Importance of Restorative procedures
- They are crucial for restoring the health and fuctionality of teeth that have been damaged due to decay, trauma, or other factors
- They can improve the appearance of teeth and enhance the overall esthetics of the smile.
- Restorative procedures play a key role in restoring the proper function of teeth. Chewing and biting ability can be compromised when teeth are damaged or missing.
- Preventing further complications associated with dental issues
Also known as dental caps or tooth caps, are dental restorations that are used to cover or encase a damaged, weakend, or aesthetically compromised tooth. They are custom-made to fit over the entire visible portion of a tooth above the gum line, providing protection, strength, and improved appearance.
Dental restorations that are used to replace one or more missing teeth. They are called bridges because they bridge the gap created by missing teeth.
They are typically made from porcelain, ceramic, metal alloys, or a combination of these materials.
Dental Implant Restorations
They are dental prostheses that are attached to dntal implants to replace missing teeth. Dental implants are artificial tooth rooths that are surgically placed into the jawbone, where they fuse with the bone over time to provide a stable and durable foundation for dental restorations.
They are removable dental prostheses that are used to replace missing teeth and surrounding tissues. They can be used to replace a few missing teeth (partial dentures) or a full arch of missing teeth (complete dentures).
They are typically made from a combination of materials, including acrylic resin, metal, and porcelain. They are custom-made to fit the patient's mouth and gums, and are designed to closely resemble natural teeth.