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Crowns & Bridges

Protect or replace?

Dental Crowns

Protect your damaged tooth with this beautiful restoration.

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Just as helmets protect our heads, crowns are placed over your compromised teeth to protect them from further damage. What’s more, a crown not only safeguards your tooth but also preserves its integrity so it can function as normal.

At Bond Family Dentistry, we offer full Zirconia crowns to restore your smile’s function and true beauty. This material’s strength and durability, combined with its outstanding aesthetics, makes it an ideal option to bring your smile back to life.

Our restorative dentists in Everett, WA use modern technology and innovative techniques to provide you with a superior experience and beautiful restoration that will make you smile once again!

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How Does It Work?
A common restoration with a regal outcome.
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First Appointment

Placing a crown begins by cleaning and removing all decay in and around the affected tooth. Then, the tooth is shaped to make room for your restoration. Once prepared, we'll take digital impressions to custom-build your crown. While the crown is being created, we'll provide you with a temporary solution to protect your smile.

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Second Appointment

Once the crown is back from the lab, we'll inspect it and make any final adjustments before bonding it into place. The whole process takes place in just two appointments and leaves you with a fully-functional tooth that blends seamlessly with your smile.

Dental Bridges

Let's restore your smile with a discreet and comfortable restoration.

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Dental bridges are custom-made restorations that replace a missing tooth. In addition to restoring your smile, bridges can benefit your health by eliminating potential dental problems such as teeth shifting and related issues, which could cause further tooth loss.

The bridge appliance consists of two crowns attached to either side of an artificial tooth, i.e., the replacement tooth. The crowns are placed over the healthy teeth adjacent to the gap and act as anchors for the new tooth.

When you receive a dental bridge, you benefit from a restored smile functionality while reinstating harmony within your mouth.

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How Does It Work?
Our dentists in Everett, WA give you a sneak peek into how bridges work.
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Step One

Our Everett dentists begin this process by carefully preparing the teeth on either side of your missing tooth (to make room for the crowns). Then, we'll capture digital impressions of your teeth and send the data to our dental lab. The technicians will then create a dental bridge based on our specifications.

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Step Two

Once your appliance has been constructed, your dentists will gently place the crowns over the adjacent teeth. Subsequently, the crowns will provide the necessary support to hold your new artificial tooth in place. Your new bridge fits comfortably into your smile and restores your tooth’s natural look and function.

Super impressive emergency care. I am an established client and have been perfectly happy with the care I have received. During this COVID-19 pandemic, I had a dental emergency, and Dr. Bond did absolutely everything and went above and beyond to accommodate my family and me. I couldn't recommend this office highly enough!

Peggy W. (5-Star Google Review)

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