Crowns and Bridges

Natural-looking tooth replacement at Atlantis Dentistry and Carousel Dentistry.

Restore Your Child's Smile

Don't let a broken or damaged tooth slow them down.

Child patient getting dental crowns in Greensboro.

Does your child have a broken, damaged, or missing tooth? Don’t panic; our crowns and bridges restore their teeth in both appearance and function.

Crowns and bridges are custom-made tooth replacements that are cemented onto teeth and stay firmly in place. They look and feel natural so that your child will feel confident with a complete, functional smile.

Crowns and bridges restore:

  • Severe tooth decay

  • Chipped, misshapen, or worn teeth

  • A gap from a missing tooth or multiple teeth

Contact our children’s dentist for an appointment today.

Benefits of Crowns and Bridges

Here are just a few reasons for choosing crowns and bridges for tooth restoration.

Natural Appearance

Our fixed crowns and bridges are custom-made to match your child’s natural smile.

Strength

The strength and durability let your child speak normally and chew the foods they love.

Restoration

We’ll restore their tooth as well as their ability to talk and smile with confidence.

How Crowns and Bridges Work

Our dentists make it easy to get your child's smile back.

Dental hygienist high-fiving patient after dental crowns and bridges were placed.

After an initial consultation in Greensboro… opens in a new window to Google Maps… or Durham… opens in a new window to Google Maps…, we’ll decide which restorative dentistry solution is best for your child.

A crown is recommended for a fractured, cracked tooth or a large filling replacement. A bridge is recommended if your child entirely loses one or multiple teeth, creating a gap in their smile. Getting a crown or bridge is a simple process.

  • Step 1

    The tooth or teeth are prepped for the crown or bridge to be cemented on.

  • Step 2

    After preparing the area, the dentist takes an impression of the mouth so that an exact crown or bridge is created to look and feel like a natural tooth.

  • Step 3

    Once complete, the crown or bridge is cemented on, and we make sure it’s completely comfortable for your child to wear. We also check the bite and functionality.

Discover dentistry restoration options with crowns and bridges in Greensboro and Durham.

Friendly, caring, and trustworthy staff with my children. Very appreciative for their work and care to make sure my little ones have healthy teeth.

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FAQ about Crowns and Bridges

  • Is a bridge better than a crown?

    Bridges and crowns are tooth restoration options based on different needs. Crowns are ideal for individual teeth, while bridges are used to replace one or multiple missing teeth surrounded by teeth.

  • What are dental crowns and bridges?

    Dental crowns and bridges are effective solutions to restoring or replacing missing teeth.

    Crowns are used for decaying or broken teeth, damaged teeth, extremely misshapen teeth, or to cover a dental implant or root canal. A crown is like a cap, covering the tooth or implant to make it complete.

    Bridges replace a missing tooth or multiple teeth that are in between standing teeth or dental implants. Bridges work to “bridge” the gap between teeth.

    If there’s a missing tooth, the gap can cause surrounding teeth to shift, and a bridge fixes this by filling the space. A bridge is cemented onto abutments such as teeth or an implant that surround the opening – this provides an anchor for the new tooth replacement.

    Both restorative dentistry solutions look natural, feel natural, and give your child the function of a natural tooth.

  • How long do a crown and bridge last?

    Dental crowns and bridges can last for ten years or more. With good oral hygiene, your child can extend the life of their dental work.

    Even with tooth replacements, it’s important to maintain regular dentist appointments to ensure their oral health and check the integrity of their dental work.

  • Is a bridge more expensive than a crown?

    A bridge and crown are used to treat a different problem, so the cost varies. Crowns typically cost less than bridges because crowns cover an individual tooth instead of a bridge covering multiple teeth.

    Costs vary depending on each patient. Please contact one of our dental offices for a crown and bridge consultation and cost estimate.

  • What are the disadvantages of dental bridges?

    Dental bridges are an effective and safe way to bridge the gap between teeth, providing a functional and natural-looking tooth replacement.

    If the bridge doesn’t fit right, then the anchoring teeth are at risk of tooth decay if plaque and bacteria creep below the crowns. That’s why it’s so important to work with an experienced restorative dentist, like the ones at Atlantis Dentistry and Carousel Dentistry, who can successfully restore your child’s smile.

Help Your Child Smile with Tooth Replacements

Schedule a visit with one of our restorative dentists today!

Atlantis Dentistry

1002 N Church St, Ste 402
Greensboro, NC 27401

Phone: (336) 335-9990Click to call
Email: benatlantis88@gmail.comClick to email

Carousel Dentistry

5310 N Carolina 55, Ste 103
Durham, NC 27713

Phone: (919) 361-1998Click to call
Email: carouseldentistry@gmail.comClick to send an email