CROWNS AND BRIDGES
What is a CROWN?
A crown or cap is considered when a tooth is too broken down to restore with a dental filling. A filling that is too big has the potential of breaking off, so a crown is considered to protect the filling and the tooth from breaking away.
Crown construction usually requires some preparation of the tooth, accurate impressions, a temporary crown, and a lab that will construct the crown. The final product is then cemented onto the prepared tooth.
What is a BRIDGE?
Bridges are permanently placed onto an existing tooth, but will have an extra tooth attached to it to replace the gap. The advantage of this option compared to the denture is that you don’t have to remove it to clean it. This stays in all the time!
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