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South Windsor Dental Crown

Senior woman with whole healthy smileDo you live with damaged or missing teeth? Has your quality of life and confidence started to suffer from the complications? If so, you can restore the health, function, and appearance of your smile. We offer the solutions you need to rehabilitate damaged or missing teeth. At South Windsor Dental, a dental crown or bridge can improve your oral health and self-esteem, so you can enjoy eating, speaking, and smiling with ease.

Repair Damaged Teeth

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If you have a severely decayed or damaged tooth, you can repair it with a dental crown. A crown is a custom-made cap that is placed over a tooth to improve its health while also promoting its appearance and structure. In some cases, it is used as a preventive measure to prevent a weakened tooth from breaking, like one that has a large filling. They can even be used for cosmetic purposes to improve the color or shape of a tooth.

Although they have a bad reputation for looking fake in the past, new advancements allow them to look like a real tooth. Using impressions of your mouth and an all-ceramic material, it will be made to match your exact specifications, including your size, shape, and color needs.

It is not uncommon for dental crowns to be used in combination with other procedures as well, such as root canal therapy or along with a dental bridge.

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Replace Missing Teeth

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When one or more teeth are missing in a row, a dental bridge is often used to fill the empty space. The affordable and convenient solution uses custom-made prosthetic teeth to bridge the gap. It is then held in place by attaching dental crowns to the adjacent teeth. This is a simple and effective means to improve your ability to chew and speak.

With a dental bridge, you can smile with confidence as you fill the empty spaces in your smile. Not only will you improve your quality of life, but you will also promote your oral health by providing your remaining natural teeth with the support they need to stay in place.

Restore Your Smile Today!

Whether you have a damaged or missing tooth, we can restore your smile in as little as two appointments. With the right maintenance and aftercare, your results can last for an average of 10 years before needing to be replaced.

If you have teeth that need to be repaired or replaced, do not wait to rehabilitate your oral health. Contact South Windsor Dental today to schedule your consultation for a healthy, complete smile.  

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