Customized Dental Crowns & Bridges in Spring, TX
Dr. Simmons Can Customize Crowns Just for You
When one or more teeth are not at their best because of injury or decay, a custom restoration may be needed to restore needed structure and function. At the office of C. Gary Simmons, DDS, our team offers dental crowns and bridges that are precisely designed with your unique smile in mind, creating results that exceed expectations. In addition to traditional materials, E-Max crowns are also available as a long lasting solution that’s free of metals and designed to beautifully complement your natural appearance. Contact our Spring, TX office today to learn more, or if you’re ready to schedule an
appointment for you or a family member.
Dental crowns are designed to cover an individual tooth, and their versatile nature allows our team to recommend them in a number of circumstances, including:
- Repairing a tooth that’s too heavily decayed to be treated with a tooth-colored filling.
- Repairing a tooth that’s been injured or fractured.
- Strengthening a tooth that’s become weakened and has a high risk of additional breakage.
- Restoring aesthetic quality to a flawed tooth.
- Restoring a missing tooth that’s been replaced with a dental implant.
Dr. Simmons creates dental crowns over the span of two appointments to ensure quality and a precise, customized fit. First, we will prepare the tooth structure and take detailed impressions, sending them to a trusted dental laboratory. In the interim, we will place a temporary restoration that protects the tooth until the permanent crown is completed. Once our office has received the finished dental crown, we can make final adjustments and cement the restoration in place, ensuring your satisfaction with the results in the process.
Dental bridges are composed of multiple, fused crowns, and they’re designed to replace missing teeth along a single arch. Some patients prefer dental bridges because they’re anchored in place by covering nearby natural teeth with additional crowns, eliminating the “looseness” and unnatural fit that can sometimes occur with traditional dentures. At Dr. Simmons’ office, patients who are hoping to regain their complete smile can also find implant retained prosthetics as an alternative for replacing missing teeth.