Fix Damage With Dental Crowns & Bridges in Kennewick, WA
No matter how bad your dental damage, our Kennewick, WA dentists can likely repair it with dental crowns and bridges. A bridge replaces missing teeth, whether one or a few. A crown covers your entire tooth to mend breaks, cracks, or severe decay. It can also hide cosmetic issues such as deep stains or misshapen teeth.
A dental crown:
- Restores your tooth’s appearance
- Strengthens your tooth and protects it from further damage
- Improves your oral function
- Replaces missing teeth when used as part of a dental bridge or when attached to a dental implant
- Lasts many years with proper care
We Use Only the Best Materials for Our Crowns
At Grandridge Dental, we use only the best materials for our dental restorations. For crowns, that includes a type of zirconia called BruxZir, which earned a Dental Advisor Product Award in 2017. Compared to other types of zirconia, it is:
- More natural looking
- Practically impervious to chips or breaks
- Extremely resistant to wear or staining
Less modification of your tooth is required than for porcelain crowns. Unlike porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns, our dentists won’t need to fuse your BruxZir crown to a metal base. You won’t have to worry about a noticeable dark line at your gums.
Restore Your Smile With a Dental Crown in a Single Day
With our CEREC technology, you can get a dental crown in a single day. Our dentists can design your crown with sophisticated software, then produce it using our in-office milling machine. That means you won’t have to wear a temporary crown while you wait for an outside lab to manufacture your restoration, a process that often takes a week or more. Every situation is different, and our dentists will consult with you to determine whether you’re a good candidate for a same-day crown.
For more information on dental crowns and bridges, call 509-380-9046. Our office, located at 7103 W. Grandridge Blvd., is especially convenient for Kennewick, WA residents of zip code 99336. We’re near Kamiakin High School and the Three Rivers Convention Center.