Restore Your Smile with Dental Crowns
Dental implants or artificial tooth replacements are used to replace a single tooth, several teeth or even all your teeth. Our skilled staff can use implants successfully regardless of your dental need.
What are dental crowns?
Porcelain dental crowns are a viable option for patients who have damage on their upper teeth, which cannot be repaired with regular fillings, dental bonding, or other restorative treatments. The restorations of today do not look as bulky or dense as they did in the past. Cosmetic restorations provided today are produced from ceramic material that repairs teeth while preventing a gray line from appearing around the gums.
If you are looking to receive bridges, crowns can be an option to help them attach to your teeth. A cracked tooth is an unfortunate problem and can cause discoloration as well dislocation. Patients can experience aesthetic benefits that will result in an improvement for discolored or malformed teeth. The recovery of a natural smile shows the complete smile makeover benefits that dental caps present.
What additional dental work might I need?
Dental implants work well to support crowns and bridges or to stabilize dentures. You need a crown if you have broken or cracked teeth, extensive tooth decay, misaligned teeth, or permanently stained teeth. At Providence Prosthodontics, our Orange County crowns enhance your smile and look exactly like your natural teeth. Our dental team designs dental caps to specifically match the precise structure and function of your smile.
An implant essentially looks like and serves as a tooth root, and is placed into the jaw. The implant and bone bond together and serve as an anchor for a crown. When the situation arises that several teeth need to be replaced, implant-supported bridges are an excellent choice for our patients, preserving the jawline successfully.
While fixed bridges or removable partial dentures are also options, dental implants help to replace deteriorated tooth roots. Dental implants can be used to stabilize a loose denture or to replace it completely with a full mouth of non-removable teeth. Your natural bite will be better preserved, and comfort and stability assured when utilizing our implants to support crowns and bridges rather than by using conventional dentures.