Is your smile held back by broken, chipped, or missing teeth? At Oregon City Family Dentistry, we offer beautiful porcelain restorations to restore the appearance and maintain the functionality of your teeth, including crowns and bridges.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation and find out how crowns and bridges can help you regain confidence in your smile.
What are Crowns and Bridges?
Over time, tooth enamel can become weak and even begin to crack or chip. This not only hinders the natural appearance of your smile, but it also makes your teeth vulnerable to further damage and decay. In cases where teeth are already extracted or missing, leaving gaps and spaces can also compromise the health of remaining teeth. Our durable and long-lasting crowns and bridges can help restore the natural beauty and full functionality of your mouth.
When tooth enamel is weak or already damaged, a tooth-shaped cap called a crown can be placed over the existing tooth to protect it. Porcelain is one of the most durable materials used in dental restorations, and crowns can be customized to match your exact tooth shape and color. Crowns can also be used to secure porcelain dental bridges.
In instances where teeth are missing, replacing absent teeth can help maintain the functionality of your bite and restore the natural beauty of your smile. This dental prosthetic can be customized to match the exact shape and color of your existing teeth for seamless treatment, and it consists of dental crowns affixed to other biocompatible materials that are securely fastened around surrounding teeth.
Why Choose Porcelain Crowns and Bridges?
At Oregon City Family Dentistry, Our doctors use the latest in diagnostics and restorative treatments to provide the best, most immediate results for all of our patients. The extent of your treatment may depend on the level of correction needed, and during your consultation, all instructions regarding your treatment aftercare will be discussed with you. Our porcelain crowns and bridges are long-lasting and can be cared for using proper dental hygiene and regular professional cleanings. These restorative options can help you get back to talking, laughing, eating, and engaging in social situations without having to worry about your smile.