CEREC Crowns & Bridges - Denver, CO
Same-Day Smile Restoration!
Why Wait to Enjoy Life Again?
Are damaged or missing teeth compromising your quality of life? You don’t have to be embarrassed, limit your diet or avoid social situations any longer. CEREC crowns and bridges will enable you to smile with complete confidence, eat and speak normally, and fully enjoy life once again. The innovative CEREC system enables us to design, fabricate, and place new restorations for you during a single appointment. Want to improve your appearance, restore full strength to your bite, and stabilize already-healthy teeth for the long term? We can do all of those and more with CEREC crowns in Denver, CO.
Dr. Heather Stamm and our team are ready to customize new crowns and bridges for you. That means provide replacement teeth that fit you comfortably and match the shade of your existing teeth for a seamless smile. A popular cosmetic dentistry solution, crowns and bridges can rebuild and re-beautify your smile on their own, or as part of a comprehensive smile makeover. Find out more about what crowns and bridges are and how they can change your life now!
What Are Crowns?
Crowns are a sturdy artificial replacement for the part of your teeth that shows above the gumline. This is why they’re also called “caps.” Even if the roots underneath are relatively healthy, the bite surface of a tooth may need to be repaired or replaced. Before we fit your crown, we’ll initially remove decay and shape the tooth. Next, we’ll cement the crown into place and ensure it blends seamlessly with surrounding teeth as well as your bite. Constructed from strong materials, crowns look like real teeth and can provide many years of reliable function. In addition to same-day results, CEREC crowns provide invaluable benefits, including:
What are Bridges?
All of your teeth play an important role in speaking, chewing and in maintaining proper alignment of other teeth. Bridges are rows of connected crowns that span or “bridge” the gap left when your teeth have fallen out or been extracted. They’re connected to the healthy teeth at both ends of the gap or dental implants. With bridges, you’ll be able to regain chewing power and never again have to eat on one side of your mouth. Bridges offer considerable benefits, including: