When our dentists repair damaged teeth or replace missing ones, it improves many aspects of your life, including essential functions like speaking and eating. At Oasis Dental, we pride ourselves on being able to restore even extremely damaged smiles. Two restorations we often use to do so are dental crowns and bridges in Ridgefield.
A dental crown can:
- Repair cavities that are too large for fillings
- Mend cracks and breaks so your tooth looks and feels good again
- Replace a single tooth when attached to a dental implant or as part of a dental bridge
- Support a conventional dental bridge to replace multiple teeth
- Seal your tooth and protect it as the final step of a root canal
- Hide cosmetic imperfections like a stained or misshapen tooth
Ready to regain normal oral function? Call us today at 360-869-0795 to see if you’d benefit from a crown or bridge. For scheduling convenience, visit us early in the morning or late in the evening.
Select the Right Restorative Solution For Your Problem
With our dentists’ restorative expertise and advanced technology like digital X-rays, we are able to offer a dental crown or bridge for nearly any dental issue. You can choose from:
- Dental Crown For Tooth Repair – A crown mends many kinds of damage, including broken teeth, cracked teeth, and large cavities.
- Dental Crown For Tooth Replacement – Placing a crown on a dental implant is a great way to replace one tooth, as it eliminates the need to remove dental structure from nearby teeth to support a bridge. Plus, the implant keeps the bone around your tooth strong.
- Conventional Fixed Bridge – When a bridge is used to fill a gap left by one or more missing teeth in a row, it is often attached to dental crowns placed on the teeth surrounding the gap.
- Cantilever Bridge – This bridge is similar to a conventional bridge, except it is secured to a tooth on only one side instead of two.
- Implant-Supported Bridge – This type of bridge is supported by dental implants instead of your other teeth. Implants keep you from suffering the bone loss that normally occurs when you lose teeth.
- Inlays and Onlays – These ceramic restorations provide a midrange repair between a filling and a crown.