Bridges & Crowns

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Dental bridges and crowns are permanent prosthetic devices that dentist use.


Dental Crowns are a tooth-shaped cap which is placed on the tooth to restore the shape, size, and appearance of the tooth. It also enhances the strength of the tooth. If the major part of the tooth is missing, then the crown is the best solution for it. By placing the crown, a tooth can function normally again.

Dental crowns are used as caps on missing or fractured tooth to protect the life of your teeth.


Dental Crowns can be made in variety come in various materials such as Metal Crowns, Porcelain-Fused-To-Metal, Ceramic Crown

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2. Check Up

Universal dental hospital provides you a keen and detailed checkup of your dental health with atmost advanced equipment.

3. Treatments

After checking your dental health and number of teeth missing, Dentist will let you know the kind of treatment that suits for you.

4. Recovery

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Frequently Ask Questions

Dental bridges and crowns are permanent prosthetic devices that dentist use. These are bound to hold your actual teeth together. Crowns can cover an implant to wrap up an injured tooth. Bridges, the word suggests, are used to bridge the gap between two teeth.
As noted above, crowns and bridges serve different purposes. If you have a deteriorating tooth, a crown might be the better option. However, if you've have missing teeth, a bridge is the better decision.
Most dental insurances state that the life of a bridge should be at least five years - meaning you are not eligible for a new bridge until the five years is up. That being said, with proper oral hygiene, a bridge should last well over ten years for more patients.

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