Restorative dentistry is a major specialty at Drs. Rubinstein and Ducoff, where our dental team offers dental treatments that can repair and restore the structures of teeth, boosting patients’ oral health. Whether tooth loss, dental infections, or damaged tooth structures, these dental issues can all be resolved in restorative dentistry with oral appliances like dental crowns and bridges.
They are tooth-shaped and tooth-colored porcelain appliances used in dentistry to repair and restore teeth. Dental crowns concentrate on restoring damaged tooth enamels. Ideally, your dentist would place a dental crown to repair a broken, cracked, chipped, or decayed tooth, matching its look and feel to the rest of your healthy teeth.
They are tooth-shaped and tooth-colored oral appliances used for replacing missing teeth in dentistry. They feature dental crowns and an artificial replacement tooth. Usually, dental crowns for missing teeth are attached to an artificial tooth on either both or one side. The role of dental crowns is to hold the replacement tooth in place. The crowns are meant to go over the adjacent teeth. As such, dental crowns and bridges in Providence, RI, are used together for many restorative dental procedures for replacing missing teeth.
Technically, dental crowns can be used individually to achieve many dental transformations in dentistry. However, when it comes to replacing missing teeth, they are used alongside bridges.
Crown and bridge teeth are very effective for single tooth replacement. With one or two dental crowns, a dental bridge can comfortably replace your single tooth. The number of dental crowns in use depends on the type of bridgework you prefer. Some appliances can work with a single dental crown, while others require two dental crowns on either side of the artificial tooth.
If you have up to three missing teeth in a row, your dentist can still work out a dental bridges to replace your teeth. It would require having three artificial replacement teeth supported by two dental crowns.
Restorative dentistry comprises various treatment methods that can replace lost teeth. Your dentist will select the most suitable alternative based on several reasons, including the number of teeth you are missing, your preferences, budget, to mention a few. Some of the benefits that can help you choose crown and bridge treatment for tooth replacement over their counterparts are: