Crown and Bridge

Dental crown $1000

Crown can be said as a cap which is shaped like a tooth to be placed over a damaged or small tooth to improve its size, shape and strength. Whereas a dental bridge is used for restoration of one or more missing teeth. Both of them are cemented to your existing teeth or implants beside the empty gaps caused by missing teeth. Unlike dentures, it cannot be taken out, it can only be removed by a dentist.

Ardmore Dental Crown Preparation

A crown, so called a tooth cap will be made to fit your tooth so it will look natural with the other teeth.

Dental Crown Preparation and Fitting

Get a crown for your damaged or broken tooth which is made of a metal base and porcelain coating.

Ardmore Dental Porcelain Bridge

Porcelain bridge can be made to be exactly matched with the spaces and will be fitted across the gap between teeth.

Ardmore Dental Missing Teeth With Bridge Replacement

Ardmore Dental helps to made a dental bridge to replace your missing teeth to improve the appearance of your teeth.

Ardmore Dental Missing Tooth Replacement Option Posterior

Besides, false tooth and implants, bridge can also be made and used to be fitted to the adjacent teeth.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

There are two types of crowns available on market, which are full porcelain fused to metal and full cast gold crown. Most of the people would prefer full porcelain because of its color.

Usually a crown or a bridge will last about 5 to 7 years. Some of them may even last longer than 10 years if the user has good oral hygiene and visits a dentist frequently for follow-up care, cleaning and checking.

Dental implant is not dependent on other natural teeth. However, a dental bridge will need healthy adjacent teeth to support the artificial component. Besides, dental implants may last longer.

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