Dental Crown & Bridges
Fixed Prosthetic Devices
Bridges and crowns are prosthetic devices. Unlike removable dentures, which can be taken out and cleaned daily, crowns and bridges are cemented onto existing teeth or implants. As crown and bridge providers, Dental At Forest Hill can fit crowns and bridges and monitor your progress.
Restore Damaged or Missing Teeth.
Crown and bridges are two common types of dental procedures that are used to restore damaged or missing teeth. Crowns and bridges are two common dental Dentist places dental crowns over existing teeth to help strengthen them and improve their appearance.
A crown is used to replace a damaged or decayed tooth, while a bridge is used to fill in a gap left by a missing tooth. Both crowns and bridges are made from durable materials and can last for many years with proper care.
Key Differences Between Crown & Bridges
While crowns and bridges serve similar functions, there are some key differences between them. For instance, bridges are usually made from porcelain or ceramic, while crowns can be made from a variety of materials, including porcelain, ceramic, metal, or composite. Additionally, bridges are usually supported by adjacent teeth, while crowns can be supported by implants or natural teeth.
Both procedures are considered to be very successful in most cases, and patients typically see a significant improvement in their smile after treatment. If you’re considering getting a dental prosthetic, we will help you determine whether a crown or bridge is right for you.
Payment Options / Plans
Payment plans are essentially loans, which can support you in managing the high cost of dental treatment. Rather than paying for your dental work in an upfront lumpsum, a payment plan allows you to pay in instalments over a period of time. We have onboard, payment plan service providers who will make your payment plan’s instalments even more affordable.
There are several payment options available at our surgery including Cash, Cheque, EFTPOS, Credit Card, HICAPS, AMEX and Direct Deposit.