Crowns & Bridges in Guelph


Crowns and Bridges, Dental Clinic in Guelph, Implants

Dental crowns closely resemble the appearance of natural tooth enamel, and are generally placed over teeth that have been treated with either root canal therapy or a restorative filling.

Crowns help to prevent future problems such as fracture from occurring through providing the tooth with strength and support. Crowns can also be used for cosmetic purposes, disguising imperfections such as chips, small spaces or gaps, irregular tooth shape or size, or discolouration that can naturally occur over time

Crowns are available in a variety of different materials, including porcelain, metal, ceramic and composite. Each material of crown offers a unique set of benefits. Our Guelph dentist would be happy to help a patient determine which type of crown would be ideal for them and their smile.


Dental bridges are ideal for patients with one or more missing teeth.

A dental bridge restores teeth by spanning over the space created by an absent tooth or multiple teeth, attaching from one healthy tooth to another adjacent healthy tooth in order to restore that empty area. In some cases, a bridge will run from a dental implant to another implant, or to another healthy (natural) tooth.

Dental bridges are permanently cemented into place and require daily cleaning and maintenance in order to keep the supporting gum in healthy condition. Dental bridges are an excellent restorative solution for many patients, allowing them to return to optimal chewing and speaking function while also restoring confidence.

Restore your smile today with crowns and/or bridges

Dr. Dana Coman is among the best dentists in the Guelph area for dental crowns and bridges, as well as cosmetic dentistry services including teeth whitening, veneers, and cosmetic dental bonding.

For more information on dental crowns and bridges, contact our Guelph dentist, Dr. Coman today.

Have a Dental Emergency?

Please call our office during regular hours on 519-824-8000, our staff will be happy to guide you through what to do in case of a dental emergency.