Crowns and bridges are fixed artificial teeth that are cemented onto existing teeth or implants
Crowns are used most commonly to cover or “cap” a damaged tooth or a root canal treated tooth or cover an implant . Bridges are used to cover a space if you’re missing one or more teeth. The existing nearby teeth are ground down to create space for the prosthetic teeth.
Types of Crowns
Zirconia crown – Premium :
Highest quality metal free all ceramic esthetic crowns for anterior and posterior teeth.
Zirconia crown – Classic :
High quality metal free all ceramic esthetic crowns for anterior and posterior teeth.
High quality metal free with superior esthetics for anterior teeth.
Metal ceramic crown : LASER sintered crown for superior fit.
Metal Ceramic Classic
Crown or Bridge
Fixed implant - ( All on 4/ All on 6 )
Dental Implants & Dentures
Zygoma Dental Implants
The enamel and dentin covering the pulp is removed and an access is created for cleaning the roots of the teeth. The Decay of the tooth is first removed and the tooth is the drilled with a handpiece to remove the tooth covering the pulp to get access to the root and the canals.This procedure helps in proper location of the root canal openings.
Tooth Root Cleaning
Small instruments called files are used to clean the pulp tissue and disinfect the root till the apex of the teeth.This procedures removes all the bacteria and infection from the root of the tooth.
Root Canal Obturation
Once the cleaning is completed, a rubber like material called Gutta percha is filled into the empty root space to get a proper seal.
Post and Crown
After completion of the root canal, a Crown or an overlay is placed along with a post and core if needed to maintain the tooth thereafter in function.