CROWN & BRIDGE
The dental crown and extension treatment is a long-term procedure for supplanting missing teeth.
A tooth crown is set on a singular tooth, (fairly like a thimble over your finger) where there could be presently not adequate tooth structure left to put a filling.
A tooth bridge spans a space where at least one tooth has been lost in the dental curve. The teeth on one or the flip side of the range are delegated, and are alluded to as projections. The dentures in an extension that join the projections are alluded to as pontics. The dental crowns and dental extensions are frequently produced using predominant materials like valuable metals (gold), semi-valuable metals, porcelain or a mix of metal melded to porcelain
How is treatment performed?
At the primary dental appointment, a careful oral assessment, assessment of your dental history and important X-rays are finished. The determination depends on these three elements. Whenever it determined that dental crown and scaffold treatment is shown, you will be set up with a progression of appointments.
Your dental crown process happens in an arranged grouping. Missing or deferring your appointment might cause treatment delays, permitting further tooth development before treatment can be finished.
What will happen?
The tooth or teeth to be dealt with are number with an anesthetic. Once in a while you can anticipate that the side of your face should feel numb, also. Then, during the planning stage, your tooth or teeth to be delegated are managed down. This permits adequate room for the crown or scaffold to fit. After this planning stage has been finished, an impression of that space of your mouth is taken. Your teeth will be fitted with transitory inclusion until your next arrangement.
- Restoring badly decayed teeth.
- Protecting fractured teeth.
- Aesthetic enhancement.
- Improving bite.
- Strenghthening of worn down and mobile teeth.
- To be placed over an implant and root canal treated teeth.
- Replacing missing teeth with fixed bridge.