Crown & Bridge
Learn more about dental crowns and bridges
This type of bridge is very strong and will last a long time. It is made in a dental lab so it requires two visits and the patient will have to wear a temporary bridge until the permanent bridge is cemented.
This bridge is white and can be shaded to match the adjacent teeth. The new porcelain materials are much stronger so they are a viable option. Bridges that span the space of 3-4 teeth can be done in-office with the cerec machine to eliminate a second visit. Larger or more complicated bridges may require that a lab make them, which would add a second visit to cement the bridge.