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Crowns & Bridges  in South Burlington

The Building Blocks of a New Smile

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Decayed, fractured, and missing teeth can really wreak havoc on your smile, lowering your ability to chew, speak, and even smile with self-assurance. Fortunately, at Green Mountain Dental, we can address all of these problems and more using custom-made crowns and bridges. Using state-of-the-art technology and a meticulous attention to detail, Dr. Brown and Dr. Aten can provide you with a restoration that perfectly blends in with your smile and also brings back all of your oral function. These are two of the most trusted and reliable treatments in all of dentistry, and at Green Mountain Dental, they are better than ever. To learn more about them or to schedule an appointment, contact us today.

What is a Dental Crown?

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A dental crown is a tooth-shaped “cap” that simply fits over the top of a damaged tooth. We typically use them to repair severely decayed or broken teeth, but they can also be used to cosmetically enhance permanently stained, mis-shaped, or slightly crooked teeth. They can be made from a variety of materials depending on which tooth needs to be repaired, ranging from strong and durable metal for the back teeth to beautiful and natural-looking porcelain for the front teeth.

Most dental offices will require at least two visits to give you a crown, but thanks to our advanced CEREC technology, we can often complete the entire treatment in just one well-planned appointment!

What is a Dental Bridge?

Model smile and fixed bridge restoration

A bridge is a type of prosthetic that can replace a single missing tooth or even a few in a row. To do this, the teeth on either side of the gap in a patient’s smile are topped with crowns, and these are then bonded to prosthetic teeth to fill in the space. This not only makes the smile look better, but it also helps even out the bite as well as prevent the other teeth from shifting out of place.

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