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Crowns, Bridges, and Dentures to Achieve a Beautiful Smile

At Plymouth Greene Dental, our dentist is dedicated to delivering restorations that are strong, secure, and natural-looking. If you need dentures, we create lifelike appliances that fit comfortably and regain lost function.

For crowns, bridges, and dentures in Plymouth Meeting, call our dental practice today!

Traditional and Implant-Supported Options

Whether you have one badly damaged tooth, have lost several teeth, or are experiencing a combination of issues, we can repair your smile. The following solutions are available:

  • Crowns, bridges, and dentures have been around for a long time, offering a proven method of repairing and replacing teeth.
  • We use a crown to repair a large cavity or complete root canal therapy when an infection threatens a tooth.
  • Bridges replace up to three missing teeth in a row and utilize crowned adjacent teeth as anchors to provide strength and stability.
  • If you are missing several teeth throughout your mouth, we can craft a partial denture that is removable and attaches to two or more remaining teeth.
  • Our adhesive-based full dentures are created to look like they’ve always belonged to you. This appliance can replace a full set of missing teeth.

Implant supported restorations are surgically inserted into the jaw bone to replace missing teeth and secure the appropriate prosthetic. Dental implants are the most stable and comprehensive tooth replacement option available.

For Single Tooth Replacement: A traditional crown is securely attached atop a single implant post.

To Replace Two or More Missing Teeth in a Row: Instead of using neighboring teeth, an implant-supported bridge uses at least two implant posts for stability.  

To Replace Most or All of Your Smile: A removable partial or full denture can be stabilized with a minimum of two implant posts, and a permanent denture can be placed atop at least four posts per arch.

Besides offering security and function, dental implants prevent resorption (rapid bone loss). Resorption can occur due to the lack of stimulation of the jaw bone that was previously delivered by natural tooth roots. Bone loss can threaten the integrity of remaining teeth, and the natural shape of your face.

Learn More about our Restoration Options

For single-tooth replacement or full-mouth reconstruction, call Plymouth Greene Dental today. Our warm and friendly staff are happy to answer all your questions and help you find the best restorative solution for you. 

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