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Dental Crowns & Bridges – Chittenango, NY

Natural-Looking Restorative Options for a Damaged Smile

Whether you have a damaged tooth that needs to be repaired or multiple missing teeth in a row, Dr. Ahmed Badawy offers several restorative solutions that look completely natural. That way, you won’t have to sacrifice your aesthetically pleasing grin in order to maintain good oral health. Using high quality and ceramic materials to craft his restorations, he looks forward to improving his patients’ confidence in their grins. He also offers same-day crowns because he knows how difficult it can be to fit multiple dental visits into a short period of time. Our team at Chittenango Family Dental can’t wait to ease your worries by restoring your missing and damaged teeth!

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Why Choose Chittenango Family Dental For Dental Crowns & Bridges? 

What is a Crown?

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Dental crowns are one of the most common restorations. They’re custom-crafted and shaded caps that are designed to fit over your damaged teeth to restore their size, shape, strength, and overall appearance. They’re permanently cemented into place and are often used to:

What are the Benefits of Crowns?

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A dental crown offers a variety of benefits and can restore the function of your mouth. At Chittenango Family Dental, we offer E4D same-day dental crowns. This way, you won’t have to take additional time off of work. Using this advanced technology, we can create a detailed image of your teeth and a high-quality restoration in as little as an hour. Some additional advantages of dental crowns include:

What is a Bridge?

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A dental bridge is used to replace missing teeth. The design consists of replacement teeth held in place by two crowns on either side of them. If you’re missing multiple teeth in a row, this solution can repair your ability to complete basic functions like chew and speak. Some additional reasons a patient may get this restoration are to:

What are the Benefits of Bridges?

For patients looking to replace missing teeth with a dental bridge, they’re probably all too familiar with the inconveniences associated with having a gap in their smile. This restorative solution can improve your quality of life as well as offer you benefits such as:

If you’d like to put an end to the inconveniences associated with tooth loss, don’t hesitate to contact us today. Dr. Badawy can walk you through the process of restoring your smile and discuss which options would be best for you.

Dental Crown FAQs

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Although a dental crown is a common treatment, it will require you to permanently alter your tooth. It’s normal to have several questions before you’re ready to commit to the treatment. Don’t worry, Dr. Badawy will take the time to address your concerns during your initial visit. While you wait for your appointment, here are the answers to a few of the most common questions we hear.

How long does it take to get a crown?

Typically, it takes 2 appointments to receive your crown, but you can save time with Chittenango Family Dental. Dr. Badawy embraces the latest innovations in dentistry, including E4D technology. Now, you can get the high-quality restoration you need in just one day.

Our office can mill your crown to meet your exact specifications from a single block of all-ceramic material in less than an hour. There’s no need for a second appointment. You will enjoy the durable, customized crown you need in a single visit.

Do I need a temporary crown?

E4D technology eliminates the need for a temporary restoration. You’ll receive your final crown the same day as your procedure, so you won’t need to deal with the hassle of a temporary one.

How long do dental crowns last?

Although our dental crowns are made in a single visit, rest assured, they are designed to last. Your crown can last for a decade or longer with the right aftercare, like maintaining your oral hygiene and visiting your dentist regularly.

Even with the best care, your crown can become loose over time. If it falls off, do not try to fix it on your own. Instead, keep your tooth clean and avoid chewing with it. Contact your dentist right away to have it replaced.

How do I care for a crown?

You can ensure your crown lasts for many years by taking the time to care for it. Although the crown isn’t subject to decay, you still need to brush your teeth twice a day and floss every night. Pay extra attention when cleaning where the crown meets your gum line to remove any trapped plaque or bacteria. Besides your oral hygiene, it’s best to visit your dentist at least twice a year for a cleaning and checkup. Your crown is evaluated at each appointment to look for any issues, like damage or loose bonding.

To protect the longevity of your crown, it’s best to avoid chewing overly hard or sticky foods with it. It’s also recommended you avoid using your teeth as tools or chewing inedible objects with your crown.

Will my crown look natural?

Now, you don’t need to worry about a dark crown causing an eyesore when you smile. Our office uses all-ceramic material for a metal-free solution. Your restoration is carefully crafted to match the color, size, and shape of your natural teeth to blend in seamlessly when you smile. No one will ever notice it is not a real tooth, so you can speak and smile confidently.

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