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Fix Damaged Teeth with Dental Crowns and Bridges

Dental crowns and bridges are artificial devices that are adjoined and placed onto existing teeth using dental glue or cement or onto dental implants. Crowns are mostly used to fully cover an implant or cap a damaged tooth. On the other hand, dental bridges are used to cover space caused by one or more missing teeth. Bridges are typically a better option for filling the void of a missing tooth next to a dental implant.

Benefits of Bridges and Crowns

Apart from strengthening injured or decayed teeth, Crowns and Bridges can be placed to improve the appearance of a tooth, its color, shape, bite, or alignment. Missing teeth evidently leave gaps that can lead to neighboring teeth shifting gradually into this vacant space, which further lead to the development of a bad bite and even harms these slanted teeth. Crowns and bridges can help in preventing this.

Dental crowns are prepared by dentists to over existing implant for better function and appearance. Porcelain or ceramic materials are used to create crowns that perfectly match the natural color of your teeth. However, crowns are also made using other materials such as gold and metal allows that offer great strength to your teeth. For more information about appropriate crown material, you can consult with Aesthetic and Implant Dental Arts.

When do you need dental crown and bridges?

It’s always better to have a dental crown when you want to restore a weakened or deteriorated tooth. Crowns are good for fractured tooth as well. Dental crowns can also be used to cover metal implants or to attach to a bridge. Dental bridges are typically employed for replacing one or more missing teeth. They are known as bridges because they fill the space left by missing teeth. The dental bridge is attached to dental implant or natural teeth on one side of the empty space.

You can Contact- Aesthetic and Implant Dental Arts for the best crowns and bridges. They specialize in implant dentistry and smile makeovers. If you want a complete smile redesign or full mouth reconstruction, they can help you with that as well. They have years of experience in dealing with different dental problems of their patients and have a great record of satisfied customers.

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Written by Nick Wattson