Receive a Stronger & Healthier Smile With Dental Implant Crowns & Bridges in Birmingham

If you have recently had a tooth removed or have a gap in your smile, Newingham Dental Center’s dental implant crowns and bridges are excellent options to replace missing teeth and restore your smile.

Your dentists here are experts at dental implant restorations, and they can provide you with a natural-looking dental implant crown or bridge that will:

  • Boost your confidence
  • Allow you to chew more comfortably
  • Promote better overall oral health

We offer consultations at our office, so call 248-972-8720 to discuss how beneficial implant crowns and bridges can be for you!

Improve & Protect Your Smile With Implant Crowns & Bridges

Many people don’t realize that missing a tooth for a long period of time can lead to negative health effects for your other teeth and your mouth. For example, the bone in your jaw requires regular stimulation from your teeth. If you are missing teeth, the bone will slowly deteriorate and recede. In addition, your other teeth may start to move out of their proper place if you don’t fill the gaps in your teeth.

Dental implant crowns and bridges function just like natural teeth, which means they improve:

  • Your Appearance – Your replacement teeth will perfectly match your natural teeth, so you can happily share your smile again.
  • Your Speech – With a fully restored smile, you’ll be able to speak clearly again.
  • Your Health – A dental implant will provide healthy stimulation to your jawbone to keep it strong. It will also allow you to chew harder and/or nutritious foods, such as apples and nuts.

Easily Get Your New Dental Implant Crown or Bridge

Our staff has years of experience preparing dental implant crowns for our patients. The implant itself, a replacement tooth root that attaches to your jawbone, is placed right here in our office, rather than referring you to a specialist.

Here’s how we use dental implants to restore your smile:

  • Dr. Grabiel will place one or more dental implants in your jaw. Usually your implant will need to heal fully before you return to our office to receive your restoration.
  • We take an impression of your teeth to make sure that your new dental crown or bridge will fit perfectly in your mouth.
  • We pay extremely close attention to the color of your surrounding teeth, so that your crown will completely blend in and will be indistinguishable from your real teeth.
  • We create your crown or bridge in one day using our CEREC machine, present it for your approval, and place it on the implant.

With our highly skilled placement and our commitment to perfect restorations, your dental implant crowns or bridges will restore your smile to its natural and stunning beauty! We can also provide implant-retained dentures if you are missing many or all of your teeth. They are guaranteed not to slip out of place and will give you a dependably strong bite.

Call us today at 248-972-8720 to schedule your consultation for dental implant crowns and bridges.

Common Questions About Dental Implant Crowns and Bridges

How long do dental implant crowns and bridges last?

The average dental implant crown or bridge will last for approximately five to seven years, although your restoration may give you great performance for 10 years or longer if you maintain good oral hygiene and avoid eating foods that compromise it. We’ll be happy to provide you instructions on how to keep your crown or bridge fully functional for as long as possible.

How much do dental implant crowns and bridges cost?

Because dental implant crowns and bridges are used in many ways, the price for your new crown or bridge can vary significantly. We encourage you to schedule a consultation so your dentist can examine your mouth and create a treatment plan. At that time, we can give you an accurate price on your dental repair.

Will insurance cover dental implant crowns and bridges?

Many dental insurance plans will cover at least a portion of your treatment using implant crowns and bridges, usually half. We recommend you check with your insurance carrier to determine exactly what is and isn’t covered before you begin treatment. That way you’ll know your exact cost, and there won’t be any surprises in store.