Are you among the 1/3 of Americans who aren’t satisfied with their smile?

If so, then you’ve likely looked into what dental procedures like veneers, invisible aligners, and perhaps even dentures can do to boost your confidence — and make you smile wider than ever before.

But have you stopped to consider the many ways in which crowns and bridges can improve not only your smile but also your overall oral health?

If not, now is the time to do so.

Keep reading this post to learn about a few of the main benefits of dental crowns and bridges, and learn where you can get the best possible dental care.

1. They’re Durable and Long-Lasting

We know that you’re likely not interested in dental procedures that force you to come back to your dentist’s office all the time for touch-ups, repairs, and replacements.

Luckily, crowns and bridges are long-lasted and durable. As long as you take good care of them, they can last for well over fifteen years.

In addition to their incredible durability, the installation process is nowhere near as time-consuming and invasive as most people fear.

They also work to protect weak teeth, ensuring that they don’t break and lead to painful, expensive future dental procedures like extractions. They also serve as a kind of barrier against tooth decay.

2. Dental Bridges and Crowns Offer Cosmetic Benefits

Perhaps the most well-known benefits of dental crown and bridge installations are the cosmetic improvements they create.

The unfortunate truth is that bad teeth can negatively affect your romantic prospects, your self-confidence, and even your job search.

Crowns and bridges can, quite literally, improve every aspect of your life.

You can say goodbye to discoloration and stains, chips and cracks in the teeth, a snaggletooth, crooked teeth, and much more. Because bridges and crowns are custom-made and molded to fit your teeth, they’ll also look completely natural.

3. They Improve Your Speech

Do you feel like gaps in your teeth, your tooth placement, or other oral health issues are causing major problems with your speech?

Are you concerned that people may think you’re drunk, mentally challenged, or just won’t take you seriously because of your current speech issues?

If so, then you should absolutely consider crowns and bridges for teeth.

When you replace a missing tooth or repair a cracked one, you’ll be able to stop the whistling, clicking, and even stuttering and slurring that can so often happen in those with poor oral health.

4. You Can Chew Comfortably Again

Tired of dealing with pain every time you chew harder foods — or sometimes even softer ones?

Crowns and bridges can help by evenly distributing the force chewing creates throughout the teeth and mouth. This will eliminate much of the pain that a problematic bite so often causes.

Bring on the carrots, popcorn, and apples.

Are Crowns and Bridges Right for You?

We hope that this post has helped you to better understand the many benefits of dental crowns and bridges.

Of course, in order to get these benefits, you need to get the highest possible quality of care.

That’s where we come in.

Schedule your appointment with us today and start smiling freely again.