Crowns and bridges are the most common types of restoration work in dentistry. For more than 34 years, our laboratory has been a leader in crafting top quality crown and bridge restorations.
A crown is a type of restoration used as a repair or cover for existing teeth. Crowns can be used to improve the appearance of teeth, to protect certain fillings or repair a broken tooth. A bridge utilizes two or more connected units to replace missing teeth. Both crowns and bridges are prosthetic devices fixed to existing teeth or implants and cannot be removed by the patient.
At Gibson Dental, our goal is that your crown and bridge restorations appear as natural as possible. Crowns and bridges are made from a variety of materials, and we invite you to learn more about the wide selection available from Gibson Dental Designs.
All-ceramic crowns and bridges have been used in dental restoration work since the 1970s. Over time, these popular products have become stronger and more durable. Ceramic restorations are known for giving patients cosmetic results they expect by closely matching their natural smiles.
The mainstay of restorative dentistry continues to be the traditional porcelain-fused-to-metal products or full-cast alloy fabrications. The quality of the alloys and porcelains used today continue to be advanced by dental science and allows us to offer traditional products that meet high standards.