Dental Associates of Florida - Winter Haven
329 Cypress Gardens Boulevard, Winter Haven, FL 33880
Have you always wondered what it would take to cap a broken tooth or have a replacement front tooth fill in a gap? Call our office today to schedule your appointment and discover how easy it is to have a nice smile once again.
After the dentist removes the decay from your tooth, a tooth filling material fills the cavity. The filling prevents further decay and strengthens the tooth.
Crowns cover weak, damaged or unsightly teeth; bridges are tooth replacement options.
Yes, our dentist offers dental fillings, crowns and bridges so our valued patients do not have to travel to an unfamiliar location to have the work done. If you would like to establish a long-term relationship with a dental practice offering comprehensive services, please call us for an initial appointment.
The cost varies, based on the tooth crown material that you and our dentist select, plus a number of other factors. Our dentist will give you an estimate before starting the work.
There is no one best option for everyone; your choice depends on your budget and whether a noticeable filling would bother you. Call us to schedule an appointment today and our dentist will help you select the best filling for you and go over the tooth filling cost of each of your options.
Dentists usually consider which tooth needs a crown before suggesting either porcelain or ceramic. If one of your molars needs a crown and you are not concerned about the dental crown cost, our dentist may suggest a gold crown.
Crowns can be 1.5 to 2 millimeters thick, so our dentist must reduce the tooth by this amount to make room for the crown. A dental lab will fabricate a custom crown for you. While this is happening, you will receive a temporary crown to wear. Once the crown is finished, it is cemented onto the tooth. Once you verify that it feels right, you are finished with the procedure and can resume normal oral care hygiene.
Your options may include a front tooth fixed bridge supported by the two neighboring teeth or a cantilever bridge, which one tooth supports. Although, the dental bridge cost will change depending on the type selected.
No, part of the dental bridge procedure includes the two visits required to get a bridge. If you have healthy natural teeth on each side to support the abutment, our dentist can have a prosthetic tooth made and install it on your second visit. If you need one or more crowns to support the bridge, you may need additional visits.
If you would like to restore your smile, either with tooth-colored fillings, crowns or a bridge to replace a gap in your smile, contact us today. We will schedule your appointment with a skilled dentist, who will put you at ease and answer all of your questions.
Call our office at (863) 877-1300