Dental crowns are artificial restorations that
-Report the functionality of lost or chipped broken teeth.
- a crown can be placed on artificial roots (implants)
FIXED dental prostheses include both crowns and bridges fixed on natural teeth or implants. They have a high stability especially in cases of periodontal disease especially when the teeth are outside the bone. When several teeth are missing, a fixed prosthesis cemented on an implant or on natural teeth is a solution. In the case in which the teeth in the two arches are missing, the best solution is Prosthesis all on 6 which consists of 6 dental implants for each dental arch and a bridge on 12 teeth for each arch.
Established: Fixed prostheses are cemented so they cannot be removed.
Naturalness: Due to the zirconia or ceramic material that the bridges have, the teeth look closer to natural than the resin teeth of the removable denture
Functionality: Since the prosthesis is placed on the root or implant, which are fixed in the bone, the patient can eat better than with removable prostheses.
How to take care of dental crowns?
- brush your teeth after eating
-Use dental floss
-use the sink twice a week for healthier meat
-visit the dentist every 6 months for professional cleaning
What are dental veneers?
veneers are the most aesthetic solution in case of yellowed, crooked and discolored anterior teeth. the veneers are placed on the surface and require a light and minimal grinding of the tooth. They are made of a thin layer of porcelain or zirconia.
How to take care of veneers?
-wash three times a day
-Use dental floss at least once a day
-visit the dentist to see the condition of the teeth and gums
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