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These are the teeth that are formed in the laboratory environment by taking measurements from the patients and placed in the mouth in case of any loss of function.
According to usage areas;
- Bridges, as they are divided into two.
According to the variety of materials;
- Metal-supported porcelain,
- Zirconium supported porcelain,
- Metal-free porcelain
Teeth that are too damaged to be restored with filling can be covered with crowns after treatment. The crowns produced are adhered to the teeth with special agents.
Loss of function as a result of teeth lost for any reason can be completed with bridges made with supports taken from neighboring teeth. Supported teeth in bridges can be two or more. The bridges formed have also adhered to the support teeth with the same system.
As in all dental treatments, crown bridges should be checked by a dentist every 6 months, and if there is a problem, treatments should be applied.
All You Wondered About The Treatment
I don't want to have my good teeth cut. Isn't it better if it's empty?
When you experience tooth loss, the entire tooth alignment is affected. Movements occur especially in the opposing and lateral teeth, and decays and gingival disorders, especially in neighboring teeth, may begin. For this reason, the location of the lost tooth should be completed in a way. The ideal is to complete the gaps with the implant. If the implant is not possible, a bridge should be made.
Can my crown or bridge tooth decay?
Just as your enamel, which is one of the hardest tissues, can rot, your tooth under the crowns can also rot.