Dental Crowns and Bridges, Kent, MO
If you are curious about whether you're an ideal candidate for crowns and bridges in Kent, MO, or want to learn more about other dental services available at Martin Dental & Associates, speak with our associates today to book an appointment.
Who is a Good Candidate for Dental Crowns & Bridges?
Various dental services available that can quickly and effectively restore the function of your natural teeth and the lustrous appearance of your smile, but one of the most seamless and durable techniques is dental crowns and bridges in Kent, MO.
Crowns and Bridges are a flexible solution for restoring your smile when paired together and come in different sizes which makes customization seamless.
During your appointment with Dr. Martin, there are several elements that he'll look for, including cracked or missing teeth, the health of your existing teeth, and the status of your gums. The following factors could indicate that you are an ideal candidate for dental crowns and bridges in Kent, MO:
- Patients that are serious about permanently restoring the appearance and function of their natural smile
- Those with cracked, chipped, or missing teeth
- Patients that aren't allergic to metal
- Patients that have, at minimum, two healthy teeth on both sides of where the full or partial bridge will be inserted - bridges need durable roots. If there aren't enough existing teeth for a bridge, you could be an ideal candidate for dental implants
Why Choose Martin Dental & Associates for Kent Crowns and Bridges?
Martin Dental & Associates has restored the smiles of residents in the Greater St. Louis Area for over 30 years. Dr. Martin is knowledgeable in many different types of dentistry services, including general, cosmetic, surgical, and complete health dentistry. If you are curious about dental crowns or bridges in Kent, MO, or would like to know more about our other dental services, call (314) 739-1222 (Maryland Heights), (573) 764-2425 (Gerald), or contact our dental associates today to book an appointment with Dr. Martin.