Best Ways To Improve Your Smile: Dental Crowns, Bridges, Onlays, And Inlays
Get Dental Crowns, Bridges, Inlays, And Onlays For A Beautiful Smile
Whether you want a minor fix or a drastic transformation, Dr. Lambert and our team will deliver results worth smiling about! We offer premium crowns, bridges, inlays, and onlays at affordable prices. Visit Always About Smiles to experience premium restorative dental care in Bethlehem, PA.
Protect Your Teeth With Dental Crowns
Weak, decayed, or broken teeth affect your teeth’s functionality and appearance. When left untreated, they can even lead to serious health complications, like infections spreading to your gum tissues and healthy teeth.
Dental crowns prevent bacteria from spreading and relieve pressure on your teeth. Not only are they functional, but they look great too – with high-quality crowns, you can eat, talk, and socialize with more confidence!
Our dental practice offers plenty of durable options, including porcelain, ceramic, and zirconia crowns. These materials are custom-made to match the color of your natural teeth for a seamless appearance.
Fill The Gaps In Your Teeth With Dental Bridges
Many people feel insecure about smiling when they have missing teeth. But gaps do more than just lower your self-esteem – they also compromise your teeth’s overall functionality and health.
Missing teeth come with potential complications, including:
- Chronic infections
- Shifting teeth
- Bite collapse
- Premature aging
- Sunken cheeks and lips
- Tooth decay
- Gum disease
- Misaligned bite
- Jaw pain
If you’ve got gaps in your smile, dental bridges are definitely an investment worth making!
Restore Your Damaged Teeth With Inlays Or OnlaysIf you’ve tried restoring your damaged teeth with metal fillings, you’d already know that these treatments do more harm than good. More of our patients are opting for tooth-colored ceramic inlays and onlays as a safer cosmetic alternative to outdated metal fillings. These restorative treatments are perfect for patients that don’t need something as drastic as crowns or bridges. As long as your teeth are still strong enough to hold up on their own, inlays and onlays should be your first choice when very large resin fillings will not work. There are three options that your dentist may recommend:
- Inlays – These are bonded internally and create a stronger central tooth structure.
- Onlays or ‘Partial Crowns’ – Similar to full crowns, these cover the damaged biting surface of your teeth. They are also better at preserving tooth structure than a crown.