Crowns and Bridges in Main Line, PA
Highly-durable, natural-looking crowns
Dr. Snider custom crafts natural-looking crowns and bridges to repair and replace missing teeth. A dental crown is placed over an existing tooth while a dental bridge is permanently placed between two crowns to fill in empty spaces left by missing teeth.
If you have worn, broken-down or missing teeth, crowns and bridges can return your smile to full health, function and beauty. Having placed thousands of crowns and tooth restorations during his 25 years in dentistry, Dr. Snider is highly skilled in matching the proper color and shape of your teeth.
Dr. Snider was voted Main Line’s Best Cosmetic Dentist and has the experience and knowledge to restore your smile to natural-looking beauty. Scroll down the page to learn more about Dr. Snider’s quality Crowns and Bridges.
Beautiful, permanent Crowns to restore your smile to health and beauty
Dr. Snider creates permanent, natural-looking crowns for you that are made to last.
Crowns are a type of dental restoration which when cemented into place fully cover the portion of a tooth that lies at and above the gum line. A crown or cap protects the underlying tooth.
You may need a crown because of:
- Extensive tooth decay
- Large metal or tooth-colored fillings, that weaken the remaining tooth
- Broken or cracked teeth
- A tooth that has had root canal therapy
- A misaligned or misshaped tooth
- Teeth that have large fillings that are breaking down and cannot be refilled
Sometimes a crown is not the optimum solution and other dental procedures such as porcelain veneers or dental bonding are more appropriate.
Dr. Snider has placed thousands of crowns and can create a new, beautiful smile for you.
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Dental bridges are used to fill gaps between the teeth where a tooth has fallen out or been removed. Dr. Snider has over 25 years of experience designing and placing bridges that fit perfectly and match your other teeth.
Why would I need a Bridge?
It is important to fill any gaps or spaces between the teeth and a bridge is the best way to accomplish that. A typical bridge consists of a filler tooth that is attached to two surrounding crowns. Once complete, the bridge structure is bonded into the mouth.
Gaps can cause chewing problems. If even one tooth is missing, other teeth may slowly shift out of place and that can change the way your teeth fit together.
Come in for an examination and discuss your options with Dr. Snider.
Call us at 610-642-6965 to make an appointment or click here to request an appointment online.