Do you have teeth that are discolored, cracked, eroded, or have large gaps between them? Sounds like your teeth need crowns or bridges, and Heroes Dentistry in Texas has the perfect solution for you. Crowns will encase your entire tooth, and give your smile a whole new look. Bridges are fillers for gaps or cracks within your smile. Whether you need a crown, a bridge, or some other dental treatment, Heroes Dental will find the right solution for you!
Restore and Preserve Your Smile With Dental Crowns and Bridges
Teeth that have been neglected or ignored for a long period of time are past the point of repair but don’t necessarily need to be pulled yet may need a crown.
Bridges are meant to help cover up cracked and eroded teeth while serving as the perfect preventative measure to help preserve your straight smile.
Protecting Your Smile With State-of-the-Art Technology
Our San Juan location also offers same-day dentistry for inlays, onlays, crowns, and bridges utilizing CEREC digital technology. There’s no need for messy impressions, temporary crowns, and two office visits. CEREC uses 3D photographs and CAD/CAM to design your inlay, onlay, crown, or bridge without taking an impression. A precise bio-compatible, metal-free restoration is then made in our office in a short amount of time.
See the Potential Difference a Straighter, Brighter Smile Can Make in Your Life
Improve Dental Health
Better Career Opportunities
Reduce Likelihood of Decay
Decrease Risk for Gum Disease
Improve Dental Hygiene
Crowns and Bridges FAQs
Is a Dental Bridge Right for Me?
Dental bridges are meant to help restore the smile of those who are missing one or more teeth, up to four teeth in a row. Bridges can be a more comfortable alternative to partial dentures. However, you will need to have healthy teeth on either side of the gap to support the bridge.
Is a Dental Crown Right for Me?
Dental crowns are recommended if you have major tooth damage, including breaks and cracks or severe decay. Crowns can generally be placed on teeth that have at least one-quarter of the visible portion of the tooth remaining.
How Can I Care for My Dental Bridge or Crown?
After you get a dental bridge or crown, your dental hygiene will be more important than ever. You need to be sure you are brushing twice per day, flossing daily, and going to your annual dental check-ups.
Are There Any Drawbacks to Crowns and Dental Bridges?
If installed correctly, dental crowns and bridges are not associated with any health issues, but both have the potential to damage nearby teeth by trapping bacteria. You can avoid this complication by practicing good dental hygiene.