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Crown and Bridge

About Crown and Bridge Procedures     Crowns are done to protect the teeth that are severely broken down, that have large restorations, that have had root canals, and teeth that have cracks in them. Different materials are used for crowns. Porcelain and ceramic crowns are esthetically gorgeous whereas gold crowns are used for strength. The type of crown used depends on the circumstance and patient preference. Bridges are basically crowns connected together. They are used to replace missing teeth and can be done in a relatively short period of time. This was the treatment of choice prior to the advancement of implants. Bridges can fill this void.
These are actual patients of  Dr. Niemoeller

Case 1

Case 1

Upper front four teeth with old, failing porcelain crowns replaced with all ceramic crowns.
Case 2

Case 2

This case was an extreme wear reconstruction involving upper and lower posterior teeth. Individual porcelain crowns were done
Case 3

Case 3

The upper four front teeth were extracted and a porcelain bridge was done extending from first molar to first molar. I think the porcelain work from the dental lab is gorgeous.
Case 4

Case 4

An upper front tooth that had a root canal fractured at the gum line. A post and core and porcelain crown was done to replace the tooth.
Case 5

Case 5

Case 6

Case 6

This patient was involved in a bar fight. The teeth were restored with ceramic crowns and composite resin (one with a pin in it).
Case 7

Case 7

This patient had three lower incisors extracted and replaced with a porcelain bridge extending from first molar to first molar.
Case 8

Case 8

This patient wanted to improve her six upper front teeth. There is a mismatch of crowns and composite resin veneers. I think her smile is greatly improved.
Case 9

Case 9

This patient had two old, very white opaque crowns that did not match the shade of the rest of his teeth. They were replaced with all ceramic crowns.

Contact Information

PHONE:
302-737-3320
EMAIL:
Smile@NemoDentistry.com

Location

Dr. Stephen Niemoeller, D.M.D, PA
523 Capitol Trail
Newark, DE 19711