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Brad M. Freedman, DDS & Associates
4604-D Pinecrest Office Park Dr, Alexandria, VA 22312

Looking for Affordable Fillings, Crowns and Bridges in Alexandria? Our Experienced Dentists Can Help!

Don’t let damaged or missing teeth keep you from sharing your smile or enjoying your favorite foods. An affordable, high-quality filling, crown, or bridge can help you regain your confidence and your oral health. We are proud to offer a wide range of restoration options, so call today to find out how our dentists can transform your smile.

How Do Dental Fillings Work?

Fillings are used to repair various types of tooth damage, such as cavities, chips, and fractures. The dentist removes the damaged section of the tooth and replaces it with a filling material made from gold, silver amalgam, porcelain or composite resin.

How Do Dental Bridges Work Compared to Crowns for Teeth?

Bridges are used to replace one or more missing teeth. Traditional bridges consist of pontic teeth to replace the missing teeth along with crowns that anchor to implants or supporting teeth on each side of the gap. Crowns, which are also known as caps, are used to restore the shape and structural integrity of damaged or weakened teeth. Unlike a veneer or filling that covers a small part of the tooth, a crown covers the entire damaged tooth. Both bridges and crowns are permanently bonded to the teeth and can only be removed by a dentist.

Which Type of Dentist Should I See for a Dental Restoration?

A skilled local dentist can perform many types of dental restorations. Whether you need a basic tooth filling or dental caps, our dentists have the skill and experience to transform your smile.

What Is Included in My Tooth Filling Cost, Dental Crown Cost or Dental Bridge Cost?

The final cost of your filling will be based on a variety of factors, including:

  • the type of filling material used;
  • the location of the tooth; and
  • the amount covered by your insurance.

Most dental plans cover at least part of the cost of fillings; however, some plans limit coverage to certain types of fillings. We recommend that you contact your insurer prior to your appointment to verify your plan benefits.

When thinking about your dental crown cost, it’s important to remember that each crown is unique, so the cost can vary. Your final cost will be determined by the type of material used, the amount of work needed to prepare the tooth for the crown, the location of the tooth, and the amount covered by your insurance. We do offer flexible payment options and financing options that can make the expense more manageable. Call today for more information.

Finally, for your tooth bridge cost, you will receive an estimate detailing the cost of your procedure following your consultation. Just like our other restorations, your final cost will depend on the type of bridge, the complexity of your dental issue and other individual factors.

What Kind of Tooth Filling Can I Get at Your Office?

If you require a filling, our dentist will help you choose from gold, silver amalgam, or tooth-colored composite or porcelain after considering your budget, dental needs and aesthetic preferences.

What Kind of Tooth Crown Can I Get at Your Office?

Like fillings, crowns come in a variety of materials, including gold alloy, porcelain-fused-to-metal and ceramic. Your dentist will go over the advantages, disadvantages and cost of each type of crown following your consultation.

What Type of Bridge Can I Get at Your Office?

In addition to the traditional bridge that is anchored on both sides of the affected area, we also offer cantilever bridges. This type of bridge only attaches on one side and may be an option for certain patients. Because the molars exert tremendous force during chewing, cantilever bridges are not recommended for back teeth.

How Does the Dentist Attach a Tooth Crown?

The process begins with the dentist shaping the affected tooth so that the crown will fit comfortably. We then make an impression of your teeth so that the crown will match the size and shape of your existing teeth. Before you leave the office, we will provide you with a temporary crown until your next appointment to protect the damaged tooth. When you return to the office, the dentist will use a special dental adhesive to attach the crown securely in place.

How Does the Dentist Attach a Tooth Bridge?

To ensure that the bridge will fit, the dentist will remove a small amount of enamel from the abutment teeth. Similar to the crown process, we make an impression of your teeth so that the crowns on either end can be customized for the best possible fit and aesthetics. During the second visit, the dentist will attach the bridge and make any necessary adjustments to ensure that it feels and functions just like your natural teeth.

You don’t have to live with the discomfort and embarrassment of missing or damaged teeth. Call today to schedule a consultation with one of our local dentists.

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Brad M. Freedman, DDS & Associates

4604-D Pinecrest Office Park Dr, Alexandria, VA 22312

(703) 940-1886