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Eat Comfortably With Dental Crowns & Bridges in Kent

If you come to Cedar Dental Group with tooth damage, there is a good chance that we’ll use a crown or bridge to repair it. These versatile dental restorations give us a variety of ways to make your smile beautiful and functional again. Dental crowns and bridges in Kent can help you:

  • Improve your oral health and total body health
  • Regain an attractive smile that you’ll take pride in showing off to everyone
  • Enjoy your mealtimes again, especially dining out and trying new menu options
  • Look younger, more successful, and more vibrant
  • Gain peace of mind about the condition of your smile
  • Increase your confidence when socializing and dating

Don’t live with a smile that you’re not happy with! Call the experts at Cedar Dental Group today at 253-563-0315.

A Crown or Bridge Will Strengthen Your Smile

One big advantage of having your repair done at Cedar Dental Group is that we have an in-house E4D system with CAD/CAM capabilities. We can digitally scan your mouth (without the goopy mess of traditional impressions), design your new crown on a computer, then send this info to our chairside milling station where your crown will be crafted in a matter of minutes. You won’t have to wait for a lab to make your crown, then ship it to our office. You can walk out with your new restoration in just one visit!

Below are some of the options we have using a crown or bridge to repair your smile:

  • Crown for Tooth Repair – We’ll place a new crown over your damaged tooth to strengthen it and help you avoid other problems.
  • Standard Dental Bridge – A bridge spans the gap between missing teeth, anchoring on either end to your other teeth.
  • Implant-Supported Crown – To replace a missing tooth, we can attach a crown to a single dental implant that has been placed in your jaw.
  • Implant-Supported Bridge – This type of bridge is secured on both ends to dental implants and fills in the gap left by several missing teeth in a row.

Stay Comfortable With Our Sedation Options

There’s no reason to feel anxious about your treatment at Cedar Dental Group. We’ve thought of everything needed to help you relax, and we even offer sedation options if you’d like. You can choose from either:

  • Inhaled Sedation – Laughing gas will calm your nerves and take your mind off dentistry.
  • Oral Conscious Sedation – Just take a small pill before your appointment, and your procedure will go smoothly.

In addition, our comforting amenities will help you feel right at home during your treatment. You can take advantage of:

  • Pillows for head and neck support
  • Cozy blankets to take away the chill
  • Headphones so you can tune into your favorite music
  • A beverage station for your enjoyment

For repair to damaged and missing teeth, it’s hard to beat dental crowns and bridges in Kent! Call Cedar Dental Group today at 253-563-0315. You can also make an appointment online.

Common Questions About Dental Crowns & Bridges

How long do dental crowns and bridges last?

The average dental crown or bridge will last for approximately five to seven years, although your restoration may give you great performance for 10 years or longer if you maintain good oral hygiene and avoid eating foods that compromise it. We’ll be happy to provide you with instructions on how to keep your crown or bridge fully functional for as long as possible.

How long does it take to make dental crowns?

Our high-quality dental crowns are created right here in our practice using an E4D system that uses CAD/CAM technology. In a single appointment, we can design and fabricate your new restoration and place it over your tooth comfortably to mimic the look and function of a natural tooth. This allows you to avoid the potential hassles and discomfort of a temporary crown.

What does a dental bridge look like?

Dental bridges are made by fusing dental crowns together. They replace one or more teeth. Bridges fill gaps in your smile and revive your ability to eat the food you love. Traditional bridges are bonded to nearby teeth that have been reshaped into abutments. You also can get implant-supported bridges to replace what you’re missing.

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