Bridges, Implants and Crowns, Oh My!

There is no question that dentistry has come a long way in the last few decades alone. From professional teeth whitening treatments to restorative dentistrydental implants, it is now possible to drastically improve and completely transform your smile in just a few simple visits to the dentist's office, no matter what the circumstances or situation.

In many cases, traditional treatments like dental crowns and bridges, which have been around for as long as dentistry itself, are the perfect option for replacing part or all of a damaged or missing tooth. Dr. Adriana Torena, a cosmetic and family dentist in Bridgeport, CT, recommends crowns and bridges to restore or replace teeth that have been damaged by extensive decay or trauma.

Smile Restoration in Bridgeport, CT

A dental crown (also known as a cap because it is placed over the remaining portion of an existing tooth) can either cover a damaged tooth, or completely replace one that has fallen out or requires extraction. A dental bridge closes the gap created by a missing tooth with a replacement crown. In this case, the crown is anchored in place by abutments, which are crowns placed on the teeth on the right and left side of the missing tooth to complete the bridge. Modern dental crowns are primarily made of high quality porcelain, which closely match the color and texture of a natural tooth, making dental restorations with crowns and bridges virtually indistinguishable from the surrounding teeth.

Dental crowns can also help to save teeth from more invasive treatments, like extractions. When severe tooth decay and larger cavities require extensive drilling or a root canal, a crown can be used to preserve the cosmetic appearance and function of the remaining healthy portion of the tooth.

Contact a Dentist in Bridgeport, CT

For more information on the dental restoration procedure that is right for you, contact Allure Dental Group by calling (203) 368-9016 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Torena today.

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