Is your smile affected by chips, cracks, damage or decay? Do you have missing teeth? Wishing there was a way to improve the health, functionality, and appearance of your smile? At Katy Dental Experts in Katy, TX, we are proud to offer both dental crowns and bridges for our patients that have flawed or missing teeth they’d like to restore.
Think you may need dental crowns in Katy? For our patients that suffer from damaged, decayed or discolored teeth, we offer dental crowns. They are a durable treatment option for concealing any flaws a patient may be concerned about. During your appointment, we will evaluate your teeth and help match your crown with your existing smile so that it blends in for a natural look.
Considering dental bridges in Katy to restore your smile? For our patients that are missing one or more teeth, a fixed dental bridge can be a stable and durable option for restoring the function and appearance of their smile. A fixed bridge must be supported by natural teeth, or in some situations dental implants, and is attached to provide support and stability.
For our patients that aren’t interested in a fixed bridge, we also offer removable bridges. They are also a durable option for tooth replacement, but unlike fixed bridges, they can be removed to eat or to clean the teeth. For a removable bridge, adjacent natural teeth or dental implants must be present for the bridge to attach to.
Wondering if one of our dental bridges in Katy is the right option for you? Schedule a consultation today.
Ready to achieve that smile you’ve always dreamed about? Contact our Katy dental office today to schedule your appointment. We’d be happy to examine your teeth, gums and overall oral health to determine if a dental crown or bridge treatment option may be best for you.
Dr Jeffrey Chu received his B.A degree in Accounting from University of California Santa Barbara. After working as a financial analyst for a few years, he realized he enjoys working and interacting with people directly. He chose to pursue dentistry and earned his DDS from New York University College of Dentistry in 2005.