Resolve your missing teeth with bridges and crowns
Crowns & Bridges
Crowns & Bridges in Kingwood
Suffering from a tooth loss issue? Or are you in a juncture where you need to choose from an array of restorative procedures to resolve your missing tooth problem? Both Dental Crowns and Bridges are procedures that pave your way in achieving this goal. However, you must be bothering about weighing the efficacy of these procedures. Let us see what Dental crowns and Bridges are in a nutshell.
Dental Crowns in a brief
A crown is made of porcelain which is fused to metal. It could also be made of ceramic, resin or even stainless steel! Porcelain takes the shape of a tooth and makes up the front part of the crown, which is the visible part of your crown. The metal support that is fitted from behind, could be made up of anything - gold, base metal or other alloys. It takes at least two dentists appointments. Your dentist takes the impression of the teeth and fixes the mold of the teeth.
The tooth impressions are sent to dental laboratory to tailor the crown. In the next visit the permanent crown is fitted to his mouth and your dentist prescribes the details what needs to be done to take care of it.
Since porcelain is not as bite resistant as the metals, it may chip over time, thus exposing the metals. Hence the porcelain fusion is not recommended for molars (back teeth) which withstands maximum biting pressures!
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Dental Bridges - an overview
Dental bridges as the name suggest, has the word “bridge” which generally serves the purpose of lessening a gap inside your mouth. A Bridge consists of two or more teeth, which are placed by using dental crowns (abutments). It is a kind of prosthetic apparatus which is used to spot the area of the missing teeth. Crowns are attached at each end of it. Artificial tooth fills the gap and connects with the crown.
Bridges primarily are of three types:
Facts About Dental Bridges
To cut it short bridges serve the purpose of making up for a length of gap created by missing teeth, whereas crowns are used to support the bridges mostly. Crowns are also used to cover a damaged tooth tooth - cracked, broken or chipped. It then functions like a normal tooth and also protects the damaged one beneath!
Now that you have a clear vision about crown and Bridges, feel free to contact us anytime at (281) 746-9400 in case you decide to get these makeovers to resolve your missing teeth issue.
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