Dental Crown and Bridge treatment

If you are missing one or more teeth or have them damaged, your dentist might advise getting
artificial replacements. While both, dental implants and bridges with crowns attached work more
closely to real teeth.

Which alternative, however, between crown implants and bridges is best for you?

We will break down the similarities, differences, benefits, and drawbacks of these two fixed false tooth
solutions so that, even if you have a few false teeth, your smile will look as genuine as possible.

Crown and Bridge vs Implant

A dental restoration known as a crown or cap covers the visible tooth surface to strengthen or
beautify the tooth. A dental treatment called a bridge is used to replace one or more lost teeth. It
consists of a false tooth or teeth attached to crowns on either side to provide support. Crowns and
bridges come in a variety of materials and are meant to mimic the natural strength and contour of

A dental crown can be used to cover a person’s broken or rotting tooth or to replace a lost tooth by
placing it on top of a dental implant. Dental implants are surgically anchored metal fixtures that are
placed in your jawbone below the gum line.

Bridges are only used to replace lost teeth. They have a bridge of replacement teeth that rests in the
gum tissue where the missing teeth were, and two crowns, one on each end. The bridge’s end
crowns can be bonded to neighbouring teeth or fixed to dental implants by your dentist.

An implant is a fake tooth that is fastened to a titanium post that your dentist places in your
jawbone. Implants have a very realistic appearance. Additionally, dental implants assist in halting the
loss of jawbone density. When teeth are lost or removed, the jawbone shrinks over time, changing
the way our face looks and how we smile. When a new tooth is used to bite and eat, the implanted
tooth stimulates the jawbone, helping to prevent bone loss.

Whichever choice for a replacement tooth works best for you based on crown and bridge before and
after, can help you keep your dental health.

Your other teeth may start to rotate or move into empty spaces as a result of gaps in areas of loss,
which can lead to a poor bite. Crowns and bridges can last a lifetime with proper dental hygiene.
Visit Dr Dabas and get the best crown bridge teeth price to restore the damaged teeth and get your
smile in the best shape.



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