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Porcelain Crown & Bridge

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Porcelain Crown & Bridge

Porcelain Crown & Bridge

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Porcelain Crown & Bridge

Porcelain crowns & bridges crowns are used to restore extremely worn or badly damaged teeth. They are made of porcelain and cover the whole tooth.

Porcelain Crown & Bridge are the ideal solution for you if you have:

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Missing Teeth

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Broken Teeth

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Weak root canal treated teeth

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Excessively worn down teeth

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Spaces between teeth

The ‘traditional’ way of doing dental crowns

Traditionally, to make tooth crowns, part of the tooth surface is removed allowing for a mould to be taken, from which the crown is fabricated. Provisional covers are fitted on the teeth while the fabrication is undertaken. On the second visit, these covers are removed, while the customised crowns are cemented in place. This process usually takes up to two weeks.

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How We Do It – same day visits

New CEREC technology has made the fabrication of tooth crowns a much simpler process where a digital model of the teeth is taken with a special camera, and the highly accurate tooth crowns are made on the spot while you wait. This new technology also makes it possible for a lot less healthy tooth structure to be cut away making the final result more durable and aesthetic.

Bridges are made when one or more teeth are lost, and the remaining teeth on the sides of the gap are used to hold the bridge in place. A dental bridge is a series of crowns fused together to replace one or more missing teeth. It is very important to assess the teeth supporting the bridge very carefully as if there is a possibility of future problems the whole bridge will fail.

With the advancement in dental implant technology, there are fewer bridges being made these days as more people replace their missing teeth with dental implants Adelaide. Every case needs to be carefully considered based on its own merits before decisions regarding the final treatment are made.

Our Process

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A discussion about what you would like to achieve is the first step. Your options are then discussed based on your individual circumstances.

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Digital Mould

A digital impression (mould) is then taken for making the crown based on the performed mock up. Minimum roughening of the outer layer of enamel (not visible by naked eye) is performed before digital impressions (photos) are taken again to fabricate the final result. In most cases no injections and no temporaries are needed.

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Same Day, Onsite Fabrication

The porcelain dental veneers are then crafted using CEREC, a German-designed Computer Aided Design (CAD) / Computer Aided Manufactured (CAM) system on site by the dentist. This ensures the dental veneers are a very close replica of what we have agreed on.

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The veneers are cemented on after the final observation and necessary adjustments. we often ask you to return for a review appointment. Nightguards are sometimes needed to protect your teeth and your new veneers.

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