The Secret to a Beautiful Smile: Dental Crowns and Bridges

Say goodbye to damaged or missing teeth and hello to a beautiful and confident smile with dental crowns and bridges. These custom-made restorations are a permanent and natural-looking solution for protecting and replacing damaged or missing teeth.   Dental crowns, also known as caps, are covers that fit over a damaged tooth, protecting it from further damage and restoring its shape and appearance. They can be made of a variety of materials, including porcelain, ceramic, and metal, and can be matched to the color of your natural teeth for a seamless and natural-looking result.   Bridges, on the other hand, are used to replace one or more missing teeth. They consist of one or more artificial teeth, known as pontics, that are supported by crowns on either side. The crowns are attached to the healthy teeth adjacent to the missing tooth or teeth, providing a strong and stable support for the pontics.  

  Unlike dentures, which can be uncomfortable and can slip or move, dental crowns and bridges are a permanent and natural-looking solution for missing or damaged teeth. With proper care and maintenance, they can last for many years, giving you a beautiful and functional smile that you can be proud to show off.   At Rutherford Dental Lab, we specialize in creating stunning dental crowns and bridges that will give you a smile you'll love. Our team of skilled dental technicians and dentists use state-of-the-art technology and materials to ensure that our patients receive the best possible care. Contact us today to learn more about how dental crowns and bridges can improve your smile.  

  Keywords: dental crowns, dental bridges, restorative dentistry, aesthetic dentistry, smile enhancement, tooth restoration, dental health.

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