We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Is a Tooth Filling Used to Fix Cavities?
A tooth filling is used to restore function and appearance to a tooth that may have been damaged by disease, decay, injury, or a genetic defect. Usually, amalgam fillings are used but other types of fillings are available, depending on the location of the affected tooth.
Do Dental Crowns and Tooth Bridges Serve Different Purposes?
Dental crowns, also called dental caps, can be installed onto a tooth that can’t be repaired by a filling. The crown covers the entire tooth to the gum line. A tooth bridge replaces a missing tooth and is anchored to adjacent teeth or to a dental implant. Both crowns and bridges will restore functionality to the teeth and help maintain the structural integrity of the jaw. For more information on crowns and bridges in Wilbraham, please call our office. We’ll be happy to answer all your questions.
Are All Dentists Qualified to Place Fillings, Crowns, and Bridges?
All of the general dentists in our office in Wilbraham can install tooth fillings, tooth crowns, and bridges. Many other dentists specialize in areas, and keep current on the latest trends in dental techniques. Call our office today to schedule a consultation or to obtain more information.
How Much Should a Normal Filling, Bridge or Crowns for Teeth Cost?
Dentists in Wilbraham will take care to complete a thorough exam before giving you an estimate for the work that needs to be completed. The dental bridge cost will be determined based on the patient’s unique situation. The same is true of the tooth filling cost and the dental crown cost. Call our office in Wilbraham today for a more detailed quote according to your unique needs.
Are Various Types of Tooth Fillings Available?
Typically, four types of dental fillings are used but not all types of fillings are appropriate for all teeth. Your dentist will explain the type of filling that will work best for your teeth and will answer any questions you may have. Call our office in Wilbraham today to schedule a consultation.
Are Various Types of Crowns Available?
Four types of dental crowns are the most commonly used, different types of teeth will need different types of crowns. Your dentist will explain which crown will best suit your needs and will answer your questions. Call us today in Wilbraham to schedule an appointment. We look forward to hearing from you.
Are Various Types of Dental Bridges Available?
Depending on the location of the bridge you need, you may have one of the four types of tooth bridges: traditional, cantilever, Maryland, implant-supported. Your dentist will explain the differences and recommend the best bridge for your teeth.
Is the Dental Crown Procedure Invasive?
Installation of a dental crown is a two-part procedure requiring two office visits. During your first visit, we’ll prepare your tooth for the crown, take impressions and measurements, and install a temporary crown. After your permanent crown is fabricated, we’ll remove the temporary crown and install the permanent one. We’ll adjust it to make sure it fits well and is comfortable for you, but then your process is complete. Call us today if you need to schedule a tooth crown installation in Wilbraham.
Is the Dental Bridge Procedure Invasive?
The procedure for installing a tooth bridge is the same as it is for a dental crown except we’ll be fitting and measuring for a different type of dental appliance. A dental bridge installation requires at least two visits to our dental office in Wilbraham. The first visit will be for prep work and taking measurements, the second visit will be for installing the permanent bridge.
If you need a tooth crown or other dental work in Wilbraham, call our office and let us schedule an appointment for you. We look forward to hearing from you. Call us today at (413) 241-6871 or book an appointment online.