Dental Crowns & Bridges by Comfortable Care Dentistry
Comfortable Care Dentistry of Milford, CT offers restorative procedures that help teeth look and function properly. When teeth are too weak to be restored with a filling we often recommend placing a crown to give the tooth a new life. Also if a single tooth is lost and a denture is not required then a dental bridge may be an option as they can be made to span the gap between existing teeth with a tooth attached to close the space. Crowns and bridges are popular restorative dentistry procedures that help patients maintain healthy smiles and functional mouths. Dr. Kostrzewski is experienced at placing crowns and bridges and can have you on your way to a smile that you can be proud of.
Dental crowns are used to restore the functionality of damaged teeth. They can be used to protect a cracked tooth, restore a tooth that has excessive decay, and to provide strength and protection against breakage. In addition to helping to protect teeth, dental crowns preserve the esthetics of your smile. Comfortable Care Dentistry will design your dental crown to fit snugly and function as a healthy tooth, and you will be able to have the utility you once had in your natural teeth.
Your custom-made dental bridge will allow us to replace lost teeth without the use of a denture or dental implant. A bridge is basically a manufactured tooth that is held in placed by the tooth or teeth next door. They can be used to replace one or more missing teeth, and can last for many years.
Dental Crown & Dental Bridge Consultation
To determine if you are a candidate for dental crowns or a dental bridge, Dr. Kostrzewski will perform a thorough evaluation on your teeth to see if you are eligible or require an alternative treatment. We will take impressions of your teeth as they will be used as a basis for your restoration. From there we will design, fit, and place your crown or bridge in just a couple of short appointments. Once your crown or bridge is placed, you care for it as you would your natural teeth. Daily brushing and flossing will protect your new restoration from harmful bacterial growth.
To learn more about dental crowns and bridges or to schedule an appointment with our office, please contact us today. Contact Comfortable Care Dentistry Today 203-951-3153