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Restorative Dentistry

Crowns, Conventional Bridges, Fibre Reinforced Bridges, and Inlays, Onlays and Overlays.

Crowns

A crown is a cap that covers over and protects the whole tooth, restoring the tooth to the original shape, while sealing the tooth and protecting it from further damage.

TREATMENT PROCESS:

Step 1: For vital teeth, your gums will first be numbed with local anaesthesia in order to minimize any pain or discomfort.

Step 2: Your tooth will then be shaped to precise proportions with before an impression of it is taken and your crown is fabricated. Meanwhile, a sturdy temporary crown is placed over the problem tooth while your permanent crown is being made.

Step 3: Adjustment and polishing.

Conventional Bridges

A conventional bridge is a tooth replacement that is attached with cement to adjacent natural teeth. The adjacent teeth are used to support the missing tooth prosthesis. Like crowns, bridges can be fabricated with different materials. An x-ray is needed to determine whether the adjacent teeth to the missing tooth is suitable for a bridge.

TREATMENT PROCESS:

Step 1: To prepare for a dental bridge, our dentist will usually take a mould to make your bridge.

Step 2: You will be given a temporary bridge while waiting for your permanent bridge to be ready. If so, that is taken out once your permanent bridge has been prepared. The permanent bridge is put in place when ready and usually cemented to the surrounding healthy teeth.

Step 3: Adjustment and polishing.

Fibre Reinforced Bridges

A fibre reinforced bridge is a special dental restoration for replacing missing tooth using crowns on the adjacent tooth. It is not only a minimally invasive procedure but smaller tooth surface grinding is needed.

TREATMENT PROCESS:

Step 1: Fibre strands are placed and bonded to the adjacent teeth.

Step 2: A new tooth is build up to look alike the missing tooth.

Step 3: Polishing and adjustment.

Inlays, Onlays & Overlays

These are indirect restorations on a teeth model which is different from a direct restoration applied in the mouth. Inlays and Onlays are usually made from zirconia or ceramics and are stronger than composites.

TREATMENT PROCESS:

Step 1: The decay is removed, and the cavity is shaped.

Step 2: A mold of the tooth is taken.

Step 3: The onlay or inlay is ready to be cemented.

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