A damaged or decayed tooth impacts the functionality of your mouth and oral health.
It can also cause cosmetic imperfections, sensitivity, and significant pain.
A dental crown may be the ideal solution to restore both the function and aesthetics of your tooth. A crown restores the integrity of a tooth while preserving as much of the natural structure as possible. A dental crown often prevents tooth extraction. It can also strengthen the tooth after a root canal treatment or with a dental implant to fill the gap left from a missing tooth.
A missing tooth is a serious concern, as teeth work together to keep your mouth healthy. A lost tooth may cause the surrounding teeth to tilt or drift, bone loss, bite changes, and pain or damage from the stress on your teeth and jaw joints.
A dental bridge fills the gap left from the loss of one or more adjacent teeth. The bridge uses the surrounding teeth as support and mirrors your original tooth size and shape. It restores your smile to its natural state, enabling you to eat, smile, and speak comfortably.
What Is A Dental Crown?
Dental crowns, or caps, rebuild teeth with a cover of material that mimics your teeth's natural surface.
Most capped teeth are secure, comfortable, and indistinguishable from your natural teeth. Crowns can repair a single tooth, many teeth (including the entire mouth), or be used in combination with dental implants.
Dental crowns may be your perfect solution to repair a damaged tooth and prevent tooth loss. A dental crown's durability makes for an excellent long-term option, lasting for up to 15 years with proper care.
What Is A Dental Bridge?
A dental bridge replaces a missing tooth when your natural teeth surround the gap on both sides.
The bridge consists of one or more artificial teeth, also known as pontic teeth, held in place by the two surrounding, or abutment, natural teeth. Dental bridges consist of ceramic or porcelain fused to metal and are strong enough to replace molars.
A dental bridge can last up to 15 years with proper care. Dental bridges are reliable and function like your natural teeth.
A dental crown or bridge may be your ideal solution
to replace missing teeth. We would be happy to chat with you about your options.
Flexible Payment Options For High-Quality Dental Care in Winter Park
For your convenience, Winter Park Dentistry accepts:
- A wide range of PPO dental insurance plans - click here to see which insurances we accept
- Cash and check
- All major credit cards, including MasterCard, VISA, Discover, and more
We do NOT accept HMO or Medicaid plans.
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Winter Park Dentistry
Winter Park Dentistry can meet a wide range of dental needs from family dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, Invisalign® and orthodontic services. Patient comfort and care are our top priority, and we go to great lengths to provide a pleasant environment for you.
We accept a wide range of PPO dental insurance plans, cash, check and all major credit cards. We also offer a low-cost in-house discount plan to save you money on your dental care!
Our office is located located behind Hummus House in-between Minnesota Ave and Aragon Ave.
Winter Park Dentistry serves Winter Park, Orlando, Oviedo, Maitland, Altamonte Springs, Apopka, Sanford, Winter Garden, Lake Mary And More!
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