Teeth So Flawless You’ll Be Smiling In Your Sleep!
Do you need a dental restoration? Give your smile a better future by planning!
What is a restoration?
A crown or bridge is a form of indirect reconstruction covering or replaces a missing tooth, discolored, poorly formed, or has too much decay for a filling.
After any decay has been removed, the reconstruction is fitted over the original tooth. The right restoration will replicate the sound, feel, and durability of your natural teeth.
Why do you need restoration?
Your teeth have a major impact on both your physical health and your appearance. As a result, you naturally want to do whatever you can to keep them safe and attractive. However, tooth decay may progress to the point that a tooth is too fragile to be saved by a simple filling or restoration.
The decayed area is removed in these cases, and the reconstruction is placed over the original. The decayed area is removed in these situations, and the reconstruction is fitted over the original tooth. This is a measure that will help you maintain your smile’s health and appearance.
What materials are used for a restoration?
- It does not look like actual teeth and is made of a metal alloy with a silver or gold appearance.
- The standard restoration method, which has been in use for decades.
- Porcelain with a metal frame beneath. It is closer to the look of real teeth than metal restorations.
- Metal substructure restricts translucency, resulting in dull and lifeless restorations.
Zirconium Oxide :
- Produces solid, long-lasting restorations with the beauty and translucency of natural teeth.
- For those concerned about metal and who have doubts about it, this may be a viable choice.
Why is your impression important?
A well-fitted Crown/Bridge demands excellent first impressions.
To make prosthetic teeth that match well and work properly, you must first make a good impression. If your impressions do not correctly reflect your teeth and gums’ shape, your crown or bridge can be too loose or too rigid, causing discomfort and pain.
A successful dental impression: To take a good dental impression, the dentist would need a hygienic impression material that is also accurate, durable, and secure in the mouth’s moist conditions.
Why is your temporary crown important?
Your temporary crown/bridge will decide how well your final crown/bridge suits. While a custom restoration is created for you in a dental laboratory, a temporary restoration will preserve your teeth and gum tissues. It will also prevent neighboring teeth from moving, ensuring that the final custom-made crown or bridge matches perfectly.
Making a successful ideal crown: Your dentist would need to use a highly fracture-resistant temporization material to build a durable temporary crown. It’s also important to have pleasing aesthetics and a comfortable fit through a smooth surface, as well as a natural shine and fluorescence.
Dental cement is an essential part of your crown/bridge’s longevity and comfort, alongside the fit of the restoration on the tooth. A good dental cement can keep your repair securely in place on your tooth while also avoiding food entrapment, which can lead to decay and bad breath.
Why is the dental lab supposed to be important to you?
Today the dental laboratory is more than just a restoration factory. It is at the cutting edge of new technology, equipment, materials, and techniques, resulting in a healthy, solid, dependable, and well-fitting restoration that looks and feels just like your natural teeth.