Dental Crowns and Bridges
At Drew Family Dentistry, we understand the importance of restoring lost and damaged teeth. With our crowns and bridges, you can smile proudly and confidently knowing your teeth are restored to their original condition.
Fix Your Smile With Dental Crowns & Bridges in Bend, OR
We offer dental crowns and bridges as effective solutions for replacing missing or severely damaged teeth. Our crowns and bridges are made with high-quality ceramic materials to ensure lasting performance and natural-looking results. With our crowns and bridges, you can enjoy a smile with full-functioning capabilities, including improved speech and eating your favorite foods with no restrictions to your diet.
We ensure your dental crowns and bridges blend in seamlessly with your existing teeth and function just like your natural teeth. Thanks to our in-office CEREC technology, which Dr. Drew has been using for nearly a decade, we can create your crown in our office while you wait. You can watch the design and fabrication process of your own crown before having them placed.
What is a dental crown?
Dental crowns are a highly beneficial tool in the dental field. They can be used to cap a damaged tooth, restoring it to full function, as well as to attach to dental implants to replace missing teeth and provide support for dental bridges. Taking care of crowns is also straightforward, as they require the same brushing and flossing as regular teeth.
What is a dental bridge?
At Drew Family Dentistry, we design and install custom dental bridges to fill gaps caused by missing teeth. Our bridges are securely held in place with abutment crowns or precision metal mechanisms. Every bridge is custom-made to ensure that it looks natural and is able to provide the desired performance.
How do temporary dental crowns work?
At the first dental appointment, Dr. Drew will create an impression of your teeth to be used for a permanent dental crown. A temporary crown will then be placed to protect your tooth while the permanent crown is being made. When you come back for the fitting appointment, the temporary crown is removed and the permanent crown or bridge is put in place.
If you have more questions about dental crowns and bridges, please contact our office and we will be happy to discuss further.