Want to ask your Venice, FL, family dentist about dental crowns and bridges?
Do you have missing teeth? Are you worried about and are worried about replacing them with mismatched appliances? If so, then here's the solution! Just wait and hear what he has to say about the dental crowns and bridges Dr. Clark Wright offers at his Venice, FL, office.
According to the American College of Prosthodontists, crowns are the most common restorative procedure; crowns are meant to restore aesthetically unpleasant teeth and provide strength for weak teeth.
Crowns are used in covering chips, cracks, and discolorations found on teeth, which may be due to injuries when playing sports or poor dental hygiene, among other reasons of course. Crowns are also placed over fillings that may be dislocated, which, again, adds reinforcement to your teeth and makes biting and chewing functions easier. Using crowns to cover restorative procedures, like a root canal or dental implants, protects and strengthens your teeth.
Bridges come in different types:
Fixed partial dentures, which are bond to already existing teeth, or implants. The natural-looking dental appliance is semi-permanent and replaces missing teeth. They're also easily cleaned. All you need to do is remove them to clean them thoroughly.
Another type is fixed dental bridge, it can't be removed. Other types of fixed dental bridges include conventional fixed bridges, cantilever bridges and resin-bonded bridges.
Advantages of Bridges and Crowns
Both procedures are custom-made and barely noticeable.
Dental crowns are used for attaching bridges, covering an existing filling that may be dislocated and covering stained teeth. Crowns reinforce teeth to help with withstanding various degrees of pressure, meaning you can enjoy eating without the worry of ruining your tooth.
Bridges restore the natural contour, or shape, of teeth, fix bite issues, and are an economically-friendly restoration.
If you have any questions or concerns about dental crowns and bridges, just call your Venice, FL, doctors at (941) 493-5923.