Crowns & Veneers
A dental crown is like a cap that covers the entire visible portion of the tooth, protecting its remaining structure and bringing back its original shape, size, and color.
There are a few reasons why you might need a dental crown
- Severe tooth decay
- After root canal treatment
- In dental implant treatment
- Discolored, misplaced or badly formed tooth
As the name suggests, this treatment “bridges” the gap left in your mouth by a missing tooth. With this procedure, the bridge is held in place by the healthy teeth adjacent to the gap in your smile.
Dental bridges are fixed in place and considered by many to be a better alternative to removable partial dentures. We’ll help you decide if this treatment is right for you.
Dental bridges are artificial replacements of missing teeth. Since dental bridges are fixed, they cannot be easily removed at home. Dental bridges are extremely routine procedures that are performed by our team at DENTALIST – The Smile Expert Clinic.
Tooth Supported Bridges – If you have missing teeth, it can be closed — or bridged — with dental bridges. A dental bridge is a false tooth (called a pontic) that is held in place by the abutment teeth on either side of the gap. Although pontics can be made from a variety of materials such as gold, typically they’re made from porcelain to aesthetically blend in with your natural teeth.
Implant-Supported Bridges – These bridges look very similar to the traditional bridges with the only difference is that implants are used for support instead of teeth.
- Restore Your Smile
- Improve Chewing. After tooth loss, you may experience difficulty or even pain while eating your favorite foods
- Improves Speech
- Maintain Your Face’s Natural Shape
- Prevent Teeth from Shifting / Moving
- Evaluation and clinical assessment
- Making Primary impression
- Preparation of Abutment teeth
- Final impression Making
- Bite Recording
- Fixing of Temporary Crowns
- Final Cementation Of Dental Bridge
Once fixed, the dental bridge now becomes a part of your oral cavity and functions just like the other teeth. This means that you need to take care of your bridge, including routine brushing, dental flossing, and gargling.