• Crown & Bridge
 
 
 
Dental Crowns
A crown completely covers the tooth above the gum line and protects it. Crowns are made of gold, platinum, titanium, zirconium, ceramic or porcelain or a combination..
 
The combination crown has been the primary material of choice, however the usage of all porcelain crowns are now rapidly on the increase due to stronger porcelains being available. These crowns look much more lifelike.
 
Dental Bridges
A bridge replaces missing teeth by fixing a replacement tooth (or teeth) to the natural teeth at each end of the gap. Some bridges have crowns at each end. With others, the replacement teeth are stuck just to the sides of the teeth beside the gap. Bridges are often made of metal, porcelain or ceramic materials.
 
 
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1. Routine Treatments 2. Dental Implants 3. Laser Dental Treatments 4. Cosmetic Dentistry
# Oral Health # Implant Procedure # Laser Surgery - Video # Indirect Veneers - Video
# White Fillings (Same Day Teeth) # Implants (General) # Benefits of Laser Treatment # Cosmetic Dentistry
# Cosmetic & Restorative # Conventional Implants # Lasers - General Info # Prepless Veneers
# Gum Problems # Mini Implants # Types of Lasers # Smile-Makeover
# Extractions (Wisdom Teeth) # Fin Implants # Soft Tissue Laser 8. Dentures (Prosthetic Dentistry)
# Denture Solutions # Sinus Grafting 7. Restorative Dentistry 12. Dental Jewellery
5. Crowns & Bridges # Bone Grafting 11. Orthodontic Treatment (Braces) 13. Digital X-rays
9. Root Canal Tretment 6. Teeth Whitening # General Orthodontics 10. Gum (Flap) Surgeries
# Endodontic Treatment #Tray Based # Invisalign # Gum Diseases
# Types of R.C.T #Laser Based # Orthodontics # Gum Problems