Crowns & Bridges
A crown is a form of dental restoration which completely caps or encircles a tooth. Crowns are generally required when a large cavity threatens the presence of the tooth. They are usually attached to the tooth using dental cement. It is often used to make the tooth look better. Crowns can be permanent or temporary in nature.
Dental Crowns are generally put in to:
2. Cover a disproportionately ill-shaped tooth.
3. Restore a tooth which has no scope left for repairing.
The procedure of obtaining a Dental Bridge:
2. Teeth impressions, required when crowns and bridges are made in a dental laboratory.
3. Temporary bridge is provided until the completion of the permanent bridge.
4. Cementing of bridge, to fix the bridge permanently.