Restore Your Smile With Crown & Bridge Treatment

A dental crown and bridge is a proven and trusted dental restoration used to replace one, two, or three missing teeth in a row. At Harris Legacy Dentistry in Warrenton, we’ve helped countless patients rejuvenate and strengthen their smiles with this service, and we’d love to help do the same for you!

What is a dental crown & a dental bridge, & how are they made?

While a dental crown is designed to cover and protect a significantly damaged tooth, a dental bridge fills the space left by a missing tooth and is anchored in place with dental crowns that are secured to adjacent teeth.

These restorations can be made from gold, porcelain, or metal alloys. While each offers advantages, depending on your needs and preferences, our team will assess your oral health condition and provide a recommendation on the material we believe will best benefit your smile.

How are crowns & bridges placed?

While crowns are placed over individual teeth (and are used to top a dental implant), bridges replace one or more consecutive missing teeth. Once we’ve thoroughly examined your smile and you’ve decided to move ahead with this service, we’ll reshape your tooth or teeth, remove any decay, and take impressions to create a tailored and durable restoration that will look and feel great. We’ll place a temporary covering on the affected area(s), and once your permanent restoration is complete, we’ll remove the temporary version, test the fit of your permanent restoration, and bond it in place.

Who is a candidate for this service?

Many patients who have lost one or more of their teeth are likely to be good candidates, though our team will perform an in-depth examination of your smile before confirming that this service is right for you.

At Harris Legacy Dentistry in Warrenton, we’re here for your smile. Contact us today to learn more!

Contact Harris Legacy Dentistry About Crown & Bridge Treatment Today

  • Replace one, two, or three missing teeth in a row
  • Strengthen & protect a significantly damaged tooth
  • Protect your oral health
  • Prevent shifting in surrounding teeth
  • Speak & smile with confidence!

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