Dental crowns and bridges are two common procedures that restore health and beauty to the smile. In fact, over 15 million Americans have a crown or bridge replacement for missing or damaged teeth. Crowns rebuild teeth after damage or decay, returning them to their original form and function. Bridges replace missing teeth to reestablish biting function and esthetics. A consultation with Dr. Papp determines if one of these procedures is right for you. Our crowns and bridges are both restorative and cosmetic, and rise seamlessly from the gum line for a look as natural as your real teeth!
Crowns are individual units that provide complete coverage and protection for single teeth. Bridges are two or more crowns fused together to span the space of missing teeth. Dr. Papp offers the exciting option of 3Shape TRIOS® intraoral scanners when creating crown and bridge restorations. With these handheld scanners, we can take digital impressions of your teeth to gather more accurate information. This is a minimally invasive approach that does not involve gag-inducing impressions but rather sends the information straight to a computer. This technology allows your crowns and bridges to be created with more precision and seamlessly blend right into your smile.
Replace one or more missing teeth
Keep surrounding teeth in place
Look, feel and act like natural teeth
Elevate self-confidence after tooth loss
Restore bite and repair decayed/broken teeth
Replace large, damaged fillings
Strengthen root canal treated teeth
Restore dental implants
Look, feel and function like real teeth
When you visit us for a routine crown or bridge appointment, our focus is entirely on you. We are a patient-driven practice and provide only the quality dental care you and your family deserve. Dr. Papp and our team offer a fun, comfortable environment, one where you actually enjoy getting the care you need for a beautiful, healthy smile! We ensure your total comfort throughout your visit. And with our use of intraoral cameras, treatment is easier than ever before.