Dental Crowns & Bridges in Laguna Hills

Repair Damaged, Missing Teeth

Crown & Bridges

Chipped, damaged or missing teeth can have negative effects on your oral and overall health as well as your emotional well-being. A dental crown or bridge from Dr. Kimball can restore both the function and aesthetics of your smile. If your tooth is damaged or has fallen out in an accident or due to decay, call us today to schedule a consultation.

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More than two million dental crowns are placed by dentists each year, making them the most common restorative procedure in America

Almost 120 million people in the U.S. are missing at least one tooth.

More than 2.3 million dental crowns are placed each year by dentists, making them the most common restorative procedure in America.

Dental bridges can last five to 15 years and even longer with proper oral hygiene and regular checkups.

Dental bridges are an affordable way to restore your smile after tooth loss.

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More than two million dental crowns are placed by dentists each year, making them the most common restorative procedure in America.

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Almost 120 million people in the U.S. are missing at least one tooth.

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More than 2.3 million dental crowns are placed each year by dentists, making them the most common restorative procedure in America.

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Dental bridges can last five to 15 years and even longer with proper oral hygiene and regular checkups.

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Dental bridges are an affordable way to restore your smile after tooth loss.

Protect Damaged Teeth

How Do Dental Crowns Work?

Dental crowns are a type of dental prosthesis that are designed to look natural and fit over a damaged or misshapen tooth to strengthen its structure. Once a dental crown is placed, it protects and preserves your tooth’s natural enamel and keeps the remaining structure safe from further decay and damage.

Restore Your Smile

issues Treated with Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are most commonly used to restore decayed teeth that are too large to be treated with a filling, and they are also used to cover up a tooth after a root canal. A crown may be recommended if you crack or damage one of your teeth in an oral injury. If you are unhappy with the shape or color of your tooth, crowns can also be used for cosmetic purposes when a veneer or dental bonding is not an option.

Replace Missing Teeth

How Do Dental Bridges Work?

Dental bridges come in a variety of different types, but they are all used for the same purpose. They are designed to replace a missing tooth by suspending a false tooth between two adjacent teeth. With dental bridges, patients who suffer from missing teeth can restore their smiles with an affordable, long-lasting solution.

Candidates for Dental Bridges

Is a Dental Bridge Right for Me?

If you are missing one or more teeth, but do not want to undergo invasive implant surgery, a dental bridge may be the right restorative option for you. Dental bridges typically last longer than removable alternatives, like partial dentures. Unlike partial dentures, bridges are permanent, and they will not move or shift in your mouth.

Crowns & Bridges

How They Work Together

Dental bridges use two dental crowns to support a false tooth. First, two healthy “abutment” teeth next to your missing tooth are trimmed and fitted for crowns. Then, a bridge consisting of a false tooth and two dental crowns is custom-made to fit in the space where your missing tooth used to be. The crowns fit perfectly over the abutment teeth, and the false tooth fits into the empty socket.

Affordable Restorative Options

How Much Do Crowns & Bridges Cost?

The cost of both dental crowns and bridges can vary depending on the style of your crown or bridge, the number of teeth you’re missing, and a number of other factors. For an accurate cost estimate, schedule a consultation with Dr. Kimball. During your appointment, he will assess your needs and go over our payment and financing resources to ensure that treatment stays within your budget.

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