The Dental Solution for Dental Crowns and Bridges
By: Dental Panache
There is a solution to everything and anything that is broken can be mended. The chipped, cracked, broken, or fractured teeth also can be restored and strengthened to safeguard your teeth and smile because dentistry is an art as well as a science.
The remedy for your broken and fractured teeth is Dental Crowns and Bridges which are fixed prosthetic devices. You no longer need to possess the removable devices like dentures which pose the further problem of them being taken out and cleaned daily. These devices do not solve your problem of broken teeth and come with a further tinge of humiliation lowering your self-esteem. Instead of restoring your smile they make you feel like an old person with decaying teeth.
However, the crowns and bridges are cemented onto your existing teeth and can be removed only by a dentist. They can be used to fill in the gaps due to multiple teeth or replace them too. This solution has been used successfully for years and has helped patients flourishingly.
The crowns are used to cover or cap your damaged tooth. They help to strengthen your broken teeth and can also be used to align them. They can be placed on top of the implants to match the shape of your natural teeth. They come in various forms like porcelain or ceramic, gold and metal alloys and acrylic. They can be used to replace the broken teeth, restore the teeth to its normal functioning, protect fracturing of teeth, to attach a bridge, cover an implant, to replace the teeth that are discolored or replace a misshapen tooth or to cover a poorly shaped tooth. These manufactured teeth often have porcelain on their exterior to give them a strong and natural look. They are being extensively used in the cosmetic industries to provide the patients with a smile makeover.
Depending on your needs there are several options to restore your damaged teeth. The crowns are the cemented manufactured teeth to cover the damaged teeth and improve the shape and alignment of your teeth. The bridges help to bridge the gap caused by the missing teeth. They are used to fil these awkward gaps and are supported either by natural teeth or dental implants.
The implants help in the replacement of the teeth and do not have to be cut loose like the dentures and neither do they have to be anchored to the adjoining teeth like the bridges. These options can be customized to your needs and every option has a benefit and a demerit to it. You would have to consider which one suits you.
The bridges though come with numerous advantages that one cannot afford to overlook. In order to replace your damaged teeth and get a dental bridge placed in your mouth, you do not have to undergo any surgery whereas the implants require surgical intervention. It is very easy to get these bridges as the entire procedure takes only two to three visits to your dentist. In case of a jaw bone loss, these bridges are highly recommended as they are a simpler and less painful alternative to the implants that require healthy bones.
Once placed in your mouth these bridges become stable and provide you with the comfort to easily chew your food. It is also a cheaper alternative to other dental options. Once these are fitted, they look and work just like the natural teeth. After you have adopted this remedy it is crucial that you take care of your oral hygiene by brushing and flossing two times a day. It does not matter whether you have a crown or bridge but it is important that you visit your dentist regularly for a checkup as the problems can be detected early and corrected in a less painful and expensive manner.
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