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Dental Crowns & Bridges - Lawrenceburg, IN

Strong Restorations for Hurting or Missing Teeth

If you have damaged or lost teeth due to accident, injury, or gum disease, Dr. Brian Oyler and his dedicated team can create a custom-made crown or bridge to restore health to your smile. These quality restorations will not only renew your smile’s appearance, but they can also bring back oral function and strength, correct bite misalignments, and even improve speech. Contact our Lawrenceburg, IN practice today to schedule a consultation! We look forward to welcoming patients from Bright, Aurora, Greendale, and beyond.

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Why Choose Oyler Family Dentistry for Dental Crowns & Bridges?

  • Advanced E4D Technology for Same-Day Crowns
  • Customized Treatment for Every Patient
  • Emergency Patients Welcome

Dental Crowns

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A dental crown is designed to cover a single tooth while restoring its natural appearance and structure. We may recommend having a new crown placed to address a wide variety of issues, including severe tooth decay, weakened tooth structure, oral damage, and purely aesthetic complaints. Our Lawrenceburg practice can create your new, personalized dental crown in just one appointment with advanced E4D technology.

Dental Bridges

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A bridge is a prosthetic tooth (or teeth) that attaches on one or both sides to teeth covered with dental crowns. A fixed bridge is permanently joined to neighboring abutment teeth (crowned teeth) and consists of three basic units: the false tooth or teeth (called a pontic) and the two abutment crowns. The style of bridge we recommend depends upon the strength and health of the abutment teeth as well as the location of the gap in relation to the rest of your dentition. If healthy adjacent abutment teeth aren't available, a surgically implanted metal post, known as a dental implant, may offer a solid alternative.