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You’ve probably heard of dental crowns and dental bridges. Perhaps your brother had a crown or “cap” placed after suffering a huge cavity. Or your aunt’s dental bridge was the talk of Thanksgiving dinner. But what are dental crowns and bridges? What’s the difference?

Both are important tools in restorative dentistry, but they have different uses. A dental crown is often used to strengthen or support a damaged tooth. A dental bridge is used to replace one or more missing teeth.

Take a look at this infographic to learn more about dental crowns and bridges. Then, if you’re in need of high-quality restorative dentistry, contact 1st In Smiles. Our Plano, TX office is able to provide durable and natural looking restorations! Call us at 972-380-8105