You can restore beauty and function to your smile with our reliable dental crowns and bridges in Kelowna. These restorative dentistry techniques can rebuild and transform weak, damaged, or unsightly teeth.
Get Dental Crowns in Kelowna
Dental crowns are also known as teeth caps because they perfectly cap the visible portion of the tooth. A tooth crown can improve a problem tooth that is:
- Worn down
- Chipped or cracked
Here at Choose Your Smile in Kelowna, also serving West Kelowna, we create beautiful porcelain crown made from the most appealing and durable high-quality materials. Your teeth caps are fashioned to comfortably fit your natural teeth.
“Approximately 5 years ago we were referred by Dr. Malfair by a good friend and have not looked back since! We find his office staff to be highly proficient and very friendly. Stephen is a personable, incredibly knowledgeable and talented dentist that we recommend to all our family and friends. With my challenging bridgework, both Stephen and Natalie were extremely meticulous, striving for beyond perfection. I am thrilled with my results and both my husband and I LOVE the ‘First Class’ dental office and LOVE my new smile!”
–Jody Brooks & Fred Strong
During your first tooth crown visit, Dr. Malfair will prepare the teeth by removing a small portion of enamel. This preparation stage will create sufficient room for the tooth crown to fit without appearing bulky or fake. He will take impressions of your teeth and send them to the lab so they can create your custom porcelain crowns.
At your second visit, Dr. Malfair will remove your temporary teeth caps and check the fit of your permanent dental crowns. If you are happy with the appearance of your new dental crowns, he will permanently bond them to the teeth.
Get Dental Bridges in Kelowna
If you are missing one or more teeth, we can use an aesthetically pleasing dental bridge to “bridge” the gap. Your dental bridge will improve your speaking and chewing ability and restore your self-confidence. Our patients may choose either a fixed or traditional dental bridge.
A traditional dental bridge is held in place by two porcelain crowns placed on the teeth on either side of the gap. A fixed dental bridge is anchored by a few strategically placed dental implant and offers additional security. With 2-3 visits to our office, you can restore your full and complete smile with an appealing dental bridge.