Rebuild your smile, confidence, and health with crowns and bridges for teeth in sunny Fort Lauderdale, FL
Crowns and bridges for teeth in Fort Lauderdale, FL complement Go Natural Dentistry’s focus on conservative and biocompatible techniques and materials. Plus, no one will know that you have had “work done.” The “rebuilt” teeth that Dr. Yolanda Cintron designs and places look no different than healthy natural teeth. In our corner of southeast Florida, we appreciate that vibrant health and youthful smiles are coveted. Our community gets 3,000 hours of sunshine each year. And you deserve to have a sunny smile and disposition and to be able to get the most out of the entertainment and recreational opportunities that we have easy access to here. Attractive crowns and bridges may just give you the confidence boost that you need to enjoy all that the Miami metro has to offer. And, due to Dr. Cintron’s biological principles, these cosmetic benefits are also accompanied by a number of whole-body and wellness benefits.
Preserving what Mother Nature intends
Modern dentistry has made significant strides; for instance, Dr. Cintron has placed dental implants that are made like natural teeth (with tooth roots) for more than 25 years. As much as these tooth replacement options have progressed in terms of their natural appearance and function, there is still no lab-made tooth that precisely duplicates natural tooth material. Partially for this reason, Go Natural Dentistry recommends conservative treatments first. These procedures are designed to produce the least amount of trauma to the treated tooth and to preserve a maximum amount of natural tissue. It just so happens that the biocompatible (tissue-friendly) materials that we use are “conservative” by their nature. When, for instance, you need to have an inlay or onlay (partial crown) to repair decayed areas, less natural tooth structure must be removed to accommodate the composite resin or other dental ceramics. In this manner, more of the natural tooth is preserved for optimal function and looks. Inlays and onlays themselves are also conservative alternatives to full-coverage crowns.
Should you have more extensive decay or damage, a biocompatible porcelain crown will be created to fit over the natural, prepared tooth structure. In doing so, the appearance and structure of the tooth are restored. While extractions are always a last resort, at Go Natural Dentistry, they may be a preferred alternative to potentially “leaving behind” harmful pathogens as part of the root canal procedure. We are happy to discuss tooth replacement options, such as dental bridges, with you. Bridges may be supported by “anchor” teeth on either side of the gap, or by dental implants that Dr. Cintron expertly places in the jawbone.
Schedule your appointment with her by calling the Fort Lauderdale, FL office at (855) 381-6001.