Don’t let a damaged or decayed tooth stop you from showing off your sweetest and brightest smile. Metro Dental is your top choice when it comes to matters related to your oral health particularly when you are in need of dental bridges, dental veneers, and dental bridges.

The roster of dentists we currently have are experts in handling those types of procedures. With their experience and our state-of-the-art facilities, we guarantee that you’ll only receive the best dental care and treatment you could ever ask for.

Some of the procedures we’ve mentioned earlier might be a little too unfamiliar to you. To help you in understanding some of them, here’s a quick overview of dental bridges, crowns, and veneers.

What Are Dental Crowns?

Dental crowns are also known as caps which is a fairly popular cosmetic dental procedure. It is used to protect, cover, and restore a badly damaged tooth. Basically, crowns replace the enamel of the tooth.

While enamel is considered the hardest substance in the human body and is known to withstand chemical, mechanical, and thermal forces, it’s not invincible. It is also exposed to decay and damage. When that time comes, your best solution to nursing it back to its normal function is through dental crowns.

Understanding Dental Bridges

Do you have dental gaps due to missing teeth? The best way to fill those spaces is through dental bridges. Bridges serve as a cosmetic and functional solution to cover the gaps between your teeth. This procedure usually involves having a prosthetic teeth bracket to combine two or more crowns.

Bridges are made from a variety of materials. It can be made from metal, ceramic, and ceramic fused to metal, it all depends on the patient’s preference. There are also a variety of dental bridges available that will suit your needs. This is why we recommend that you consult with our dentist first to decide which is the most suitable for you.

Dental Veneers

Veneers are the most common type of dental treatment. People also referred to them as laminates. The veneers are usually attached to the front of the teeth. These are thin, tooth-colored shells that are often made from porcelain that is shaped and bonded on top of your natural teeth.

To discuss further these treatments, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with our team.

This is to ensure we get all your questions answered. Our dentists will always be happy to assist you with your oral and dental health-related concerns. So book your visits here:

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