Crowns & Bridges
Crowns are a type of dental restoration that completely encircles a tooth or implant. They may be needed when a large cavity threatens the integrity and health of a tooth. Dental cement is used to bond the cap to the tooth. They can be made from many materials, such as ceramic, metal alloys or gold. Crowns are used to improve the strength or appearance of teeth and to prevent further destruction of the tooth. Porcelain is the material of choice due to their ability to perfectly blend in with your natural teeth.
Bridges are a fixed dental prosthesis used to replace one or more missing teeth by joining the replacement tooth to the adjacent teeth or dental implants. They help restore function and esthetics.
Inlays & Onlays
This is an indirect restoration - custom made outside of your mouth, to fit the specific size and shape of the cavity. Once fabricated, the restoration is then cemented in place. Inlays and onlays are used in molars or premolars, when the damage to the tooth is extensive and a basic filling cannot be supported, but not to the extent where a crown is necessary. Historically, inlays and onlays were made from gold and this is still commonly used today. Porcelain inlays and onlays are gaining popularity as they provide better aesthetics.
Porcelain veneers are made of laboratory-processed porcelain and is bonded tightly to the surface of teeth that are discolored to close spaces, to correct minor imperfections, alignment problems so precisely that they appear so natural. The veneers can even provide additional strength to the overall tooth structure.
Tooth Coloured Bonding
Bonding can be used to improve the appearance of teeth, to close gaps between teeth or to restore decayed teeth. Tooth colored filling material is used for this procedure.
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