Crown and Bridge

Porcelain-Fused-to-Metal Crown

A porcelain-fused-to-metal crown has several advantages

  • The inner metal core helps it withstand heavy biting forces, especially on back teeth.
  • The outer porcelain layer is natural-looking.
  • It’s durable and long-lasting.

Porcelain Crown

An all-porcelain crown has several advantages. It’s strong and durable; it has the life-like appearance of natural teeth, and because there’s no metal, it’s a good choice for front teeth. The crown is precision-crafted in a lab, so it may take two or more appointments to restore your tooth with a porcelain crown.

Gold Crown

Made completely of this strong metal, it’s a good choice for back teeth. A gold crown has several advantages. The gold is soft enough to be gentle on the opposing teeth when you chew. But it’s also very strong, so it withstands heavy biting forces, and gold is durable and long-lasting.

3 Unit Bridge

When a tooth is missing, a three-unit bridge can be a good choice for replacing it. In a three-unit bridge, an artificial tooth is connected on each end to crowns. The crowns are placed over the neighboring teeth to hold the bridge in place. A three-unit bridge can be made of gold, porcelain, or porcelain fused-to-metal.

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