Dental Crowns & Bridges

26It is our goal at Allen Always Smiles to restore your smile, and keep your teeth and gums healthy. With dental bridges and crowns, we can replace missing or damaged teeth. Your particular restorative dental situation will determine whether a dental bridge or a dental crown is right for you.

Why You Might Need a Dental Bridge

One of the main purposes for a dental bridge is to fill spaces made by missing teeth. So, if you are missing one or more teeth, then a dental bridge might be a good restorative option for you. A dental bridge might also be recommended following a tooth extraction procedure to fill in the space left by one of more extracted teeth.

Benefits of a Dental Bridge

Besides filling in empty spaces, a dental bridge can also provide support to the upper and lower jaw, which can be important for maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Another benefit of a dental bridge is that it will improve your ability to chew food for better digestion, as well as increase the variety of food types that you can eat.

Why You Might Need A Dental Crown

There are many reasons why we might recommend a dental crown, and here are just a few:

Dr. Susanna Martirosov may recommend a crown to:

  • Replace a Dental Filling
  • Protect a Weak Tooth
  • Cover a Tooth After a Root Canal
  • Conceal Discolored Teeth
  • Protect a Fractured Tooth

Benefits of Dental Crowns

At Allen Always Smiles, we use porcelain dental crowns because we believe they are the most natural looking dental crowns. Besides looking natural, porcelain dental crowns are quite durable, for a smile that will last for a long time to come.

We want your teeth to be healthy and strong so that they will last a lifetime. Call our office to set up and appointment, and we will help your teeth to endure the test of time!