Smile Restoration Through Dental Crowns And Bridges

Dental Bridges

Dental bridges are an option for patients having one or more missing teeth. A dental bridge is used to close the gap by replacing the missing tooth/teeth. Dental bridges are made of metal with porcelain or metal-free zirconia.

 These prosthetic bridges, made up of porcelain teeth supported by neighboring natural teeth, fit perfectly with the current tooth structure.

Dental bridges enhance appearance and maintain optimal oral function by preventing neighboring teeth from misaligning. Maintenance includes routine dental examinations and strict oral hygiene to keep the bridge’s lifetime and the oral cavity’s overall health. Dental bridges offer a viable and visually appealing solution for those who want to restore a complete and functioning smile because of their strength and natural look.

Dental Bridge Procedure

For a dental bridge, the teeth adjacent to the gap will be prepared for the bridge. This process involves reshaping the teeth by removing so that a dental crown can be placed on top of the teeth. After this the dental impressions of the teeth are made. These impressions are used as a model to make the dental bridge. During the time span that your bridge is made in the dental lab, your dentist will provide you with a temporary bridge. You can wear the temporary bridge to help protect your prepared teeth until you receive the new bridge.

The dentist will remove your temporary bridge during your second visit and then the new bridge will be cemented.

The Advantages of Dental Bridges

Dental Crowns

Dental crown can be described as a tooth-shaped cap placed over your tooth. The main purpose of a dental crown is to cover your tooth to restore its size, shape, strength and appearance. Usually ceramic or porcelain dental crowns are used to match the natural color of your teeth.

Dental crowns are one of the effective dental restoration procedures to improve a tooth’s strength, form, and function after it has been injured or weakened. The crowns are custom-designed to match the color and contour of the original teeth and are often composed of porcelain, metal, or a mix. Dental crowns strengthen weakened teeth and improve their aesthetics. They offer a long-lasting and visually beautiful solution and are frequently used to support dental bridges, shield teeth following root canal therapy, and cover badly discolored or malformed teeth.

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Dental Crown Procedure

During the first visit, the tooth that requires a crown is thoroughly examined and X-rays are taken of both the tooth and the surrounding bone structure. Before proceeding with dental crown procedure, dentists ensure the safety of the tooth from decay or infection. Then the tooth is filed down as required for the crown to fit. After reshaping the tooth, impression or scans of the teeth. The Dentist will put a temporary crown to cover and protect the filed tooth while you’re waiting on the permanent one. During the second visit, the dentist removes the temporary crown and fixes the permanent one.

Why Choose Our Clinic for Dental Bridges and Crowns Procedure?

Crowns and bridges are made in our own dental lab

The treatment is safe and comfortable

We offer long-lasting results

We provide the best quality dental bridges and crowns

We provide prosthetics that look the same as natural teeth

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Frequently Asked Questions

Dental crowns are used to cover or cap a damaged or weakened tooth, providing strength, protection, and improved aesthetics. On the other hand, dental Bridges replace missing teeth by anchoring artificial teeth to adjacent natural teeth or dental implants, restoring both function and appearance.

The lifespan of dental crowns and bridges varies based on factors such as oral hygiene, the material used, and the individual’s habits. On average, they can last between 10 to 15 years or longer with proper care. Regular dental check-ups and good oral hygiene practices are essential for maintaining the longevity of crowns and bridges.

Yes, there are various materials for dental crowns, including porcelain, metal, and porcelain-fused-to-metal. The choice depends on factors such as the tooth’s location, the desired aesthetics, and budget considerations. Our prosthodontist will discuss these options and recommend the most suitable material.

The process typically involves two or more dental visits. During the first visit, the tooth is prepared, impressions are taken, and a temporary crown or bridge may be placed. In the subsequent visits, the permanent crown or bridge is fitted and adjusted before being permanently cemented. The process for dental implants supporting bridges may involve additional steps and appointments.

Yes, dental crowns and bridges can be replaced or repaired if they become damaged or worn over time. Regular dental check-ups help monitor the condition of existing restorations, and your dentist will recommend replacement or repair when necessary. It’s essential to address any issues promptly to avoid further damage to the natural teeth or supporting structures.

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