When should I do crowns and bridges?
#1 – treatment 1
When a tooth is beyond what a dental filling are restore, dental crowns are used to treat teeth that is severely decayed.
#2 – treatment 2
Dental crown can avoid discomfort and enclose fragile teeth from cracking and infection after root canal therapy. It is also possible that decay may remerge but crowns protect your existing tooth’s structural integrity and seals your tooth.
#3 – treatment 3
For individuals with irregularities, chips or sustained damage on your teeth, dental crowns can strengthen and protect your teeth. If teeth are cracked, chipped or worn down from grinding, crowns repairs and address teeth function.
#4 – treatment 4
You may be unable to chew food comfortably if your bite is not aligned properly, crown can adjust your occlusion bite to some extent. Our cosmetic dental center has seen many full mouth rehabilitation cases that rebuilds worn down and resolve malocclusions. For more severe malocclusion cases, orthodontic braces or jaw surgery may be required.
#5 – treatment 5
Dental crowns can improve aesthetics of your smile. You can change your yellow or discoloured teeth to any specific desired color shade. Crowns may be used with porcelain veneers for smile makeover treatments.
#6 – treatment 6
If you have lost your teeth to a cavities, periodontal disease or a trauma injury, dental bridges composed of crown or dental implants with crowns can replace missing teeth or poor prognoses teeth.
Depending on the number of missing teeth or damaged teeth, combinations of dental bridges and crowns may be diagnoses into your treatment plan – crowns on front 2 teeth, crowns on front 4 teeth or crowns 20 crowns teeth.