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Pallotto Dental Care
Family and General Dentistry

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Dental Crowns and Bridges

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Choosing a dentist in Lansing is a big decision for your family's health. Having questions is a natural part of choosing a dentist, and we welcome yours.

Here are some of the most common questions patients ask about our dental services when they call or come by the office. If you have questions that are not addressed on this list, just give us a call. Our team is standing by to help.

Dental Crowns and Bridges

At Pallotto Dental Care, we want you to have a beautiful smile and healthy teeth. This is why we recommend dental crowns and bridges in Lansing, IL—a practical and affordable solution to Woman | Dental Crowns & Bridges Lansing ILtooth damage and loss.

If you have missing or damaged teeth, it can influence your self-esteem, change the way you eat, and even put your healthy teeth in jeopardy.

When a tooth is damaged or weak, it is vulnerable to breakage and infection.

When you have a missing tooth

When teeth are missing, your diet is limited to foods that are easy to chew. Additionally, missing teeth cause existing teeth to shift. This leads to erosion as your bite changes.  Erosion puts you at risk for cavities and dental infections.

When you have damaged teeth

If you have a damaged tooth due to trauma or a failed root canal, our top Lansing, IL dentist recommends a dental crown to restore your tooth and keep it strong. A  Dental crown fits over a damaged or week tooth, and it is colored and shaped to blend in with your teeth.

If you have missing teeth, a bridge and crowns solution is a great way to restore appearance and function. A dental bridge means a natural-looking replacement tooth is suspended between two dental crowns. These crowns fit over adjacent teeth and the replacement tooth fills the space where your tooth is missing.

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In response to the ADA and ISDS recommendations regarding the COVID-19 virus, our office will be temporarily closed until further notice. Our team will continue to respond to calls and emails during this time. Patients with a true dental emergency will still be provided care by appointment. New and existing patients are also welcome to call or email to schedule future appointments. Thank you so much for your understanding.