two weeks total.
Will crowns and bridges blend into my smile?
Porcelain mimics the natural teeth’s light-reflecting qualities and color. Additionally, the dental laboratory can create the crowns or bridges with the color of your natural teeth in mind, ensuring they blend in naturally regardless of the shade of your teeth.
Can crowns and bridges help me?
Dental crowns and bridges are similar in their design but accomplish different things. A dental crown prevents further damage to a weakened tooth. Crowns are often used after a root canal to stabilize the large filling, but can also help improve the appearance of a tooth, restore the surface of a worn tooth, hold a dental bridge in place, or replace a tooth alongside a dental implant. A bridge replaces a missing tooth surrounded by two natural teeth.
Crowns and Bridges in Kissimmee and Hunters Creek, FL
Crowns and bridges are an important part of repairing and restoring your damaged teeth. The process requires the help of a dental laboratory, where your restoration is customized to the exact specifications to fit and blend into your smile. Your dentist will work with you to ensure you get the results you want.
For more information on crowns and bridges, please contact Dr. Grosso at Grosso Dental in Kissimmee and Hunters Creek, FL. Call (407) 350-5969 to schedule your appointment with Dr. Grosso today!