Missing teeth does not mean that you will have to endure a toothless condition, forever. There are some dental treatments and procedures that can be done to bring back the form and function as that of your natural teeth. Now, you can again smile brightly even after going through dental problems. Dental Crowns and bridges are the most prevalently used prosthetics in Dentistry to replace missing or damaged teeth.
Dental Crowns are used to cover a severely damaged, weakened, or an RCT treated tooth to improve both its form and function or over a Dental Implant. Dental Crowns very closely resemble the appearance and function of your natural tooth.
THE CONDITIONS THAT CAN BE ADDRESSED WITH THE HELP OF DENTAL CROWNS:
• A dental crown can cover a dental implant & provide solution for missing teeth concerns
• A large dental filling may be covered by a dental crown to strengthen the tooth , and also to improve the tooth’s overall appearance
• A worn tooth, or one that has been cracked or chipped, can be covered by a dental crown to restore its form and function
With the help of dental bridges, you can once again flash your bright smile with confidence – even if you have suffered from tooth loss earlier.
The Dental Crown or Bridges can be created and attached in just two visits to our office, making it more convenient for you to squeeze in the entire treatment into your busy schedule.
At The Elite Dental™ & Cosmetic Studio, Dental Crowns and Bridges are made to last for more than 10 years, with proper oral hygiene habits.
With our 5 years warranty on every Dental Crown & Bridge work, you can now relax.
Dental Crowns can also be fabricated using CAD/CAM technology for extreme precision, so that they leave no space between the prosthetic & the tooth where harmful bacteria could grow. This makes them a better choice in tooth with high susceptibility to infections.
A tooth that has sustained some injury can be protected and strengthened with the help of a dental crown.
A Dental Bridge is a series of conjoined Dental Crowns made to replace one or more than one missing teeth with support of adjacent sound natural teeth or that of single or multiple Dental Implants. A Dental Bridge, “Bridges” the gaps created by several missing teeth, and are categorized as fixed partial dentures. They replace both, the form and function of the natural teeth that have gone missing.