Fix Damaged or Missing Teeth
Crowns are usually placed on teeth when the tooth has been very compromised. When it’s so broken down either with existing large fillings there before, or maybe a patient came in, has a broken tooth, or maybe a tooth has had a root canal placed on it, so the tooth becomes compromised or not very strong. And if that patient was biting down on something as simple as chicken or bread, it can break, which tells you that the tooth is weaker maybe. So we place crowns, which is placed over the tooth, and it strengthened the tooth. And the crown is also tooth colored, and so then it looks very natural in the mouth. And it’s very, very strong, and so it enables them to be able to eat pretty much anything.
A bridge is usually placed, for example, when someone has a missing tooth, for example. Where they don’t have enough bone height or support for an implant, another option is to place a bridge in the area. And a bridge is where you place crowns on the two teeth that are at the end and supports the middle tooth, and it allows them to be able to eat better. Food doesn’t get caught or hurt the gums where the missing tooth was, and also it stabilizes their bite as well, so the other teeth don’t shift. And it also it looks very natural. You know, usually when people have bridge in there, they don’t notice that they have something different. Yeah, it’s feels very natural.stibulum id ligula porta felis euismod semper. Morbi leo risus, porta ac consectetur ac, vestibulum at eros.