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Crowns & Bridges

Crowns & Bridges

Dental Crowns are tooth-shaped caps that restore tooth shape, size, and appearance while enhancing tooth strength. They are an ideal solution for replacing a missing tooth and restoring normal function.

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      Crowns & Bridges

      Dental Crowns are tooth-shaped caps that restore tooth shape, size, and appearance while enhancing tooth strength. They are an ideal solution for replacing a missing tooth and restoring normal function.

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      What are Crowns
      and bridges?

      Crowns
      To protect a cracked or broken tooth, dental crowns are used. A dental crown is a ‘cap’ placed over a tooth-shaped. It is prepared to be placed over the tooth in a way that it completely covers the tooth. Dental crowns restore the shape, strength and size of your tooth thereby improving your chewing & facial integrity.

      Types of Crowns:

      • Temporary Crowns: Metal alloy or acrylic is used to prepare these crowns.
      • Stainless Steel Crowns: These fabricated crowns made from stainless steel are specially preferred for children as they are less in cost and can be incorporated in a single visit.
      • Metal Crowns: These are prepared from cast gold alloys or cast silver palladium alloys. They last for a long and can withstand chewing food.
      • Porcelain Crowns: These crowns are casted with metal inside and are baked with porcelain over it. These are natural looking but have short durability.
      • All Zirconia Crowns: They provide maximum aesthetic results but are abrasive and can damage the opposite teeth if not made properly.
      • DMLS Crowns: They are the newest type of crowns that the casting procedure and make the fit of the caps more accurate and precise
      03

      What are Crowns
      and bridges?

      Crowns
      To protect a cracked or broken tooth, dental crowns are used. A dental crown is a ‘cap’ placed over a tooth-shaped. It is prepared to be placed over the tooth in a way that it completely covers the tooth. Dental crowns restore the shape, strength and size of your tooth thereby improving your chewing & facial integrity.

      Types of Crowns:

      • Temporary Crowns: Metal alloy or acrylic is used to prepare these crowns.
      • Stainless Steel Crowns: These fabricated crowns made from stainless steel are specially preferred for children as they are less in cost and can be incorporated in a single visit.
      • Metal Crowns: These are prepared from cast gold alloys or cast silver palladium alloys. They last for a long and can withstand chewing food.
      • Porcelain Crowns: These crowns are casted with metal inside and are baked with porcelain over it. These are natural looking but have short durability.
      • All Zirconia Crowns: They provide maximum aesthetic results but are abrasive and can damage the opposite teeth if not made properly.
      • DMLS Crowns: They are the newest type of crowns that the casting procedure and make the fit of the caps more accurate and precise

      Bridges
      The Bridges are used to replace missing teeth. The bridge should be preffered only when a dental Implant is not possible. The sound teeth on either side of a missing tooth are grinded. These sound teeth also bear the chewing load of the missing teeth

      Type of Bridges:

      • Traditional Bridges: These are the most common ones made from porcelain baked over metal or ceramic.
      • Cantilever Bridges: These are particularly used for small spaces.
      • Maryland Bonded Bridges: These are used to bind the frontal teeth. It is also known as a resin-bonded bridge.
      • Implant-Backed Dental Bridges: These are preferable if you have more than one missing tooth.

      Fabrication of crowns and bridges requires the below-mentioned steps:

      • Reduction of the tooth/teeth size.
      • Taking teeth impression.
      • Preparation of dental crown or bridge.
      • Fixation of temporary crown or bridge.
      • Fixing of the permanent crown or bridge.
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      Bridges
      The Bridges are used to replace missing teeth. The bridge should be preffered only when a dental Implant is not possible. The sound teeth on either side of a missing tooth are grinded. These sound teeth also bear the chewing load of the missing teeth

      Type of Bridges:

      • Traditional Bridges: These are the most common ones made from porcelain baked over metal or ceramic.
      • Cantilever Bridges: These are particularly used for small spaces.
      • Maryland Bonded Bridges: These are used to bind the frontal teeth. It is also known as a resin-bonded bridge.
      • Implant-Backed Dental Bridges: These are preferable if you have more than one missing tooth.

      Fabrication of crowns and bridges requires the below-mentioned steps:

      • Reduction of the tooth/teeth size.
      • Taking teeth impression.
      • Preparation of dental crown or bridge.
      • Fixation of temporary crown or bridge.
      • Fixing of the permanent crown or bridge.

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      2023-11-04
      Today I've been for tooth cleaning, Dr Hemali attended me, she's cool and explain me in details about how should we keep our tooth and what should be done. Its one of the finest dental clinic I've visited. Especially thanks to Dr Hemali for helping me.....
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      2023-10-15
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      Juned Dalal
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      2023-10-11
      It has been great experiencing at fine feather when I received treatment of RCT and crown fitting. Dr. Himali Vora is very co-operative and skilled. She explained everything very clearly to me through the course of treatment.
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      2023-06-17
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      2023-05-22
      It’s a very good experience for my son being treated here. The staff and the doctor itself is very generous and helpful to me. And my son teeth problems are totally solved here….
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      2023-03-22
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      2023-02-04
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