Resolve your missing teeth with bridges and crowns

Crowns & Bridges

Crowns & Bridges in Kingwood

Suffering from a tooth loss issue? Or are you in a juncture where you need to choose from an array of restorative procedures to resolve your missing tooth problem? Both Dental Crowns and Bridges are procedures that pave your way in achieving this goal. However, you must be bothering about weighing the efficacy of these procedures. Let us see what Dental crowns and Bridges are in a nutshell.

Dental Crowns in a brief

A crown is made of porcelain which is fused to metal. It could also be made of ceramic, resin or even stainless steel! Porcelain takes the shape of a tooth and makes up the front part of the crown, which is the visible part of your crown. The metal support that is fitted from behind, could be made up of anything - gold, base metal or other alloys.  It takes at least two dentists appointments. Your dentist takes the impression of the teeth and fixes the mold of the teeth.

The tooth impressions are sent to dental laboratory to tailor the crown. In the next visit the permanent crown is fitted to his mouth and your dentist prescribes the details what needs to be done to take care of it.

Since porcelain is not as bite resistant as the metals, it may chip over time, thus exposing the metals. Hence the porcelain fusion is not recommended for molars (back teeth) which withstands maximum biting pressures!

To discuss your Kingwood, TX crown and bridge options, contact our dental group at . We will answer any questions you have and discuss financing options for your dental work.

Dental Bridges - an overview

Dental bridges as the name suggest, has the word “bridge” which generally serves the purpose of lessening a gap inside your mouth. A Bridge consists of two or more teeth, which are placed by using dental crowns (abutments). It is a kind of prosthetic apparatus which is used to spot the area of the missing teeth. Crowns are attached at each end of it. Artificial tooth fills the gap and connects with the crown.

Bridges primarily are of three types:

  • Traditional Bridge has a crown like structure which connects on each side of the artificial teeth.
  • Cantilever is a process when crown gets attached to the artificial teeth.
  • Maryland Bridge this includes crown which gets attached to the existing teeth.

Facts About Dental Bridges

  • Dental bridges are permanent solutions for missing teeth. Therefore they are often preferred over removable dentures.
  • It is fixed strongly to hold the crown. Unlike dentures which are removable, they do not run the risk of falling out.
  • Users take less time to adjust this in mouth.
  • Unlike removable dentures this is light in weight.
  • Not many appointments are needed; Two to three sessions are needed after the surgical insertion is made in the bone.

To cut it short bridges serve the purpose of making up for a length of gap created by missing teeth, whereas crowns are used to support the bridges mostly. Crowns are also used to cover a damaged tooth tooth - cracked, broken or chipped. It then functions like a normal tooth and also protects the damaged one beneath!

Now that you have a clear vision about crown and Bridges, feel free to contact us anytime at (281) 746-9400 in case you decide to get these makeovers to resolve your missing teeth issue.

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mansoor baree
mansoor baree
I Got 10 porcelain upper veneers cemented in last month and they are so stunning, white and natural. They aren't too big or too small. Dr Maria made sure she created the perfect size for my mouth. Dentist office is top notch. Pricing was affordable compared to other offices I consulted with. The office is the best. Staff is friendly, helpful and competent. I never feel rushed and they ensure all my questions are answered before I leave. My bill is always thoroughly explained. Dr. Maria is friendly and attentive, She loves what he does and that reflects on his work. I recommend this office.
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Apr 02, 2024
A Villa-Hall
A Villa-Hall
Dr. Santos was so great! As someone who is uneasy about visiting the dentist, I would highly recommend visiting Doctor Santos. She is extremely knowledgable, professional and truly cares for her patients. Her and her staff made my visit a comfortable and easy one! Thank you.
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Apr 23, 2024
lauren erickson
lauren erickson
I have struggled with dental anxiety my whole life, so going to a dental office for the first time in 8 years was nerve wrecking. But I must say, Dr. MJ was absolutely amazing! She talked me through everything, helped me better understand my oral health, informed me of brushing and flossing habits and overall made me feel comfortable! I was extremely impressed with her and staff. I will recommend this office to anyone and everyone!
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Mar 05, 2024
Annica Pape
Annica Pape
Usually going to the dentist is an anxiety provoking experience for me, but Dr.Santos made me feel so comfortable and reassured me that I was in great hands, and she delivered! She took great care of me and my teeth. I felt like I was in the room with my best friend, she really knows how connect with the patient. The only dentist I’ll be seeing from here on out!
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Mar 05, 2024
Eduardo De La Morena
Eduardo De La Morena
Dr. MJ and her staff are amazing! It had been six or seven years since we had gone to the dentist because of one reason or another, this first visit back accomplished a lot. Great experience.
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Feb 03, 2024

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