What is the difference between a crown and a bridge?

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A crown is an application used to repair a badly-broken or damaged tooth without the need for removal or dental implantation. Essentially, a crown is a cap used to restore a tooth to its original appearance and prevent further damage or decay.

A bridge, unlike a crown, utilizes existing teeth to fill in an area left vacant by a missing tooth. This method anchors a prosthetic tooth into the gap with the two adjacent teeth to establish symmetry and create a natural-looking appearance.

Our practice offers professional crown and bridge treatments that are both safe and affordable. Call us today to see if you either treatment is right for you.   
 

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