Don’t let damaged or missing teeth make you miss out on life.
Simply Dental can quickly and easily turn any dental disaster into a distant memory (thing of the past) with ultra-real looking dental bridges and crowns, so you can get back to smiling and feeling your best.
If you’ve suffered a traumatic tooth injury, have lost one or more teeth as the result of age or decay or simply want to improve the look of your smile, you probably can’t stop thinking about it.
Or wondering what other people might think.
That’s because very few injuries cause you to be as self-conscious as losing or breaking a tooth. Fortunately, unlike many other injuries or cosmetic upgrades, fixing a broken tooth can be accomplished in as little as two short visits to Simply Dental -- with no surgeries -- after which you’ll be good as new or better!
Stop Wasting Time And Energy Hiding Your Smile
It takes so much effort not to smile, which is such a shame when smiling is so good for you.
But breaking or losing a tooth can rob you of this simple joy in life and even cause future health issues and discomfort as gaps created by missing teeth lead to a bad or uncomfortable bite, TMJ disorders and even gum diseases.
Dental bridges and crowns are custom-fitted prosthetics designed to quickly fix loose, broken or missing teeth with minimal invasion and give you back that easy going smile you’re used to having.
Most commonly, dental crowns look and feel completely real and are made of long-lasting materials, including:
Strong, same-color replacements with a higher bending strength than porcelain crowns, ideal for back teeth
Smooth, translucent and non-allergic with minimal or no dark lines, porcelain crowns provide aesthetic appeal and durability in as little as one dental visit
Provide the ideal combination of translucency, natural-appearance and strength, most suitable for restoring or replacing front teeth
Despite declining use, gold dental crowns are the longest-lasting option while also causing the least amount of wear to opposing teeth
If you’re situation is a little more serious, your dentist may recommend a dental bridge, also known as a a fixed removable denture, to strengthen or replace multiple or whole rows of teeth while maintaining and even improving the natural look, feel and shape of your smile.
Typically, a bridge is made by creating crowns for the teeth on each side of the gap or broken teeth and placing realistic false teeth between the crowns, supported by your natural teeth, implants or a combination of the two.
If they’re strong and healthy, parts of the adjacent teeth will be removed to make room for the crowns before placing one of three types of porcelain or porcelain fused to metal dental bridges available:
The most common type of bridge made with a crown on either side of the missing tooth with an artificial tooth in between.
Often used when there is a tooth available only on one side or the other of missing tooth.
Maryland Bonded Bridges
Also known as a resin-bonded or acid-etched bridge, this type of bridge is created from a metal framework with wings bonded to the back of your teeth on either side of the gap