Dental Crowns and Bridges
  • Get precise results with advanced technology
  • Relax with a choice of sedation options
  • Mend your smile & improve your life
Repair Your Smile With Crowns & Bridges

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Eat & Smile Easily Again With Dental Crowns & Bridges in Glendale

It’s not necessary to walk around with a damaged smile, especially when there are teeth restorations available like dental crowns and bridges in Glendale. And there’s no better place to have your smile repaired than at Glendale Gentle Dentistry. Dr. Stanfield can use a crown or bridge to help you:

  • Bite and chew easily again
  • Enjoy trying new items off the menu
  • Smile with full confidence that your teeth look great
  • Improve your oral health and prevent further dental problems
  • Make better first impressions on the job and in social settings

If your smile needs repair, chances are a crown or bridge will do the trick. Call us today at 623-244-4304 to schedule your appointment.

Get Your Best Smile With a New Restoration From Our Team

When you partner with Glendale Gentle Dentistry, know that we’ll do all we can to help you get the smile you want. We use advanced technology like digital X-rays and a CBCT scanner for accurate diagnosis and treatment. Plus, if you want, you’ll have your choice of sedation options – either fast-acting laughing gas or oral sedation in pill form. We’ll make sure you’re completely relaxed before any work is done.

Dental crowns and dental bridges can be made from a variety of materials, including porcelain, porcelain-over-metal, and titanium, giving us many options for tooth repair. Below are some of the most popular ways we use these restorations:

  • Single Crown for Tooth Repair – Dr. Stanfield will cover your damaged tooth with a beautiful crown to strengthen it and prevent further problems.
  • Fixed Dental Bridge – This type of bridge uses your natural teeth as anchors with one or more artificial teeth in the middle known as pontics.
  • Implant-Supported Crown – To replace a missing tooth, we’ll place a dental implant where the tooth was. After the site has healed, we’ll secure a crown to the top of the implant.
  • Implant-Supported-Bridge – Rather than being anchored to your other teeth, this bridge uses at least two implants to keep it in place. It can be used to replace several missing teeth in a row.

Improve the quality of your smile and your bite with dental crowns and bridges in Glendale. Call Glendale Gentle Dentistry today at 623-244-4304 for an appointment with Dr. Stanfield. You can also make an appointment online.

Common Questions About Dental Crowns and Bridges

How long do dental crowns and bridges last?

The exact lifetime you can expect from your new crown or bridge will depend on several factors, including the material used to construct the restoration, its location in your mouth, and your individual oral hygiene habits. In general, however, you can expect your crown or bridge to last at least five to seven years.

What can dental crowns and bridges be used for?

Dental crowns and bridges are versatile dental restorations that provide our patients with many types of teeth repair. A crown by itself will cap a damaged tooth and strengthen it. Or it can be used with an implant to replace a tooth. Likewise, bridges can be used either by themselves or with dental implants.

How many teeth can a bridge replace?

The number of teeth that can be replaced by a bridge is dependent on several factors, including the number and condition of your remaining teeth. While it can be used to replace a single tooth, a bridge more commonly fills a gap left by two or more teeth. A conventional restoration is supported by crowns attached to the teeth that surround the space you want to fill. The more missing teeth you have, the more crowns will be needed for support. For added strength and to avoid altering healthy teeth for crowns, we can anchor a bridge to dental implants instead.

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