Are you ready to find out whether dental crowns or bridges are the right treatment option for your oral health?restorative dentistry

Our Easton, MD, family dentists, Dr. Irving Phillips and Dr. Wade Dressler, want to ensure that you always have a healthy smile in which you can trust. No one wants to deal with dental problems, but of course sometimes they are inevitable. Fortunately, there are an array of dental restorations from which to choose including dental crowns and bridges.

What is a dental crown?

This may seem like a silly question since most people know what a dental crown is, but they may not know exactly what a crown can do. This versatile restoration can be placed over a weak, damaged, broken or discolored/aesthetically damaged tooth to reinforce and strength it while also improving its overall appearance.

What are dental bridges?

This is a simple and quick way to replace a missing tooth (or even a few missing teeth in a row). Our Easton dentist offers many options for replacing missing teeth, but if you are looking for a fast, painless and non-surgical option for restoring your smile, then these artificial teeth may be exactly what you are looking for. In order for a dental bridge to work, a dental crown is placed over the teeth that are located on either side of the gap. Once the crowns are in place, we can place the artificial teeth in the middle and cement them to the crowns.

What are the benefits of these two restorations?

If you choose to get either of these restorations than you’ll certainly enjoy,

An improved appearance: Broken, discolored teeth and gaps in your smile can certainly put a damper on your appearance, but getting these restorations can give you back the smile you used to have.

Restored confidence: Not having an attractive smile can easily affect someone’s self-esteem and confidence in their appearance. By having restorations that you can trust, you will feel great about your appearance once again.

Reliable, strong restorations: Our restorations are made from only the highest quality materials, to provide you with restorations that match the rest of your smile while also offering a long-term resilience.

Avoiding future dental procedures: If you give your smile the care it needs now this often means that you will protect it from needing potentially more extensive and expensive procedures down the road.

If you are ready to learn more about dental crowns and bridges and whether you are right for treatment, then call Dental Choice in Easton, MD, today to schedule your consultation. Let us know that you are interested in the restorative dentistry we offer.

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