Taking care of your oral health is as important as your physical health. When talking about oral health, teeth are the most important part of it. Teeth play an important role in many necessary daily functions, such as eating and talking. Other than that, having a beautiful set of teeth also makes your smile and overall personality more attractive. Therefore, taking a good care of teeth is necessary to prevent any oral disease or tooth problems.

Losing one or more teeth can cause problems in speaking and eating and also degrades your smile and overall personality. However, there is a solution to overcome this problem. Planting Dental Bridges is the most ideal and safe solution to make up for a missing tooth and recover your beautiful smile and overall looks.

Dental Bridges is a dental restoration technique with usually two important components: replacement tooth and dental crowns. Dental crowns are attached on the both sides of replacement tooth (also known as Pontics). In this procedure, a replacement tooth is placed on the missing tooth spot and the dental crowns are fixed on the adjacent natural teeth or dental implants. Therefore, a bridge, made up of replacement tooth and crowns, is created to cover the empty spot while using the teeth teeth as the support of the bridge or replacement tooth. That is why it is known as the dental bridge.

Dental bridges can also be used to make up for more than one missing teeth. The replacement tooth used in the procedure is made up of porcelain, gold, alloy, or mixture of these materials. The material used depends on the location of missing tooth and the condition of patient.

Dental bridges come in three main types.

Traditional Bridges: This type of bridge is made up of either porcelain or ceramic. … Read the rest

Hiding your smile because of the discomfort caused by your missing tooth? These days there are dental restoration processes that can make your smiles look flawless. Dental bridges are meant to correct dental issues such as tooth replacement. Virtually indistinguishable from natural teeth, they offer both aesthetic and functional benefits.

The type of dental bridges applied by dental clinics depends on the unique requirements of the patient. Before choosing which type is best for you, your dentist will check the issue that the restoration process needs to address. Your comfort and convenience as well is considered.

Dental bridges are distinguished from each other through these two factors:

  • The dental issue they are meant to correct
  • The technology or method of application

The different types of dental bridges

First is the traditional dental bridge. This dental restoration uses two crowns which are placed on top of your adjacent teeth. Your dentist needs to reshape nearby teeth to make sure that there is enough space to attach the crowns.

Next is the cantilever bridge. As opposed to the traditional type, this uses a single crown to support the entire restoration. Normally this is not advisable to use on your back teeth as your molars have the most pressure when you bite. This bridge can easily collapse and it would just be a waste of money if it gets damaged. This bridge is still presented as option for patients who want to preserve the original structure of their tooth. However, it is no longer recommended by most dentists.

Third is the bonded bridge. Minimal alteration of your surrounding teeth is involved here. But there are two small wings that will be attached to your adjacent teeth. To apply this type, your dentist has to create a durable bond for the restoration and micro-etch … Read the rest

In the general and cosmetic dentistry, dental bridges are the bastion, and it is quite surprising to note that there are only a few options, which are available for people when choosing the top dental appliances. Any person who does not have one or more teeth is a potential candidate for having the dental bridge. Therefore, it is important to understand the distinct types present and the styles which are good for different specific conditions.

The viaduct is normally a series of fake teeth, which are utilized in the place of ordinary teeth. The end part, generally referred to as the abutments, is put tightly on the patient's original teeth in order to hold the bridge at its required place. The bogus teeth in the center or the pontics are created to blend with the size and texture of the missing tooth with metal, ceramic or a crossbreed of these two.

They come in three different categories. There are the removable, implanted and fixed. Normally, the detachable types were the usual selection since dental knowledge had not developed in such a way that you could have a semi-permanent or lasting way out. They were more like dentures, which can be separated every night in order to clean them. The modern tech used provides options for either long-term or temporary solutions for individuals who have been missing teeth.

The fixed bridge is not invasive like the implanted ones. Once you have fitted them, they have their own advantages and issues. They are not expensive compared to the others; they are reliable for the adjacent teeth and chin. After you have lost one or more teeth, the ones which are left start to droop inside. This in turn causes damage to your gum and jaw. The purpose of the fixed bridge is … Read the rest

Taking care of your oral health is as important as your physical health. When talking about oral health, teeth are the most important part of it. Teeth play an important role in many necessary daily functions, such as eating and talking. Other than that, having a beautiful set of teeth also makes your smile and overall personality more attractive. Therefore, taking a good care of teeth is necessary to prevent any oral disease or tooth problems.

Losing one or more teeth can cause problems in speaking and eating and also degrades your smile and overall personality. However, there is a solution to overcome this problem. Planting Dental Bridges is the most ideal and safe solution to make up for a missing tooth and recover your beautiful smile and overall looks.

