Crowns & Bridges

Naperville, Aurora, Bolingbrook, Plainfield

Restore Damaged Or Missing Teeth

Crowns, & Bridges are prosthetic appliances that are used to cover the fractured / damaged / decayed teeth or teeth with large fillings or used to replace single or multiple missing teeth. If you have a tooth that has been damaged by decay or an oral injury, a dental crown can restore and protect its structure. Dental crowns can also be used to create a dental bridge and replace one or more missing teeth. Together, crowns and bridges are effective, versatile options for patients looking to restore a wide range of issues.

When Crowns Are Necessary

Protect Your Damaged Tooth

Dental crowns are used to cover up and protect damaged teeth, and they are beautifully-crafted from porcelain to look and feel just like a natural tooth. Usually, crowns are required:

  • Tooth with a large cavity
  • Tooth treated by root canal therapy
  • Cosmetically cover slightly damaged, misshapen, stained tooth

What To Expect

The Dental Crown Process

The crown placement process is minimally invasive and only takes two appointments. To begin, dentists will numb the area, remove damaged enamel to create a healthy, stable platform for the crown. Impressions will be made, and photos will be taken. Models will be forwarded to the best of the lab to make crowns. we will be giving you a temporary crown till we receive final work. Once your crown is ready the dentist will try it on tooth to check for fit, size, shape and color. Once satisfied, the crown will be permanently attached to the tooth using special dental cements.Thus giving you a strong tooth that appears and functions like natural teeth.

Understanding Dental Bridges

How Bridges Replace Missing Teeth

Bridges are the most widely used permanent option to replace missing teeth. Dentists use two or more healthy teeth present in the mouth to replace missing teeth using bridges. They are fabricated in the lab and then permanently cemented in the mouth by our dentists. The bridge holds a dental crown in place to restore the function and beauty of your smile. Bridges are a cost-effective way to get your smile back if you have one or more missing teeth, and this option is typically more comfortable and stable than partial dentures. We work with labs that use best ceramic material in world

How It Works

Dental Bridge Treatment

Dentists inspect the teeth that are to be used as support for missing teeth and prepare them to receive a dental bridge. Impressions and images are then taken of your mouth and used to craft your customized bridge. We’ll give you a temporary bridge to wear while your permanent restoration is manufactured.

When your permanent bridge arrives, one of our dentists will check to make sure that it fits perfectly, and will make sure that size, shape and color are matching to adjacent teeth. Finally, the dentist will bond it into place using powerful dental cement. After your final appointment, you’ll leave our office with a complete, confident smile.

What You Need To Know

Bridges vs. Other Replacement Options

Dental bridges can restore a patient’s smile if a tooth has been knocked-out or extracted due to extensive damage or decay. Bridges replacement options:

  • Bridges are the best replacement option when jawbone is not strong or sufficient enough to support a permanent dental implant
  • Bridges are also less invasive than implant surgery, which means that are an ideal choice for patients who fear more extensive dental procedures
  • Bridges are best option when implant is contraindicated due to any existing medical conditions
  • Bridges are cost effective compared to implants.

At Right Choice Dental Care, we use high-quality materials and our skilled dentists ensure that your bridge will be durable and look beautiful.

Care & Maintenance

How to Care for Crowns & Bridges

Dental crown and bridges require as much care as your natural teeth:

  • Maintain good oral hygiene by brushing twice daily.
  • Flossing teeth at least once a day specially between the gum and base of bridge.
  • Use fluoride mouthwash to rinse and keep mouth free from germs
  • Visit your dentist for regular checkups and get professional cleaning done.

I feel so nice, and Dr. Patel so professional.

Rosinah Daniels
Rosinah Daniels