Crowns and Bridges in Dubai

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Dental Crowns and Bridges

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Dental crowns and bridges are the most widely used dental treatment to protect damaged or weakend tooth to improve their form and function.

Dental crowns are caps placed on weakend or damaged tooth to improve the appearance and protect the tooth from damaging further.

Dental bridges are artificial teeth that replace one or more missing tooth. The artificial tooth are held in place with the help of crowns placed on adjacent natural teeth on either side of the missing space.

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The life span of dental crowns or bridges depends on their maintenance and the amount of wear and tear that the crown or bridge is exposed to. With good oral care practices and avoiding habits like clenching, the crowns or bridges can last a lifetime.

Crowns or bridges do not require special care. Brushing and flossing twice a day will keep the crowns or bridges free from bacteria, food lodgment and deposit build up. Scheduling yearly appointments with our prosthodontics specialist helps us check for any defects.

Temporary crowns are a temporary fix to protect your tooth preparation until the permanent crown is made. We suggest a few precautions to avoid dislodging of the temporaries and damaging the tooth under them:

  • Avoid sticky and chewy food that could pull off the temporary crown

  • Minimize use of the side of your mouth with temporary crown

  • Avoid the use of hard foods like raw vegetables that could dislodge or break the crown

If your crown or bridge feels loose or has fallen off, this is because the cement under the crown washed out. This allows bacteria to leak in and cause decay in the tooth beneath the crown. Book the earliest appointment with our prosthodontist to get them fixed or remade if necessary. Scheduling an appointment with your dentist once a year will help us prevent an unfortunate dental event.

A dark line next to the gum line of your crowned tooth is the metal of the crown showing through. This will be present only in the case of metal fused ceramic crowns. We have a wide range of metal free crowns that look like natural teeth and do not have the dark line.

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