A Dental Crown, often referred to as a cap, is a dental restoration used to cover the exposed surface of a tooth. This is done to strengthen the tooth or enhance its appearance.
On the other hand, a dental bridge is a dental restoration designed to replace one or more missing teeth. It consists of an artificial tooth or teeth that are connected to crowns on either side. These crowns serve as anchors, providing support for the replacement teeth in the bridge.
A Dental Crown or Bridge serves as one of the most prevalent alternatives to permanent dental implants. When you are faced with the absence of one or more consecutive teeth but have sound teeth neighboring the gap, a dental bridge may become necessary. These adjacent healthy teeth provide the necessary support for the dental bridge, effectively filling the void left by the missing teeth.
Here are steps that help with preparation for the procedure:
During the dental bridge procedure, the following steps are typically involved:
The dental bridge procedure helps replace missing teeth, restore function for chewing, and improve the aesthetics of your smile by filling the gap left by missing teeth.
The Dental Crown & Bridge procedure is relatively straightforward and does not involve an extended healing period. While patients may experience mild discomfort and sensitivity in the days immediately following the crown placement, these sensations typically subside. Once the dental cement used to affix the crown hardens, any discomfort dissipates, and gum healing begins after the procedure.
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After receiving a permanent crown, it’s important to maintain good oral hygiene and be cautious about your diet. Avoiding foods rich in sugar is essential to prevent damage to your teeth, whether they are restored or not. Additionally, after getting a permanent crown, it’s advisable to steer clear of certain foods, including nuts, crunchy vegetables, fruits, sticky foods, chewing gum, raisins, steak, and dried fruits, as they may pose a risk to the integrity of the crown or the underlying tooth.
You should brush regularly and floss carefully to keep your mouth clean. During the first 24 hours, brush along the gum line around the crown or bridge—and be sure to thread the floss through at the gumline, do not pull up as this can loosen the crown. The day after your procedure, you can floss normally.
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