When you’re suffering with failing teeth that don’t do what they should, or if you’re missing one or more teeth, dental crowns and bridges in Bingham Farms may be just the answer you’ve been looking for. Using these dental restorations, Dr. Groth or Dr. Miller can rebuild your smile and your bite. Afterward, you’ll be able to:
- Smile with more confidence, knowing your teeth are in great shape
- Enjoy all your favorite foods again and open up new menu options
- Prevent further oral health problems and help keep your whole body healthy
- Make better first impressions in your social and professional interactions
Call the Groth Dental team today at 248-965-4108 to schedule a consultation for crowns or bridges. We’re open for early morning appointments three days a week. Plus, laughing gas is always available if you need help relaxing.
Improve Your Smile & Improve Your Life
Having a full set of beautiful, healthy, and fully functional teeth can make a dramatic impact on your life. You’ll feel more confident, plus you won’t have to pick and choose what you’re able to eat. At Groth Dental, we offer a variety of teeth restorations using crowns and bridges, including:
- Individual Crowns For Tooth Repair – Our lab partner will make a beautiful and sturdy crown that we can use to cap a damaged or diseased tooth. It will look as natural as your other teeth, and people will never know it’s there.
- Fixed Dental Bridges – We can fuse two crowns with one or more replacement teeth to fill a gap in your smile. Biting and chewing will be much easier, plus you’ll have a complete smile again.
- Implant-Supported Crowns – To replace a single missing tooth, we can secure a crown to a dental implant that an oral surgeon has placed in your jaw. Eating will be enjoyable again, and the implant will help keep your jawbone healthy.
- Implant-Supported Bridges – Using two or more implants, we can replace several missing teeth in a row. Your new bridge should give you great performance and last for many years.
- Inlays and Onlays – Sometimes known as “partial crowns,” these restorations are used to repair dental damage that a standard filling can’t handle but that doesn’t require an entire crown.