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Crown & Bridges

Dental crowns and bridges are common restorative dental treatments that are used to repair or replace damaged or missing teeth.


Both are custom-made to fit each patient's unique dental anatomy, and can be color-matched to blend in seamlessly with the surrounding teeth.


They are typically cemented in place using dental adhesive, and with proper care and maintenance, can last for many years.

Implant Crown


A dental restoration used to replace a missing tooth. It consists of two parts: the implant, which is a titanium post that is surgically placed into the jawbone, and the crown, which is the visible portion of the restoration that is attached to the implant.

The implant serves as an artificial tooth root, anchoring the crown securely in place. The crown is custom-made to match the size, shape, and color of the natural teeth surrounding it, so it looks and feels like a real tooth.


Implant crowns are a popular choice for people who have lost a single tooth or several teeth, and they offer a durable and long-lasting solution for tooth replacement.


Implant Bridge


A dental restoration that is used to replace several missing teeth in a row. It consists of one or more prosthetic teeth that are anchored in place by crowns attached to the natural teeth on either side of the gap.

An implant bridge is anchored to dental implants that are surgically placed into the jawbone. The implants serve as artificial tooth roots, providing a stable foundation for the bridge.

Implant bridges offer several advantages over traditional bridges, including improved stability and durability, as well as a more natural look and feel. 



A dental implant technique that is used to replace an entire arch of missing teeth, such as the upper or lower jaw. The technique involves the placement of four dental implants into the jawbone, which are used to support a full arch of fixed, non-removable teeth.

It uses only four implants to support the entire arch of teeth. This makes the procedure less invasive and less expensive than other implant options.

This technique is particularly useful for people who have significant tooth loss or who have experienced significant bone loss in the jaw, as the implants are placed at an angle to maximize support and stability in areas of dense bone.


It is a popular option for people who are looking for a more permanent, natural-looking alternative to traditional dentures.

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