Crowns and Bridges

Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are false teeth that can be utilized to “cap” a damaged tooth or can be connected to an implant in the event of losing a permanent tooth. If your dentist verifies that a crown ought to be utilized, they will take impressions of the patient’s teeth. What makes crowns so unique is the way that they are specially designed for each patient. They will match the size, shape and color of the surrounding teeth.
Connecting a crown to an implant is a slightly more complex process. Dental practitioner will anchor a pole into the socket that has been left by the missing tooth so the bone can form a bond with the pole. Typically, crowns will last between 5 to 15 years, however a few patients have managed to keep their crowns for over 20 years, depending on the circumstance.
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Dental Bridges

Dental bridges are utilized to replace at least one missing tooth by literally “bridging” the hole between the rests of the teeth. All bridges are either delegated as permanent bridges or removable partial dentures. Removable partial dentures are frequently utilized if the patient’s remaining teeth and gums are not ideal for dental inserts. These bridges are generally not as comfortable and require somewhat more support.
Connecting a crown to an implant is a slightly more complex process. Dental practitioner will anchor a pole into the socket that has been left by the missing tooth so the bone can form a bond with the pole. Typically, crowns will last between 5 to 15 years, however a few patients have managed to keep their crowns for over 20 years, depending on the circumstance.

Use of Dental Crowns

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