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Dental crown

 

is a type of dental restoration which completely caps or encircles a tooth or dental implant. Crowns are often needed when a large cavity threatens the ongoing health of a tooth. They are typically bonded to the tooth using a dental cement. Crowns can be made from many types of materials, which are usually fabricated using indirect methods. Crowns are often used to improve the strength or appearance of teeth.

 

Dental bridge

 

Dental bridge is a dental restoration used to replace a missing tooth by joining permanently to adjacent teeth or dental implants.

 

Type of bridge

Traditional bridges

 

involve creating a crown for the tooth or implant on either side of the missing tooth, with a pontic in between. Traditional bridges are the most common type of bridge and are made of either porcelain fused to metal or ceramics.

Cantilever bridges

 

are used when there are adjacent teeth on only one side of the missing tooth or teeth.

Maryland bonded bridges

 

(also called a resin-bonded bridge or a Maryland bridge) are made of plastic teeth and gums supported by a metal framework. Metal wings on each side of the bridge are bonded to your existing teeth.

Material used for the crowns & bridges

 

Full metal/gold

Porcelain fused to metal/gold

All ceramic

Duration of crown and bridge treatment : 2-3 appointments/p>

 

 

What materials can be used for crowns & bridges?

Metal Alloy

 

Metals with either silver or gold appearance does not mimic the look of real teeth. These traditional restorations has been used for decades.

Zirconium Oxide

 

Porcelain, fused to an underlying metal structure comes closer to the look of real teeth than metal restorations. Metal substructure limits translucency sometimes resulting in restorations looking dull and lifeless.

Porcelain-Fused-To-Metal

 

Porcelain, fused to an underlying metal structure comes closer to the look of real teeth than metal restorations. Metal substructure limits translucency sometimes resulting in restorations looking dull and lifeless.

All Ceramic Materials

Cercon

Strong, attractive and compatible: You expect the best

 

There are not many materials, such as natural diamond, which combine exceptional beauty and strength. In dentistry, there has been continuous research and development to find materials suitable for dental prosthesis that are aesthetically acceptable, of sufficient strength and which are perfectly tolerated by the human body. For many years ceramic materials combined with metals have been used in dental restorations, ceramic to achieve the desired aesthetics, metal for strength.

 

A high-tech ceramic, Zirconium Oxide, is now available and has already been proven in many extreme situations such as heat shields in the Space Shuttle, brake disks for sports cars and the spherical heads of artificial hip joints. This high-tech ceramic has the potential to give prosthetic care a whole new image, because thanks to Cercon smart ceramics it can now be used in dentistry.

 

With the Cercon system, all-ceramic crowns and bridges of up to four units can be made in the incisal and molar regions. In individual cases, depending on the gap of the bridged teeth, even bridges of up to six units are possible. Additional dental applications are already in the testing phase and are just awaiting test results.

 

 

 

Sheer high-tech brilliance for the best results

 

 

 

Until now, zirconium oxide could only be processed at great expense because of its exceptional hardness and was thus prohibitive for use as a dental prosthesis. As the result of progress of a research project carried out by the renowned Zurich Federal Institute of Technology, is it now possible to use this material economically in dental technology.

 

A wax form or model of your “new teeth” is created in the dental laboratory, to the precise specifications provided by your dentist. This wax form serves as the pattern from which a computer-aided milling unit creates your crown or bridge from a solid zirconium oxide blank.

 

A ceramic veneer in your individual tooth colours is then applied to the milled zirconium oxide unit to achieve the desired characteristics and natural looking appearance. The Cercon system operates safely and flawlessly, with everything coming from one source - DeguDent.

 

If you would like to learn more about the fascinating steps involved in creating a dental restoration from Cercon smart ceramics, please contact our dentists.

 

Sheer high-tech brilliance for the best results Until now, zirconium oxide could only be processed at great expense because of its exceptional hardness and was thus prohibitive for use as a dental prosthesis. As the result of progress of a research project carried out by the renowned Zurich Federal Institute of Technology, is it now possible to use this material economically in dental technology. A wax form or model of your “new teeth” is created in the dental laboratory, to the precise specifications provided by your dentist. This wax form serves as the pattern from which a computer-aided milling unit creates your crown or bridge from a solid zirconium oxide blank. A ceramic veneer in your individual tooth colours is then applied to the milled zirconium oxide unit to achieve the desired characteristics and natural looking appearance. The Cercon system operates safely and flawlessly, with everything coming from one source - DeguDent. If you would like to learn more about the fascinating steps involved in creating a dental restoration from Cercon smart ceramics, please contact your dentist or his dental technical laboratory.

 

Zirconium oxide blank

Bonding porcelain

Scanning and milling unit

 

Set value on true quality In addition to a better appearance there are other features that determine the result and longevity of your investment that serve as a particular standard for quality. With Cercon smart ceramics, these quality standards are not just met but re-established. A Cercon dental restoration makes no compromises in aesthetics, compatibility, durability and function.

 

All the facts on Cercon smart ceramics for you at a glance

 

Improved Aesthetics

 

Due to the white zirconium oxide milled substructure Thanks to the specially developed veneering porcelain Cercon®ceram S Optimal shade match to the existing natural teeth Can be contoured to blend with the natural dentition

 

Compatibility

 

Verified by the medical application of zirconium oxide for about 20 years No allergic reactions reported in the published literature No interaction with other dental materials Good insulating behavior of the ceramic against cold/warm influences Thanks to a smooth ceramic surface that supports good oral hygiene

 

Durability

 

Thanks to the exceptional strength of zirconium oxide High stability requiring minimum framework dimensions

"The Dental Design Center is located in Pattaya City on the eastern Gulf coast of Thailand. We cover all aspects of general dentistry, cosmetic and implant surgery, specializing in orthodontics (improper bite, crowded or crooked teeth) and complex restorative work and implant dentistry. We welcome clients from around the world and are confident we can meet all of your dental needs at a fraction of the cost. The ethical, friendly team at The Dental Design Center, Pattaya City are committed to your happiness, safety and comfort. We treat everybody with respect, honesty and professionalism, ensuring we thoroughly understand your situation, and making accurate diagnoses with treatment plans tailored to your needs."

The ethical, friendly team at The Dental Design Center, Pattaya City are committed to your happiness, safety and comfort. We treat everybody with respect, honesty and professionalism, ensuring we thoroughly understand your situation, and making accurate diagnoses with treatment plans tailored to your needs."

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