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Crowns & Bridges

At Smiline Dentistry, we have made it our mission to help patients by perfecting one of your most prized possessions: your smile.

At Smiline, we utilize the most advanced technology and treatment methods. And go the extra mile to ensure that you and your family get the highest level of treatment. We pride ourselves on providing premier dental work, from our comfortable location in Milton. We will work with you to create customized bridges and crowns treatment so you can get the radiant, healthy smile you desire.

Key Benefits of Bridges and Crowns

Here are a few things you need to know about Bridges and Crowns before we get started.

Both crowns and bridges are created to replicate the colour, height, texture, and general appearance of your teeth. They are designed to last for your lifetime, which will help you avoid replacing them unless they become damaged or loose. By practicing consistent and high-quality oral hygiene, you can extend the longevity of your crowns and bridges. It is essential to schedule regular dental visits, as well.

In the circumstances that teeth have lost some of their structure, a crown or cap can be offered as a solution. They have various advantages and are provided in different types, including full porcelain and full metal crowns.

At Smiline Dentistry, your trusted bridges and crowns dentist can discuss which one can be the most ideal for you.

Bridges

A bridge is a natural looking dental material commonly used to replace one or many missing teeth. Bridges are designed to restore proper structure and for cosmetic appeal.

Although bridges do not have the permanent features of a crown or cap, they can be bonded to adjacent teeth, and the dentist can be able to remove them. They are custom-made from several materials, which include porcelain and metals.

Because they are custom-made, bridges are not noticed quickly. They can easily restore the natural contour of your teeth as well as the proper bite relationship between upper and lower teeth.

Crowns

Crowns are synthetic caps, usually made of a material like porcelain, placed on the top of a tooth. Do remember that even with a healthy regimen of taking care of your teeth, they can still break down. Here is where Dental Crowns come to the rescue and provide structural support for damaged teeth.

Crowns are typically used to restore a tooth’s function and appearance following a restorative procedure such as a root canal. They also serve for aesthetic use and are applied when a discoloured or stained tooth needs to be restored to its natural appearance.

Smiline Dentistry is committed to exceeding your expectations in Milton.

When it comes to Brides and Crowns, we draw upon our vast experience across every facet of dentistry to design your treatment plan. It’s our commitment to excellence that sets Smiline Dentistry apart from many of our competitors in Milton.

Ready to get started on the path to a beautiful new you?

Get in touch with Smiline Dentistry today to book your first appointment for a complimentary initial exam.