Reliable Crowns And Bridges
“Crowns and bridges”: The terms conjures images of kings and castles and other such regal figures. But when you experience significant dental wear and tear, you might begin to understand that “crowns and bridges” can also refer to something not quite as regal but certainly just as grand.
We’re talking about DENTAL crowns and bridges. Tooth damage and loss is just a fact of life that, unfortunately, not everyone can avoid. Should these problems affect you, you can count on dental crowns and bridges to help get your smile looking like brand new again. And with the experienced team at Haworth Dental, you can be sure that your dental crowns and bridges will look as natural and as beautiful as your own teeth ever did!
Don’t let tooth damage or loss dishearten you. It happens to the best of us, and that’s why dentists even exist. If, for whatever reason, you have suddenly found yourself with missing, chipped, or cracked teeth, then just call up the experts at Haworth Dental for top-notch dental crown or bridge work. And in no time at all, we’ll turn your damaged teeth into smile that’s fit for a king!
Life can rough up anything, and your teeth are no exception. All it takes is biting into the wrong thing or looking at the wrong guy the wrong way to find yourself with a cracked tooth. A cracked tooth may look bad, but it feels even worse. And it’s not something that can heal on its own. Should your tooth become cracked, you’ll need to get professional work done to reverse that damage.
And that work is a dental crown. A dental crown is a cap that covers your damaged tooth. It is cemented in place so that it fits as securely as your natural teeth, and it can also be made to match the color of your existing teeth so that it doesn’t stick out at all.
Life happens, and sometimes it can be a little rough. But don’t let the roughness that life inflicts upon your teeth bring you down. Just crown your damaged teeth, and you’ll be enjoying a regal smile for years to come!
Think of the imagery that “bridge” conjures: You have two sets of land separated by a gap. To connect those two sets of land, you install - what else? - a bridge.
That imagery is also accurate for dental bridges. A dental bridge fills in the space between teeth caused by MISSING teeth. Like crowns, they are cemented in by using your existing teeth or implants so that they remain as secure as healthy natural teeth.
Don’t burn any bridges if your teeth start to fall out. Just GET some instead: dental bridges, that is. They’ll give you a smile that looks brand new again in no time!
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