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Dental Crowns and Bridges

restorative dentistry with dental crown and dental bridge in GrapevineCrowns and bridges are a tried-and-true way to close the gaps in your smile and replace missing teeth. They’re safe, long-lasting, and now built more lifelike than ever.

What is a Dental Crown?

A dental crown, also known as a tooth crown or cap, is a restoration that is placed over a tooth to protect it from infection, decay, and fractures. It can also restore the tooth’s original size and shape.

Dental crowns allow us to preserve what’s left of your natural teeth. All of our dental crowns are one hundred percent mercury-free to ensure optimal safety for all our patients. Each crown is custom-made with the highest quality materials to resemble the patient’s natural teeth as closely as possible.

CEREC Same Day Dental Crowns

Traditionally, tooth crowns take days or even weeks to design and construct. But with new CEREC technology, we can design, print, and install your dental crown right here in our office in the span of a single visit!

Our state-of-the-art CEREC machine eliminates the need for temporary tooth crowns by taking high-resolution digital images of your mouth and constructing a tooth all within one appointment.

tooth crown and dental crowns in Southlake and ColleyvilleDental Bridges

Dental bridges are another form of restorative dentistry that can give your smile a second chance.

A bridge is a group of two or more dental crowns fused together in order to replace—or bridge a gap over—a section of missing teeth. Dental bridges are a time-tested way of replacing missing teeth.

Complete Your Smile at Mason Dental!

If you’re suffering from tooth damage or decay, there are now more solutions available to you than ever before! Don’t live with gaps in your smile. To learn more about our CEREC technology or other forms of restorative dentistry, give us a call or visit our office.


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