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One of the most common restorative dentistry treatments available, dental crowns and bridges offer dental patients a smart solution to tooth loss or damage. At Lane & Associates, we provide crowns and bridges in Raleigh, Durham, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and beyond from the convenience of our dentist office locations across North Carolina.
A crown is a type of dental restoration that caps a damaged tooth or dental implant to prevent further breakage or prevent a (typically large) cavity from threatening the health of the tooth or gums. Crowns are securely bonded to the surface of the tooth to ensure longevity.
A bridge is a non-removable prosthesis constructed to replace one or more missing teeth. The teeth on either side of the existing space are used to anchor the bridge to restore functionality as well as aesthetics. Dental bridges are also used to keep surrounding teeth from moving out of place after tooth loss.
Because Lane & Associates is a CEREC dentist, we are able to provide our patients with one-day solutions to many of their restorative dentistry needs — including ceramic crowns. Be sure to ask about our CEREC one-day therapy when you request your appointment with our restorative dentists in Raleigh-Durham or surrounding areas in the Triangle and Triad!
Give us a call today at 1-877-526-3337, or contact us online to get started.
Lane & Associates has dental offices in Angier, Biscoe, Cary (Green Level West and Renaissance Park), Dunn, Durham (Miami Blvd and Broad St), Erwin, Fayetteville, Fuquay-Varina, Garner (Ortho location), Greensboro, Knightdale, Lillington, Mt. Olive, Pittsboro, Raleigh (Ridge Rd, Harvest Oaks, Wake Forest Rd, Oral location and Ortho location), Roseboro, Sanford (Tiffany Dr and Horner Blvd) and Winston-Salem providing dental crowns and bridges to individuals and families across the Triangle and Triad.