Crowns and Bridges from Our Dentist in Wheeling, IL
If you have a cracked, broken, or diseased tooth, you can preserve the remaining tooth and tissue with a custom-fitted dental crown. A crown can also root a bridge, filling in adjacent gaps caused by missing teeth. As important as it is to consider what type of material you want your crown to be made of, it is more important to choose an experienced dentist to advise you on, design, build, and install your crown. Our dentist in Wheeling, IL, is here to help you.
Depend on Northwest Implant Dental Spa when you need Chicago dental implants and additional services. Backed by more than 25 years of experience, Dr. Daniel Y. Kim DDS, DICOI, has the tools and expertise to provide superior dental care. Dr. Kim offers a wide array of quality care, specializing in mouth reconstruction services. His patients have access to the latest advancements in dentistry available, giving them bites that are as strong as their smiles are beautiful.
Porcelain crowns, gold crowns, and other types of materials give patients their bites and smiles back. Whether you want to restore the function of your teeth or make cosmetic modifications, you can depend on us for quality results. In some situations, we’re even able to offer same-day dental crowns. Schedule a free consultation today to discuss your options. We use the finest materials to make crowns, including the following:
- Cubic Zirconia
- Stainless Steel
- Metals: Gold, Palladium, & Chromium
Are Dental Bridges Right for You?
As frustrating as one missing tooth can be, multiple missing teeth are even worse. Eating and speaking difficulties are amplified, while also causing the face to sag and, in some cases, even corrosion of the jawbone. When there are multiple missing teeth and large gaps, it’s generally a good idea to explore the viability of different types of dental bridges. The following are the four main types of bridges we provide:
- The Implant Supported Bridge involves the insertion of two or more implants to anchor a bridge, filling an empty gap.
- A Traditional Bridge uses remaining teeth to serve as pillars for a bridge.
- The Cantilever Dental Bridge turns a single tooth into an anchor for minimal gaps.
- A Maryland Bonded Bridge is the most common type bridge for closing a gap between front teeth.
Schedule a Free Consultation to Discuss Crowns & Bridges
Receive the highest level of care available when you’re thinking about dental crowns and bridges. With our on-site CAD/CAM laboratory, we’re able to design, manufacture, and fit high-quality crowns, implants, and bridges while you wait. We are happy to listen to your goals and restrictions, and to offer a solution that addresses each and every item on your agenda.
Restore your bite with crowns, bridges, and other dental implants. Contact us for a consultation about your options.