Dental Crowns & Bridges

Much of making sure your oral health is good standing comes from having a healthy lifestyle. However, you may find yourself with a cracked or missing tooth at some point in your lifetime. No matter the reason, no one desires to live with the pain or eye sore a damaged tooth can impose on a person. It is important to visit your local Winnipeg dentist as soon as possible when you find yourself in this situation. There two different methods of repairing a missing tooth or teeth; dental crowns and bridges.

Dental Crowns

Applying dental crowns is very common in the world of dentistry and some describe them as the hidden gem of due to their functionality. You probably know a few people who have had dental crowns but would not realize it. A dental crown is a cap used to seal your tooth into place. Patients often get dental crowns for a variety of reasons but the most common ones are to strengthen, protect, or improve the appearance of a tooth.

A few reasons people may visit their local Winnipeg dentist to get a crown:

  • A fractured or cracked tooth
  • A severely discolored tooth
  • A tooth that is susceptible to cracking due to root canal therapy or a cavity filling

If you have experienced or anticipate experiencing one of these dental issues in the future, you should get more information about the benefits of dental crowns from your Winnipeg dentist.

Dental Bridges

Dental bridges are similar to crowns but provide a more specific type of treatment. Bridges are applied on patients who are missing one or more teeth. Before the implementation of the dental bridge, your dentist will take impression of your teeth to create the best replica of the tooth or teeth affected. It may take a few appointments to complete the full procedure.

Once they create the replica of the missing tooth or teeth, they then attach a crown on either side to can over the pre-existing tooth or teeth. Ultimately creating a bridge. You may want to learn more about dental bridges through your Winnipeg dentist office as they will provide you with more in-depth information on the procedure.


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