Restore Your Smile With Crowns And Bridges


Dental crowns and bridges from our dentist at Haggerty Dental in Plymouth, MI, offer a transformative solution for damaged or missing teeth, restoring your smile's form and function. Whether dealing with a cracked or missing tooth, these dental prosthetics can help you regain your confidence and oral health.

What are dental crowns and bridges?

Dental crowns are custom-made caps that snugly fit over weakened or damaged teeth, providing protection and reinforcement. Made from materials like porcelain, ceramic, metal, or a combination, crowns blend seamlessly with your natural teeth, restoring appearance and function.

Dental bridges are used to replace missing teeth. They consist of one or more artificial teeth anchored to adjacent natural teeth or dental implants. Bridges fill gaps and prevent neighboring teeth from shifting out of place, maintaining proper alignment and bite.

How are they placed?

After an initial consultation and examination, our dentist will prepare the affected teeth by removing a portion of enamel to accommodate the crown or bridge. Impressions are then taken to create precise molds, ensuring an exact fit. While permanent prosthetics are crafted in a dental lab, temporary crowns or bridges may be placed to protect your teeth.

Once ready, the final crowns or bridges are carefully fitted and bonded into place, ensuring optimal comfort and function. These restorations can last many years with diligent home care and regular dental visits.

What are the benefits?

Dental crowns and bridges restore chewing efficiency, improve speech clarity, and help maintain facial structure by preventing bone loss associated with missing teeth. Additionally, they distribute bite forces evenly, reducing the risk of further dental complications like TMJ disorders.

If you're ready to reclaim your confidence and oral health, contact us today to learn if crowns and bridges are right for you.


Contact Haggerty Dental About Crowns and Bridges Today!

  • Replace one or more missing teeth
  • Restore natural bite and chewing function
  • Improve speech and pronunciation
  • Reduce the risk of future complications
  • Optimize the health and function of your smile!