How Do Dental Crowns And Bridges Work?

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When you are looking at getting a crown or a bridge for your dental needs there are a number of approaches to take. Each of these options let you correct your teeth within a certain context, whether multiple spaces or a single cover, there are options available depending on the condition of your mouth. When you need guidance and advice, be sure to utilise professional insight and guidance. If you want to find out a bit more, read on.

How Do Crowns Work?

This insert is used to entirely cover a damaged tooth with a cap to provide reinforcement and protection. Aside from strengthening a damaged tooth, this option can also be used to improve appearance, shape or alignment. Often seen as an aesthetic function when placed on top of an implant to provide a tooth-like shape and structure within the mouth. Porcelain or ceramic options can be colour matched to suit the colour of your existing teeth. There are also stronger options suggested for back teeth like acrylic and ceramic.

How Do Bridges Work?

This insert may be recommended if you’re missing one or more teeth, rather than covering an element. Gaps left by missing teeth will cause the mouth to shift and fill the space, resulting in skew teeth and often an impacted bite. The imbalance caused by missing teeth can also lead to gum disease and a number of joint disorders. Much like their name suggests, these inserts are used to replace one or more missing teeth and ensure there is no gap left empty.

How Are They Made?

Before either of these installations can be made, the teeth must be reduced in size so that either element will fit correctly in the intended space. After the reduction of the surrounding space, your professional will take an impression to provide an exact mould for the new element. If porcelain is to be used, your dentist will determine the correct shade to match the colour of your existing teeth. When the permanent insert is ready, it is cemented over your prepared tooth or teeth.

When you are looking at getting a crown bridge dental to fix your dental issues you must be sure which option is the one you need. Speak to our experts to ensure you get the most ideal guidance through these processes. Be sure to contact us right away to find out more about these services!

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