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Jackson Dental
Crowns & Bridges

Restore Your Smile

At Jackson Family Dentistry, Dr. Major has years of experience placing dental crowns & bridges to restore damaged or missing teeth and give you your smile back.

Restore Your Natural Teeth
Long-Lasting Results
Complete Treatment in 2 visits

The Benefits of Dental Crowns & Bridges

Fast Results

It usually takes only two appointments at Jackson Family Dentistry to build and place a dental crown or bridge.

Restore Function & Appearance

At our office, Dr. Major focuses on both restorative treatment and cosmetic results. Not only will your new teeth feel totally natural, but they will look great, too.

Long-Lasting Results

Crowns and bridges can easily last 10-15+ years with proper care, allowing you to restore damaged or missing teeth and enjoy your smile for years to come.

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"Dr. Charmoli demonstrates the highest caliber of professionalism and empathy for his patients, definitely had bad experiences with many dentists out there but I put my full trust in Dr. Charmoli!"

David A.

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"Dr. Charmoli demonstrates the highest caliber of professionalism and empathy for his patients, definitely had bad experiences with many dentists out there but I put my full trust in Dr. Charmoli!"

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Understanding Dental Crowns & BRidges

Dental crowns are tooth-shaped dental prostheses that are placed over your existing tooth to cover up all of the remaining enamel and protect the underlying tooth structure. Crowns are typically used when your tooth has been severely damaged by an oral injury or decay.

A dental bridge is similar, but bridges are used to treat missing teeth. A bridge uses two dental crowns, which are attached to two healthy “abutment” teeth next to the socket where your missing tooth used to be. Then, a false tooth (pontic) is attached to these two crowns and suspended between them, literally “bridging” the gap where your missing tooth used to be.

The Placement Process

The placement process for both crowns and bridges is quite similar. First, Dr. Major will clean and numb your mouth. You can also be sedated if you feel this will make you more comfortable. Next, your damaged tooth will be trimmed and shaped to create a stable platform onto which the crown can be bonded.

Once each tooth has been trimmed, Dr. Major will take images and scans of your mouth. This information will be sent to a third-party dental lab, where your crown or bridge will be manufactured. You will be sent home with a temporary crown or bridge, and as soon as we receive your permanent prosthetic, Dr. Major will attach it with dental cement.

Frequently Asked Questions About Dental Crowns & Bridges

AM I a Good Candidate for a Dental Crown?

If you have a damaged tooth that cannot be treated with a filling, a dental crown may be the right restorative option for you. Patients with missing teeth can benefit from a dental bridge. To find out whether these treatments are the best options for you, contact us for a consultation. You can reach our team at (262) 677-3003, or stop by our office at N168W20060 Main Street, Jackson, WI 53037.

Does it Hurt to Get a Dental Crown or Bridge?

No! We numb the treatment area, and we can even provide you with sedation if you wish. The process is totally pain-free, though some soreness is common in the days following the procedure.