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Dental Crowns & Bridges

Our Regina dentists can use dental crowns and bridges to help restore your smile and protect your oral health.

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Dental Crowns & Bridges, Regina Dentist

Strengthening Teeth & Filling Gaps

Teeth grinding, sugary and acidic foods or smoking can lead to an increased risk of tooth decay, cavities, fractures and breakage. Gaps caused by missing teeth can lead to difficulty chewing and speaking, and can cause surrounding teeth to shift out of place over time, resulting in misalignment issues.

Dental crowns can restore the shape, size, and strength of weakened teeth, protecting them from further damage. They are typically made from materials such as porcelain, ceramic, or metal, ensuring durability and longevity.

Dental bridges, on the other hand, can fill in gaps caused by missing teeth, prevent surrounding teeth from shifting, and maintain proper alignment in the jaw. They are custom-made at a dental lab to match the shade of your natural teeth, resulting in a seamless and natural appearance.

If you are in need of a dental crown or bridge, schedule an appointment with one of our dentists today.

Types of Dental Crowns

Metal Crowns: These crowns can be crafted using a variety of metals, such as gold, palladium, nickel and chromium. Metal crowns are known for their longevity and ability to withstand biting force, making them an ideal option for molars.

Ceramic Crowns: These crowns are made to match the colour and appearance of natural teeth. They can be a more aesthetically pleasing option compared to metal crowns, and so are more often used on front teeth.

Porcelain Crowns: Porcelain crowns are durable like metal crowns, natural-looking and, like ceramic crowns, can be colour-matched to blend with the rest of your teeth. Additionally, porcelain crowns are resistant to staining and can last for many years with proper care.

Types of Dental Bridges

Traditional Bridge: These bridges consist of dental crowns on both ends with pontics (artificial teeth) in between. A dentist bonds the crowns to your natural teeth on either side of the gap, and the pontics fill in the space between.

Cantilever Bridge: These bridges are similar to a traditional bridge and can be a good option if you have a tooth only on one side of your missing tooth to support a bridge. Your dentist would fit the pontic (artificial teeth) in the gap, then anchor it to the remaining or healthy tooth on one side.

Implant-Supported Bridge: These are similar to a traditional bridge, but rest atop a dental implant instead of natural teeth. As they rely on a dental implant for support, they are a good option for preventing bone loss in the jaw.

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