Lovell Family Dentistry

Crowns & Bridges

When a tooth becomes decayed or broken and cannot be repaired with a filling, a crown is used to bring the tooth back to its original function and appearance.

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We proudly offer dental crowns and bridges for tooth repair.

Tooth Preservation

Dental crowns and bridges help preserve the structure and integrity of damaged or weakened teeth. Crowns cover and protect individual teeth that have undergone extensive decay, fractures, or root canal therapy, preventing further deterioration and potential tooth loss.

Restored Functionality

Crowns and bridges restore oral function by improving chewing ability, speech clarity, and bite alignment. By replacing missing teeth or reinforcing weakened ones, these restorations allow patients to eat a wider variety of foods comfortably and speak without impediments.

Aesthetic Enhancement

Dental crowns and bridges are customized to match the color, shape, and size of natural teeth, ensuring a seamless integration with the patient's smile. These restorations enhance dental aesthetics by concealing imperfections, closing gaps, and restoring harmony to the smile.

Longevity and Durability

Crowns and bridges are fabricated from durable materials such as porcelain, ceramic, or metal alloys, providing long-lasting solutions for dental restoration. With proper care and maintenance, these restorations can withstand normal wear and tear.

Improved Oral Health

Dental crowns and bridges contribute to better oral health by stabilizing the bite, preventing shifting of teeth, and facilitating proper dental hygiene practices. By restoring damaged or missing teeth, these restorations help maintain proper dental alignment.

Customized Treatment

Crowns and bridges are custom-made to address each patient's unique dental needs and aesthetic preferences. Dentists collaborate with dental laboratories to design and fabricate restorations that fit comfortably, function effectively, and blend seamlessly.


When a tooth becomes decayed or broken and cannot be repaired with a filling, a crown is used to bring the tooth back to its original function and appearance.

Crowns may also be the best treatment option if you have a cracked tooth, a very large filling which may fracture, or simply for esthetic reasons. Crowns are not intended to be removed. They cover the entire tooth and are cemented on permanently.

While crowns can be silver and gold, the majority of crowns are made of porcelain, which can match existing tooth shades, and molded to the same shape and size as the original tooth


While crowns cover a single tooth, a bridge is a dental treatment used to replace one or more missing teeth.

The surrounding teeth are used as anchors to support the bridge prosthesis. The bridge is cemented onto those anchor teeth, making the bridge a permanent fixture. Patients are able to use the bridge as they would their normal teeth.

Bridges require more maintenance as they cannot be naturally flossed like our normal teeth. The criteria for crowns and bridges must be assessed by way of clinical and radiographic analysis. Not all patients can or will benefit from crowns/bridges as other forms of dental treatments may be more appropriate for their oral health.