Dental Crowns & Bridges - Laguna Hills, CA
Cracked and Broken Teeth?
Get Back Their Strength and Beauty
Are damaged or lost teeth keeping you from smiling or taking part in social activities? Get ready to smile again without hesitation or worry! With dental crowns and dental bridges, you can reclaim the look and function of a complete, functional, and healthy smile. The Rancho Laguna Family Dentistry team has the expertise to personalize your crowns and bridges to provide a comfortable fit and blend perfectly with the color of neighboring teeth. The end result: a complete and harmonious smile. We’re the practice to come to for dental bridges and dental crowns in Laguna Hills, CA.
We’re extraordinarily knowledgeable and accomplished in cosmetic dentistry and have been putting our skills to work for Laguna Hills-area patients for many years. We understand the best way to repair broken, gapped, and otherwise flawed teeth with dental crowns and dental bridges, restoring a healthy, strong, attractive smile. See how these dental appliances can transform yours now.
What Are Dental Crowns?
Dental crowns replace the chewing surface and the entire part of your tooth that’s visible above the gums. While the roots beneath your natural crowns may remain strong and healthy, the crowns above can become chipped, cracked, or broken. Made of sturdy materials, dental crowns are able to take on the same look and function of your original natural crowns. Using anesthesia and well-practiced skill, we replace and restore your crown efficiently and comfortably. Once you have your new ones, you’ll find they offer a strong, steady hold. We use dental crowns to:
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What Are Dental Bridges?
Dental bridges are a series of dental crowns that we use to create a “bridge” across a gap left by missing teeth. Each bridge is supported by healthy teeth on either side of this gap. This requires us to remove a small amount of enamel from those healthy teeth. After your bridges are in place, you’ll regain the full chewing and biting power you enjoyed before your teeth became damaged or lost. If you’ve been eating on one side of your mouth exclusively, you can eat normally again! We use dental bridges to:
Tooth Repair Instead of Replacement
We can do it. See if you’re a candidate now.