What's the difference between a crown and a bridge?
A crown is a “cap” on a single tooth. This covers the tooth that is above the gumline. A bridge consists of two crowns on two teeth adjacent to a space. These two crowns are then connected in the middle by one fake tooth. A crown and a bridge are both cemented onto the natural tooth and are not removable. If you have questions about crowns or bridges contact our Edina MN office today by calling (952) 922-5561.
I am so glad that I found Dr Rachel Holm at 50th and France Dental Care. I came to her with a complicated problem and she fixed it. She is ... Read More
Everyone, at some point, will need the services of a dentist. When that day comes, we hope they are caring, competent and skilled. My dentist, Dr. Rachel Holm, combines all ... Read More