Restoration Dentistry – Crown and Bridge
When the outside surface (or dental crown) of one of your teeth becomes damaged due to extensive tooth decay or injury, we recommend a dental crown. Dental crown are useful in restoring your natural appearance and can assist you in eating and speaking properly.
Crown on a natural tooth
Here, the tooth is ground down far enough so that a new crown can be placed on the remaining, healthy natural tooth structure. This provides a strong, natural foundation for the new crown.
If you’re missing multiple teeth, we recommend you a dental bridge. Dental bridges are useful in restoring your natural appearance and can assist you in eating and speaking properly.
A ceramic bridge is used to replace any tooth that is missing or beyond repair. It is individually made to match the shade and contour of your natural teeth. So practically no one can tell the difference.
There are two methods to replace missing teeth depending upon your individual circumstances.
Bridge on a natural teeth:
consists of high strength dental ceramic crowns built on natural teeth. To secure the bridge the adjacent teeth must be reduced in size and bridge is cemented (glued) to the adjacent teeth.
Bridge on implants: uses the modern technology a durable Bridge with natural looking replacement. Teeth is security positioned on dental implants healthy adjacent are left untouched.