What's the Dental Crowns and Dental Bridges?
If you have one or more missing teeth, your dental professional may recommend that you get artificial replacements. There are removable options like dentures that you can take out and clean, but those can slide around, shift, or fall out – which understandably won’t fly for many people. And that’s why there are crowns affixed to dental implants and bridges which function more like your actual teeth. But between crown implants and bridges, which option is the best choice for you? Novacare Dental provides best Dental Crown & Bridges treatment in Bavdhan and We’ll break down the similarities, differences, advantages, and disadvantages between these two fixed artificial tooth options so that even if you have a fake tooth or two, you’ll have a smile that’s as real as can be.
CROWNS AND BRIDGES:
A dental crown commonly referred to as a cap is a type of prothesis placed by a dentist to return a tooth back to its natural form and function. There are multiple reasons for placing a crown. The most common reason being to provide bracing for a tooth following root canal therapy or for restoring extensively decayed teeth in which a simple filling may not provide adequate strength. Crowns are also used to cover badly shaped teeth or discolored tooth and fix your smile . A dental bridge is made with two or more dental crowns on either side of a gap made by a missing tooth with a false tooth (or teeth) placed in between .the purpose of a dental bridge is just as its name suggests that is to bridge the gap created by a missing tooth or teeth.the bridge is supported by natural teeth or implants Dental crowns and bridges are made up of different materials namely metal, porcelain fused to ceramic, metal free ceramics such as zirconia, emax (lithium disilicate) and composite resin.