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Restore Your Smile with the Expertise of Dr. Chen

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Dental Crowns: Strength and Beauty Combined

Dental crowns are not just restorative solutions; they are works of art crafted to seamlessly blend with your natural teeth. At our practice, we use the finest materials, ensuring that each crown is not only strong and durable but also aesthetically pleasing.

Crowns are perfect for:

  • Repairing damaged or decayed teeth.
  • Improving tooth appearance, shape, and alignment.
  • Enhancing overall oral health.

Dental Bridges: Bridging the Gap in Your Smile

Missing teeth can significantly impact your life, from changing the look of your smile to affecting your ability to chew and speak. Our custom-made bridges are designed to fill these gaps, restoring functionality and aesthetics. Designed and fabricated with the utmost precision, our bridges are indistinguishable from your natural teeth, offering a comfortable and lasting solution.

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Results You Can Trust

At Wisdom Dental LA, we pride ourselves on staying at the forefront of dental technology. Our state-of-the-art equipment, including digital scanners and 3D printers, ensures that each crown and bridge is designed with impeccable accuracy and fit. This advanced technology translates to quicker, more comfortable appointments and outstanding results.

Getting Your Crown or Bridge at Wisdom Dental LA

Initial Consultation

The first step is a thorough examination by the dentist to assess your oral health and determine if a crown or bridge is suitable for you.

Tooth Preparation

For a crown, the dentist reshapes the tooth to ensure a proper fit. For a bridge, the adjacent teeth to the gap are prepared for crowns that will support the bridge.

Impressions and Temporary Restoration

After tooth preparation, an impression of your teeth is taken to custom-make the crown or bridge. A temporary crown or bridge may be placed while the permanent one is being made.

Creation of the Crown or Bridge

The impression is sent to a dental lab where the crown or bridge is crafted. This process ensures that the restoration fits perfectly and matches the color of your natural teeth.

Final Fitting

Once ready, the temporary restoration is removed, and the dentist fits and adjusts the final crown or bridge. After ensuring a perfect fit and comfort, it is cemented into place.

Post-procedure Care

Good oral hygiene, including regular brushing and flossing, is crucial for the longevity of your crown or bridge. Regular dental checkups are also essential to monitor the health of your restored teeth.
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Painless Procedures

Dental treatments shouldn’t be a cause for anxiety. Our commitment to your comfort means every procedure, whether it's dental checkups, crowns, or veneers, is done painlessly. We offer gentle sedation options tailored to your needs for dental care you can look forward to.

Modern Care

We are committed to providing you with exceptional dental care through the most advanced technology available. We take pride in our state-of-the-art facility and dental technology, including our CBCT scanner. This advanced imaging technology allows us to create highly accurate 3D models of your jaw and teeth, ensuring precise diagnoses and tailored treatment plans.

Experience Unparalleled Dental Excellence with Dr. Yung Chen

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Convenience that Cares About Your Schedule

Commitment to Your Comfort & Well-being

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Cutting-edge Technology for Unmatched Dental Care

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between a crown and a bridge?

A dental crown is a cap that covers a damaged or weakened tooth, restoring its shape, size, strength, and appearance. A bridge, on the other hand, is used to replace one or more missing teeth. It consists of crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap with a false tooth or teeth in between.

How long do crowns and bridges last?

With proper care, dental crowns and bridges can last many years. On average, they can last between 5 to 15 years, and even longer with excellent oral hygiene and regular dental checkups.

Are crowns and bridges noticeable?

Modern crowns and bridges are designed to look like your natural teeth in shape and color. They are typically made from porcelain or ceramic, which can be matched to the color of your natural teeth, making them quite inconspicuous.

Is the procedure for getting crowns or bridges painful?

The procedure for placing crowns or bridges typically involves some form of anesthesia, which makes it a pain-free process. Some patients might experience mild discomfort or sensitivity after the procedure, but this usually subsides quickly.

How do I care for my crown or bridge?

Crowns and bridges require the same care as your natural teeth. This includes brushing twice a day, flossing daily, and regular dental checkups. It's also important to avoid chewing hard foods or ice to prevent damage.

Can a crown or bridge fail?

While crowns and bridges are a durable solution, they can sometimes loosen or fall out. This can happen due to decay of the underlying tooth or from trauma. Regular dental visits can help detect problems early and prolong the life of your crown or bridge.

Are crowns and bridges covered by dental insurance?

Many dental insurance plans partially cover crowns and bridges. The coverage can vary depending on your specific plan. It's advisable to check with your insurance provider or consult with your dental office for more details.

What materials are used for crowns and bridges?

Crowns and bridges can be made from various materials, including porcelain, ceramic, metal alloys, or a combination. The choice of material depends on the location of the tooth, aesthetic considerations, and functional needs.

How do I know if I need a crown or a bridge?

If you have a damaged, decayed, or missing tooth, your dentist will evaluate your situation and recommend the best course of action. Crowns are typically used for individual teeth, while bridges are suitable for replacing missing teeth.

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