Juno Beach Smiles Provides Crown and Bridgework
For affordable and durable tooth replacement, nothing beats crown and bridgework. If you’re missing a single tooth or several teeth in a row but still have healthy remaining teeth, we can anchor a dental bridge to these teeth by using crowns.
Just like dental implants, crown and bridgework is a non-removable form of tooth replacement. With crown and bridgework, the procedure and healing time is much shorter than with dental implants, which is one reason you might choose this form of tooth replacement. Crown and bridgework produces natural-looking results, and your dental work will be easy to care for. People have been relying on crown and bridgework to replace teeth for long time – this form of tooth replacement is proven and reliable.
Rather than gaining its support from a patient’s remaining natural teeth, an implant-supported bridge is anchored in the jaw via small titanium cylinders that our team surgically places beneath the gum line. The implants bond with the bone around them and serve as replacements for the roots of missing teeth. This type of restoration can replace several teeth in a row and tends to be the sturdiest, longest-lasting solution for filling in a significant gap in a patient’s smile.
Would you like to learn more about crown and bridgework or discuss which form of tooth replacement is right for you with Drs. Riley and Keuning? Contact Juno Beach Smiles for an appointment. Patients come to us from several nearby Florida communities, including North Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Tequesta, and Jupiter as well.
Talking about dental crowns is one thing, but actually seeing what they can do for someone’s smile shows just how life-changing this treatment can really be. Ann, who had been visiting Juno Beach Smiles for 10 years, decided to give herself a retirement present and makeover her smile, and she ended up getting dental crowns on most of her teeth. Now, she literally can’t stop herself from smiling around family and in pictures. You can listen to her talk about what a difference they made and how easy they were to get by following the link below.
Watch Ann’s Story