Dental Crowns & Bridges – Bloomfield Hills, MI

Restore Damaged & Missing Teeth with Custom, Lifelike Prosthetics

Crowns and bridges allow board-certified prosthodontist and Diplomate of the American College of Prosthodontics Lisa Kane, DDS, MS, FACP and her team to restore gaps left by one or more teeth as well as fortify teeth that have received treatment in the past. Our team custom-crafts restorations using the highest quality of dental materials like zirconia because it can be customized to match the shade of your surrounding teeth and will withstand daily wear and tear well. The result is a beautiful smile that is healthy and complete! Call our office today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Kane and learn how we can rejuvenate your grin.

Why Choose Lisa Kane, DDS for Dental Crowns & Bridges?

  • Voted Top Doc Detroit for 3 Years Running
  • Board-Certified Prosthodontist with Decades of Experience
  • High-Quality, Durable & Natural-Looking Materials Used

What is a Dental Crown?

Traditional dental crowns are cap-like structures designed to fit over the biting surfaces of teeth. They are also used as an alternative to a traditional dental bridge to replace a single missing tooth within the mouth by being anchored to a dental implant.

Each crown is custom-made and often hand-crafted by a master ceramist using resilient zirconia that is custom shaded to match the color of your natural tooth enamel. After the dental implant has been surgically placed below the gumline, our team can attach the free-standing replacement tooth to complete the arch in your smile, eliminating any need to alter your existing healthy tooth structure. In addition to looking and feeling like a natural tooth, one of our zirconia implant crowns can last for several decades, continuing to serve you throughout your daily life.

What is a Dental Bridge?

Traditional dental bridges are used to replace two or more consecutive missing teeth. These are a popular choice among many patients because they are reliable and well-tested. Board-certified prosthodontist and Diplomate of the American College of Prosthodontics Lisa Kane, DDS, MS, FACP, also crafts them from the same dental-grade zirconia that she uses to make implant crowns, giving have a lifelike appearance while being incredibly durable too.

Bridges are comprised of two main components: the pontics, which are free-standing replacement teeth, and the crowns, which are fused to either side of the pontics and used to secure the prosthetic within the mouth. The two natural teeth on either side of the gap in your smile will be prepared to support the crowns to anchor the bridge and complete your arch.