Dr. Brian Coats offers dental crowns and bridges, which are an excellent ways to restore a tooth to its normal shape and size, make your tooth stronger, and improve your appearance and smile. Call us at 303-776-4090 to schedule an appointment regarding dental crowns and bridges.
A crown can make your tooth stronger and improve its appearance. Crowns can help preserve your teeth’s health and the smile you deserve.
Crowns can help restore your tooth in several ways:
Bridges – crowns are used to attach bridges.
Broken tooth – crowns protect weak teeth from breaking, or restore a tooth that is already broken.
Covering – crowns are an excellent way to cover discolored or misshaped teeth or a dental implant.
Large fillings – crowns strengthen the tooth to support the filling when there isn’t enough tooth left to support the filling on its own.
Learn more about Crowns at the American Dental Association
If you are missing one or multiple teeth, this creates changes in your chewing and speaking. Bridges are used to replace the missing teeth and restore your smile.
Bridges are sometimes referred to as a “fixed partial denture.” A bridge actually bridges the gap where one or more teeth existed previously, with artificial teeth. Materials used to make bridges include alloys, gold, porcelain, or a mixture of these and are attached to the surrounding teeth, supporting the restoration.
Implant bridges attach artificial teeth to the jaw or under the tissue of the gum, as a result, their effectiveness depends upon a strong and healthy foundation. Because of this, it is critical that a patient with missing teeth who has a bridge installed, keep their remaining teeth strong and healthy.
Learn more about Bridges at the American Dental Association.
BruxZir®️ Solid Zirconia is ideal for crowns, bridges, implants, inlays and onlays, screw-retained implant crowns, and full-arch implant prostheses. There are various benefits for the patient, depending on the BruxZir system used.
The area of dentistry specializing in the mouth restorations is Prosthodontics. Prosthodontists assist with the restoration of natural teeth and replace missing or removed teeth. Skilled in dental work such as crowns, bridges, and dentures. Patients who have had surgery for oral cancer are often referred to a Prosthodontist. The Prosthodontist will restore the portion of the mouth that was removed due to oral cancer. The main goals are comfort, natural appearance, and normal oral function for the patient. If you’re in need of an oral restoration.