Posts Tagged ‘porcelain crown’
Top Ways To Restore Your Smile
Recent surveys showed that more than 180 millions Americans are missing one or more teeth. Many of those people have gone to their dentist to regain their lost smile through a variety of dentistry procedures. Restorative dentistry is a part of a dentist’s skills that gives them the ability to help patients with damaged…Read More
What Are Bridges In Dentistry?
Dental Bridges are fabricated out of 2 or more dental crowns covering teeth on either side of the missing tooth (there will be a gap present). Dental bridges literally just bridge the gap created my at least one missing tooth but can be multiple missing teeth the dental bridge is replacing. Bridges are made up…Read More
Can A Dental Crown Develop Tooth Decay?
While the dental crown itself cannot become decayed, the underlying tooth structure can. A dental crown is placed after careful shaping and preparation of the tooth surface and then inserted over the remaining tooth structure to restore the crown to its proper form and function. How Does The Tooth Get Decay Under A Dental Crown?…Read More
Dental Bonding: The Answer to a Chipped Tooth
Dental Bonding (also referred to as Adhesive Dentistry) is the process whereby your dentist or cosmetic dentist rebuilds, reshapes, and/or covers tooth defects using tooth-colored materials (composite resins). Chipping a tooth is one of the most common dental emergencies that patients and dentists face. Luckily, with modern materials and techniques, it is a situation that…Read More
The Cosmetic Wonder of Porcelain Crowns
Porcelain crowns have been a staple in cosmetic dentistry for years. It gives the dentist and patient a much more aesthetic appearance as a final product. In the past crowns and bridges were traditionally made of porcelain fused to metal (PFM). With the development of modern porcelain, which are incredibly strong and reflect light similar to natural…Read More