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Crowns & Bridges

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Crowns and Bridges

Having missing or broken teeth affects your speech, appearance and confidence. Eating your favorite foods become more difficult and your oral health is also affected. Crowns and bridges are the solution to your missing, broken and irregularly shaped teeth. Crowns are dental caps used to cover your imperfect teeth to correct shape, size and appearance. Dental bridges are usually porcelain materials used to fill in gaps left by missing teeth to restore your beautiful smile.

Teeth with extensive structural damage or decay can develop severe dental issues when left untreated. A dental crown offers an effective means of restoring the tooth body after problem areas have been removed by a dentist. Typically, a dental crown is made of porcelain material and fits over the prepared tooth like a sheath, which reinforces the structure of the natural tooth, prevents future decay, and helps avoid the need for a root canal.

A fixed bridge is a replacement for missing teeth. It consists of an attachment of one or more fake teeth attached to the teeth next to the space. Therefore, it requires at least one tooth on each side of the space. It is characterized in several ways; the number of teeth involved, the design, and the materials used. The number of teeth involved is the sum of the number of fake teeth and the number of tooth attachments.


Dental Implants

Dental implant is a great option to solve missing teeth problems. A titanium post is implanted into the jawbone to provide fixed foundation for durable tooth restorations. The replacement teeth have the same structure, function, and appearance as the natural teeth restoring your beautiful smile. They can even last a lifetime with proper care.

The success of the implant depends upon its stability or resistance to force. This is influenced by the size of the implant, the quantity and density of bone, and the amount of force placed upon it. Bigger implants are better. A lot of hard bone is best. Bone quantity and density varies in different individuals. Usually the lower jaw is better than the upper and the bone in the front of the jaw is better than the back. The fewer teeth attached to an implant and the less rigid the attachment to it the better.


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