Dental Bridges is a dental restoration technique with usually two important components: replacement tooth and dental crowns. Dental crowns are attached on both sides of replacement tooth (also known as Pontics). In this procedure, a replacement tooth is placed on the missing tooth spot and the dental crowns are fixed on the adjunct natural teeth or dental implants. Therefore, a bridge, made up of replacement tooth and crowns, is created to cover the empty spot while using the neighboring teeth as the support of the bridge or replacement tooth. That is why it is known as the dental bridge.

Dental bridges can also be used to make up for more than one missing teeth. The replacement tooth used in the procedure is made up of porcelain, gold, alloy, or mixture of these materials. The material used depends on the location of missing tooth and the condition of patient.

Dental bridges come in three main types.

Traditional Bridges: This type of bridge is made up of either porcelain or ceramic. The … Read the rest

Hiding your smile because of the discomfort caused by your missing tooth? These days there are dental restoration processes that can make your smiles look flawless. Dental bridges are meant to correct dental issues such as tooth replacement. Virtually indistinguishable from natural teeth, they offer both aesthetic and functional benefits.

The type of dental bridges applied by dental clinics depends on the unique requirements of the patient. Before choosing which type is best for you, your dentist will check the issue that the restoration process needs to address. Your comfort and convenience as well is considered.

Dental bridges are distinguished from each other through these two factors:

  • The dental issue they are meant to correct
  • The technology or method of application

The different types of dental bridges

First is the traditional dental bridge. This dental restoration uses two crowns which are placed on top of your adjacent teeth. Your dentist needs to reshape nearby teeth to make sure that there is sufficient space to attach the crowns.

Next is the cantilever bridge. As opposed to the traditional type, this uses a single crown to support the entire restoration. Usually this is not advisable to use on your back teeth as your molars have the most pressure when you bite. This bridge can easily collapse and it would just be a waste of money if it gets damaged. This bridge is still present as option for patients who want to preserve the original structure of their tooth. However, it is no longer recommended by most dentists.

Third is the bonded bridge. Minimal alteration of your surrounding teeth is involved here. But there are two small wings that will be attached to your adjacent teeth. To apply this type, your dentist has to create a durable bond for the restoration and micro-etch … Read the rest

In the general and cosmetic dentistry, dental bridges are the bastion, and it is quite surprising to note that there are only a few options, which are available for people when choosing the top dental appliances. Any person who does not have one or more teeth is a potential candidate for having the dental bridge. Therefore, it is important to understand the distinct types present and the styles which are good for different specific conditions.

The viaduct is typically a series of fake teeth, which are utilized in the place of ordinary teeth. The end part, generally referred to as the abutments, is put firmly on the patient's original teeth in order to hold the bridge at its required place. The bogus teeth in the center or the pontics are created to blend with the size and texture of the missing tooth with metal, ceramic or a crossbreed of these two.

They come in three different categories. There are the removable, implanted and fixed. Normally, the detachable types were the usual selection since dental knowledge had not developed in such a way that you could have a semi-permanent or lasting way out. They were more like dentures, which can be separated every night in order to clean them. The modern tech used provides options for either long-term or temporary solutions for individuals who have been missing teeth.

The fixed bridge is not invasive like the implanted ones. Once you have fitted them, they have their own advantages and issues. They are not expensive compared to the others; they are reliable for the adjacent teeth and chin. After you have lost one or more teeth, the ones which are left start to droop inside. This in turn causes damage to your gum and jaw. The purpose of the fixed bridge is … Read the rest

Dental implants according to cosmetic dentists are a superior procedure than bridges or dentures.

Why?

Dental implant is the best option to help replace missing tooth. It is the closest thing to the actual tooth. It helps conserve teeth, bone and gum and that helps in the long term to preserve overall oral health of the patients. Dental implants help the elderly to eat better and have a better quality of life. For the younger people who lose teeth prematurely due to various reasons, it is now possible to have almost normal teeth helping preserve both their other teeth and self-confidence.

Full tooth implant is a titanium tube like piece, that the tooth connects to, is implanted in your jaw. After that has established it is uncoated and then the actual porcelain tooth, that has another titanium piece on the inside of it, is then inserted into the tube. This whole procedure is done at the site of the former tooth and surrounding gum and teeth are not affected.

One very important reason why implants are better than bridges is because dental bridges and dentures cause the erosion of teeth, bones and gum which is not the case with a tooth implant. Bridges usually are supported by neighboring teeth. The bridge actually rests on these teeth. Over time, the rubbing of the bridge against the teeth causes them to erode and get damaged.

If you can not afford dental implants than the second option you can explore are dental bridges. Not the best, but these are way cheaper. You have to take the underlying risk damaging the neighboring "good" teeth which can get eroded because the dental bridges are resting on them.

Before you decide against implants due to the high cost of dental implants know that they are a … Read the rest

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