DENTAL CROWNS are a type of dental crown.
A crown is a tooth-shaped “cap” or aesthetic covering that is placed over another tooth or implant to provide it stability. Crowns are used to strengthen or improve the appearance of teeth. A crown is an excellent alternative when a big cavity affects the tooth’s long-term health. Crowns can also be used to restore the shape and size of teeth that have been chipped or broken. Dental cement is usually used to adhere them to the tooth.
We provide a comprehensive range of dental crowns and strive to provide you with the best dental treatment available from the moment you step through our doors.
WHEN DO I NEED A DENTAL CROWN?
Any of the following situations may necessitate the use of a crown:
To conceal discolored or crooked teeth
To help a tooth that has a huge filling.
Coverage for a dental implant
To help a tooth that has become worn, fractured, or damaged.
DENTAL BRIDGES are a type of dental bridge that connects two teeth.
Dental bridges are prosthetic teeth that are used to bridge gaps in the mouth created by lost teeth. Cement and resin are frequently used to secure them to the neighbouring healthy teeth. If a dental bridge is appropriate to replace lost teeth, or if dental implants should be explored, it is determined by the health of the teeth, their position, and the volume and health of the surrounding bone.
PARTIAL DENTURES OR REMOVABLE BRIDGES
Removable bridges (partial dentures) are a less expensive alternative to dentures. Metal clasps that adhere to existing teeth keep them in place. No one will know you’re wearing a partial denture if you use flexible, translucent, no-metal partials.
IMPLANT SUPPORTED BRIDGES & DENTAL IMPLANTS
A BETTER, LONGER-LASTING TEETH REPLACEMENT SOLUTION!
For many years, dental bridges have been used to replace a person’s missing teeth, but they have a limited lifespan and are not as permanent and solid as dental implants. Bridges also necessitate the extraction of good teeth to support them. Dental implants have become the primary method of restoring missing teeth as a result of recent advancements in advanced, modern dentistry.
BRIDGES WITH IMPLANT SUPPORT
Traditional bridges are comparable to implant-supported bridges, except they are supported by implants rather than the patient’s natural teeth. When a patient is missing three or more teeth in a row, implant-supported bridges are employed.
Traditional bridges are weaker, less robust, and can’t tolerate as much bite pressure as implant-supported bridges.