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Crowns and Bridges

Crowns are the best method to restore and rebuild teeth which have been broken by accident or have been weakened by decay or huge fillings. The crown fits proper over the remaining part of the tooth, making it stronger and giving it the shape and contour of a natural tooth. crowns are from time to time additionally referred to as ‘caps’.

Why might you need a crown?

  • There are a number of motives. For example:
  • The enamel might also be weakened by having a totally huge filling.
  • You may have discolored or bad margins fillings and would love to change the aesthetic appearance of the tooth.
  • You could have had a root filling which will need a crown to shield it. Because sometimes the root canal treatments make the tooth structures weak.
  • You may have had a trauma and damaged the teeth.
  • It can assist keep a bridge or denture firmly in the vicinity.

What are crowns fabricated from?

Crowns are fabricated from several substances and new substances are being brought all of the time. here are a number of the choices available now in Dr. Aburas Dental Center:

  • Porcelain fused to Metal Crowns
    The most used materials in creating crowns, give you natural teeth color. Porcelain carried out over base of precious metals.
  • All porcelain/ceramic Crowns
    These crowns are not strong as the last type. However, look very natural and excellent for the front teeth that they are not exposed to a lot of occlusal efforts.
  • Zircon Crowns
    Porcelain bonded to Zironia very strong and metal-free so highly aesthetic. In addition to its biological acceptance or compatibility what allows the gingiva to hold the crown without any reactions like inflammation, redness or having tattooed margins i.e. some black colored margins of gums may appears with metallic contains crowns. And that also gives more natural connection between the gum and the crown because the gingival margins can cover a little part of the crown and give us the view of tooth eruption from the gums. 
  • Metal only crowns
    Metal only the oldest kind of crown but still used because it’s very strong and hard wearing, needs less tooth preparation and cutting needed but its huge problem is aesthetic gold or silver in color so used mainly at the posterior teeth.

If you have a missed tooth and want to get an artificial replacement for it then bridges can be the proper option for you. To assess your unique wishes, we provide you a free consultation to help you determine if bridges are an appropriate solution for you.

At some stage in the consultation, we will answer any query that you could have. Regarding the tooth restoration options might be recommended to your situation.

When you are prepared to proceed with the treatment we take a digital scan impression of your tooth for an excessive degree of accuracy, which will provide you with the comfort and correct match without using the traditional methods in impressions. Your bridge is then made from high-quality porcelain.

Soon after this you may asked for a recall visit and may then proudly put on your personalized smile.

Why use it?

Bridges can be used to in the first place to replace the missing tooth but that the advantages of making them:

  • Fill the gap of lacking teeth.
  • Keep facial form.
  • Save you ultimate teeth from drifting out of function.
  • Restore chewing and speaking capability.
  • Repair your smile.
  • Improve from a detachable partial denture to a everlasting dental appliance.

The treatment process

Getting a bridge normally requires more than one visit.  At the same time as the tooth is extracted, the 2 anchoring teeth are organized through getting rid of a portion of the tooth to allow for a crown.  Subsequent, an exceptionally accurate impression is made a good way to be sent to a dental laboratory wherein the bridge will be fabricated.  Similarly, a temporary bridge could be made and worn for some weeks till your subsequent appointment.

At the second appointment, your permanent bridge can be cautiously checked, adjusted, and cemented to reap a right fit.  On occasion, your dentist may also temporarily cement the bridge that allows your teeth and tissue to get used to the new bridge by time.  The new bridge might be completely cemented at a later time.

You may get hold of care instructions at the belief of your treatment.  Proper brushing, flossing and regular dental visits will useful resource within the existence of your new permanent bridge.