Crowns & Bridges

Crowns and the majority of bridges would both be permanent prosthetic devices. Crowns and bridges are an exception of removable devices, including dentures that you may take out and clean regularly, are glued to existing teeth or implants, and must only be removed by a dentist.


The crown is a dental procedure that involves placing a cover over your natural tooth. Ceramic or porcelain bonded to metal is utilized for the cap. Each crown is tailored to accommodate your tooth perfectly and is colored to match the rest of your smile. 

  • Crowns are a type of endodontic care that can be used to: 
  • Discolorations can be hidden.
  • Teeth that are malformed or undersized should be corrected.
  • Protect and repair teeth that have been damaged or fractured.
  • Dental implants can be used to replace lost teeth.
  • Reinforcing root canals
  • Large fillings might help to support teeth.

An impression of your teeth is taken at your first appointment, allowing your crowns to fit perfectly. The impressions you provide are then sent to a dental lab, where your crowns are made.

Dental Bridges

It's critical to replace missing teeth if you want to keep your adjacent teeth and jaw healthy. A bridge is a type of dental procedure used to substitute teeth that are lost. Since they constitute a bridge over the gap left by a lost tooth or teeth, they are termed bridges. 

The following are some of the advantages of dental bridges:

  • Chew and speak normally.
  • Make your smile more complete by filling in the gaps.
  • Stop more teeth from falling out.
  • Maintain the location of your remaining teeth.
  • Jaw boss loss should be minimized.

The bridge procedure involves taking molds of your teeth to produce crowns for the neighboring teeth, and a pontic, or prosthetic tooth, fills in the gap. The crowns and pontics are made from the impressions by a laboratory. 

Crowns and bridges are two dental techniques that are closely connected. A crown is a shell covering your tooth and protecting it while also improving its aesthetics. A bridge substitutes a lost tooth, and each nearby tooth receives a crown to reinforce the replacement tooth. 

Dental bridges can endure anywhere from 5 to 20 years, and sometimes even more. 

Get quality crowns and bridges from Belmont Dental Associates by Robert W. Bury and Taylor Bury at York, PA, for you and your loved ones. For more details and appointments, call us at (717) 848-1463, book online, or visit us at 3210 E Market Street, York, PA 17402.


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