Quality Dental Work At Affordable Prices
For The Whole Family.
Crown & Bridge
A crown (also called a "cap") helps keep what's left of a damaged tooth and maintains bone health and nerve function. Crowns are most often used to:
- Restore broken teeth
- Support a tooth that is weakened by a large filling, or several smaller ones
- Rebuild a tooth after a root canal
- Correct a bite
- Improve the appearance of a discolored tooth
- Cover a dental implant
- Provide support for bridgework
To create a crown, which is basically an artificial tooth, the dentist will take an impression of your bite, shape the tooth that needs a crown, and then take another impression in order to create a well-fitting crown. The crown is created by a dental lab and then cemented onto your tooth.
Materials For Dental Crowns
Crowns can be created with many different types of materials. But the three most common types are:
- All Ceramic - This is the most popular type of crown. They are the most esthetic types of crowns and can match very well with the natural color of your teeth. They are also very strong and durable. They do not include any metal..
- PFM (Porcelain Fused To Metal) - This type of crown is made out of metal, similar to a gold crown. But a porcelain material is fused onto the metal so that the metal does not show.
- Gold - All gold crowns have been used for the longest time. They are very strong and durable, and if properly taken care of, can last for a very long time. This type of crown is the strongest of all crowns, although advances in dentistry have been made to where the all ceramic crowns are nearly just as strong as the gold crowns.
Sometimes you need a tooth extracted, leaving a space or gap. Gaps from missing teeth can impact your bite, your appearance, and your speech. The remaining teeth can shift, causing further disruption, pain, and an increased likelihood of gum disease. A dental bridge solves these problems by filling the space with an artificial tooth that is anchored to your natural teeth
You'll typically need crowns on the teeth that will support the bridge. Getting a bridge involves the same process as getting a crown. The process involves making impressions, shaping the teeth, sending another impression to the dental lab to make the bridge, and then cementing the bridge onto your teeth.
A bridge is permanent replacement for a missing tooth, or missing teeth. It is adhered in place to existing teeth. Permanent or fixed bridges provide stability and durability and can feel and look like your own teeth.
Here at Times Square Family Dental we always strive to make every appointment as painless as possible. Getting a crown or bridge is not painful at all, but sometimes you can experience some slight discomfort or sensitivity following treatment. And we always use the highest quality materials when it comes to delivering a crown or bridge.
Our Location & Hours
5201 S Broadway, Ste. 240,
Tyler, TX 75703 - Located behind Brookshire's on Rice Rd.
|Monday||9:00am - 5:00pm|
|Tuesday||9:00am - 5:00pm|
|Wednesday||9:00am - 5:00pm|
|Thursday||9:00am - 5:00pm|
|Friday||9:00am - 5:00pm|
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- Dental Exam
- Root Canals & Therapy
- Teeth Extraction
- Custom Tooth Whitening Kits
- Dental Veneers
- Dental Crowns
- Dentures - Full & Partials
- Composite Restorations
- Athletic guards
- Occlusal Guard
- Cosmetic Dentistry
- Dental Bonding
- Dental Bridges
- Dental Hygiene
- Dental Implant Restoration
- Dental Fillings
- Local Anesthesia
- Periodontal Care