Dental Crowns and Bridges Abroad
A cheaper aternative to dental implants: dental crowns are type of aesthetic structures which resemble the crowns of the teeth. They are actually caps which are placed on the teeth. They cover the teeth and restore the shape, size and improve the appearance as well as functioning of the teeth.
Bridges and crowns are fixed prosthetic devices that are cemented onto existing teeth or implants, by a dentist or prosthodontist. Crowns are used most commonly to entirely cover or “cap” a damaged tooth or cover an implant.
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Dental crowns are applied when people experience one or more of the following issues: have cracked or chipped teeth, teeth got worn out over time, severe tooth decay, crooked, stained, or discolored teeth.
As a consequence, the final cost of a dental crown is determined by:
- materials used: zirconia, ceramic-metal or PFM (porcelain fused-to-metal), all-metal, gold and base metal alloys, all-ceramic, gold-ceramic, platinum
- number of treated teeth
- X-rays sessions
- other treatments that might come along: root canal treatment, materials to build the tooth, teeth whitening veneers or other procedures
Dental Crown Time Requirements
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Visit 1 (allow 2-4 hours for this first dental session)
- OPG X-ray & consultation session with the dentist ending with a treatment plan being agreed on
- Painless local anaesthetic is given
- The dentist then reshapes your natural tooth/teeth to fit the crowns or bridgework needed.
- The dentist then consults with you, determining the colour, bite, length and shape of the crowns that you want.
- The dentist then makes impressions of your teeth and the mould is sent to or on-site digital dental laboratory
- Temporary crowns or bridgework is then usually fitted during the time that the crowns are being prepared in the dental lab.
Visit 2 (allow 2 -4 hours for this last dental session)
- The dentist removes your temporary crowns
- He then fits and cements the new crown or bridgework on your teeth or dental implants.
- You then both check to see if the crown perfectly fits your bite and overall desired look.