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Crown and Bridgework

Restore your smile and your confidence!

A dental crown covers a structurally damaged tooth to restore integrity. Deep cavities, chips or cracks may require a crown. Dr. Draiss uses porcelain crowns to repair and enhance esthetics of damaged teeth.

How we can help: You should expect two office visits for a crown procedure. At the first appointment, Dr. Draiss will prepare the damaged tooth, make an impression and place a temporary crown. Our dental lab will then fabricate a custom crown. At your follow-up visit, the temporary crown will be removed and the permanent crown will be cemented.

Bridges

Bridges replace one tooth or a few teeth in a row. A bridge consists of one or more replacement teeth with crowns attached to the ends. The crowns fit onto natural, healthy teeth to secure the bridge in place. Bridges are cemented in the mouth and do not come out. Bridges can be used to restore a complete smile and rst. Bridges may also be retained by dental implants.

How we can help: You should expect two office visits for a bridge procedure. At the first appointment, Dr. Draiss will prepare the damaged tooth, make an impression and place a temporary bridge. Our dental lab will then fabricate a custom bridge and at your follow-up visit, the temporary bridge will be removed and the permanent crown cemented.

The team at Chelsea Comprehensive Dental wants to help you with all your dental needs. For more information, please call Chelsea Comprehensive Dental for an appointment with Dr. Draiss.