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BRIDGES AND CROWNS

Dental Crowns are a tooth-shaped cap which is placed on the tooth to restore the shape, size, and appearance of the tooth.

Dental Crowns are a tooth-shaped cap which is placed on the tooth to restore the shape, size, and appearance of the tooth. It also enhances the strength of the tooth. If the major part of the tooth is missing, then the crown is the best solution for it. By placing the crown, a tooth can function normally again.

WHEN IS A DENTAL CROWN NEEDED?

Dental crowns are used as caps on missing or fractured tooth to protect the life of your teeth. Dental Crowns are needed to:

  • Protect or restore a tooth from fracturing due to accident or trauma
  • Replace a tooth which is too large for a filling
  • Get a cap over Implant placed
  • Restore the tooth on which RCT was performed
  • Cover discolored, misshaped or badly formed tooth
  • Require a bridge in that case crowns are a must

In addition, Dental Crown gives your tooth the strength, shape, size and help to improve the appearance of your tooth. If your dentist has advised, you to get a crown and you are delaying the process then there are chances that you can damage your tooth to the extent that extraction is the last resort.

WHAT ARE VARIOUS TYPES OF DENTAL CROWNS?

Dental Crowns can be made in variety come in various materials such as:

Metal Crowns

If someone is looking for long term and the durable solution then metal crowns are to the rescue.

Porcelain-Fused-To-Metal

If you have aesthetic concerns and also wish to have metal crowns inserted then these are the best option available.

Ceramic Crown

If you do not want to have metal inserted inside your mouth but want the strength to match metal crowns then ceramic crowns are the best option available.

Frequently Ask Question For Bridges and Crowns:

Here this Frequently ask question can help you to know more about the treatments, do’s & don’t and many more.

Dental bridges function like the natural teeth, so no food or beverage is completely off-limits after dental bridge treatment.
After your new, finalized crown or bridge is cemented, wait one hour to eat. Avoid hard or sticky foods for a few hours. Resume normal brushing/flossing habits, and follow any special hygiene instructions given by your dentist.
Dental bridges are not permanent. They last an average of 10 years.

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