Crowns and Bridges

Crowns and Bridges

When to go for crowns:

FAQs

Crowns are most often done after the root canal treatment.After the root canal if we find that your natural tooth is quite weak and will not be able to bear the chewing forces and might break -then we take this decision of placing a crown on the tooth.So its not essential to put a crown after every root canal but practically we visit a dentist so late that by that time the tooth is already quite destroyed.So we have to do a crown.So the key here is to visit the dentist early so that you can avoid both root canal treatment and crown as well

Normally when we eat, the force is taken by the tooth and transmitted to its root and then to the surrounding bone .A normal tooth plays this role to perfection but in a weak tooth this force might be unfavorably directed and it leads to the fracture of the tooth. When we cap the tooth the force is favorably transmitted to the tooth root and surrounding bone and this prevents fracture and tooth loss.

 

Absolutely , Minimum Cut INLAYS & ONLAYS is the solution.
They are very conservative as no extra cutting of the tooth is required and are metal free and tooth colored .

Yes for sure.Why should we cut and compromise the health of 2 or more healthy teeth just to replace a single or more teeth.Dental implants can be done in the position of the missing tooth without touching the healthy neighboring teeth .
This is a great way to get a fixed replacement of your missing tooth that is independent of the support of the neighboring teeth and also preserves your underlying bone .

While crowns and bridges can last a lifetime, they do sometimes come loose or fall out. The most important step you can take to ensure the longevity of your crown or bridge is to practice good oral hygiene. A bridge can lose its support if the teeth or bone holding it in place are damaged by dental disease.
Keep your gums and teeth healthy by Brushing with fluoride toothpaste twice a day and flossing daily. Also see your dentist and hygienist regularly for checkups and professional cleanings.

 

1.Bone level surrounding the teeth should be optimum for support; the tooth should not be very loose.
2.Overloading of teeth should be strictly avoided otherwise it will do more harm than benefit. For e.g. if you have 3 missing back teeth then you cannot just take support from a single tooth and replace all the  If this is done, because of overloading you will loose that tooth also.
3.If RCT has been done it should be proper.

1.Before starting it is always ensured that the teeth selected for crown & bridge are healthy and not compromised in any way.
2.Teeth are cut to the required size
3.Impression is made of both upper and lower jaw even if we have to replace the teeth in one jaw because we need to know the proper relation of upper & lower teeth also while functioning.
4.Trial of metal base is done and shade is selected in cases of ceramic caps.
5.Crown/ Bridge are cemented in place.

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