Dear Respected Patients:
California Dental Association is advising dental practices to limit patient treatment due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. It is recommended that dentists practicing in California suspend nonessential dental care .
Therefore, we are suspending all of non-essential dental appointments till April 30th, 2020.

This may change as the situation develops.
Dr Albik will be available to see you for essential services. please call or text our office to discuss your dental needs.
We wish you and your loved ones the best of health and happiness.
El Dorado Family Dental
Cosmetic Dentistry in El Dorado Hills, CA

How do crowns and bridges work?

Dental crowns work alone or in conjunction with dental implant posts or dental bridges. We also use dental crowns across dentistry because they are versatile and serve a variety of purposes.

A dental crown provides support to a tooth compromised by root infection or trauma. Your dentist in El Dorado Hills, CA caps the weak tooth to create a buffer between the tooth and your bite.

A dental crown also conceals tooth flaws like chips, discoloration, small gaps between teeth, and shape abnormalities.

In implant dentistry, a dental crown tops a dental implant post to complete the implant process.

A dental crown also works in harmony with a dental bridge.

A dental bridge is a replacement tooth or teeth suspended between dental crowns—one on either side. These crowns top healthy teeth and allow the restorations to fill your smile gap.

This is an ideal tooth replacement solution because it restores the look and function of your smile. It is also an affixed appliance, which makes it stable and dependable.

Bridge Your Smile with a Dental Bridge

If you would like to schedule a consult for a dental bridge in El Dorado Hills, CA, or if you have questions about tooth replacement, contact our dental office today.

We look forward to helping you reach your smile goals.

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