Breaking teeth through cracks or weak teeth that result in damage can be very dangerous. In most cases, a person is at risk of losing such a tooth. Dentists invented cosmetic dentistry such as Bridges, which aims to restore the size, shape, and strength of teeth and restore their lustrous appearance.
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A dental crown is an artificial seal that is affixed to the damaged tooth in the shape of a tooth, covering the visible area thereby strengthening the damaged tooth inside. In this way, they protect the broken tooth from further damage, making it healthier and keeping its original shape.
Bridges, on the other hand, as the name suggests, are used to close the tooth gap by cementing it between two natural or implanted teeth, which fill the space.
Crown types available:- The types of crowns available are based on the material they are made of, while others are more expensive and more durable, others are less expensive and do not last long;
• Resin can also be used to make dental crowns, although they are not durable, making installation costs more affordable. Use as a temporary crown.
• Gold and silver alloy crown used with other metal alloys to increase strength and ensure highly durable restoration. This crown is silver or gold.
• Types of porcelain and ceramics match the color of natural teeth and are preferred by people who are allergic to the various metals used in the manufacture of dental crowns.