Dental Crowns and Bridges Restore Your Smile’s Beauty
  • Regain full oral function with a crown or bridge
  • Sedation options are available
  • Convenient early morning apointments are available

Repair Your Teeth With Dental Crowns & Bridges in Anoka

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Even when you’re careful, dental damage or tooth loss can happen at any time. A blow to the face while playing sports or using your teeth to open a package are two of the many ways you can harm your smile. When you need tooth repair, we often use dental crowns and bridges in Anoka to restore your smile. They will:

  • Give you back the health and function of your teeth
  • Rebuild your beautiful smile
  • Blend in naturally with your other teeth
  • Allow you to eat what you want without limitation
  • Reduce your risk for further dental complications

Call 763-401-6430 for an appointment. You can schedule an appointment with us as early as 7:30 a.m.

Enjoy Meals Again With a Crown or Bridge

Whether you require a crown or bridge, you want the best materials for your new restoration. Your dentists, Drs. Keller and Vasko, work with an outside lab with the same high standards as our practice. They are a third-generation team that uses top-quality materials. As a result, your new teeth will look beautiful and last for many years.

When you come in for an appointment, we’ll start with an exam and take digital X-rays to determine what’s required to restore your smile. Your dentist may recommend:

  • Dental Crown – A crown is our most popular restoration. It’s commonly used to repair large cavities or damage such as breaks and cracks.
  • Dental Bridge – We can replace one or more missing teeth with a dental bridge. A traditional bridge is anchored to your nearby healthy teeth.
  • Inlays or Onlays – These partial crowns are used if a full-sized crown is too large. These aren’t as commonly used, but are done when they are the best option.
  • Implant-Supported Crown – We’ll refer you to a specialist to place a dental implant. Once the implant has healed, you’ll come to our office to get a crown attached to it. This allows you to replace a single tooth without impacting the healthy teeth around it.
  • Implant-Supported Bridge – You can anchor a bridge to implants instead of altering healthy teeth to support it. Unlike a traditional bridge, an implant bridge prevents bone loss in your jaw.

There’s no reason to feel anxious about your appointment. Sedation options are available to take the edge off your nerves.

Call 763-401-6430 for dental crowns and bridges in Anoka.

Common Questions About Dental Crowns and Bridges

How long do dental crowns and bridges last?

Many factors can ultimately determine how long your new crown or bridge will last. The location of the restoration, your at-home dental care regimen, and the types of foods you routinely eat will all play a role. However, you can expect most dental crowns and bridges to last at least five to seven years.

How much do dental crowns and bridges cost?

Your individual cost for crowns and bridges can vary widely, depending on your needs and treatment plan. Placing a single crown is less expensive than filling in a smile gap with a bridge consisting of several replacement teeth. Our team will be happy to cover all the details during a consultation and answer any questions you have about your treatment.

What can dental crowns and bridges be used for?

Dental crowns and bridges are versatile restorations that repair and replace teeth in a variety of ways. Crowns by themselves cap damaged or diseased teeth to strengthen them and prevent problems. Crowns can also be used with dental implants to replace missing teeth. Bridges replace one or more missing teeth in a row by anchoring to your other teeth or to implants.