The perfect solution to large gaps and multiple missing teeth
a dental bridge is a false tooth which is fused between two crowns to fill in the area left by a missing tooth. Even if your missing teeth are causing no discomfort, dental bridges are recommended for preventing potential future problems. These could include bite distortion, caused by your remaining teeth shifting to fill the gap, and vulnerability to gum disease and jaw pain. Just like crowns, bridges are usually created from porcelain or precious metal, and are an excellent fixed alternative to dentures.
Known as a fixed bridge, it can be used to replace one or more missing teeth, but cannot be taken out of your mouth.
Advantages of Composite Bonding:
- Results in natural colour
- Predictable aesthetic and functional results
- No drilling of the tooth necessary and therefore no injection required.
- Most cases accomplished in one appointment.
- Reversible in most cases (Bonded composite veneers are reversible)
- No impressions need to be taken and no temporaries are required.
- Future treatment options are wide and varied in most cases.
- Failure is rare and very easy to fix. Can be done directly in the chair therefore reduces costs as cuts out the technician’s involvement.
Frequently Asked Questions
Your suitability for composite bonding will depend on many factors, such as the position and colour of your teeth, but also what you would like your final smile to look like. Generally, your teeth will need to be in good condition with enough tooth enamel to bond the composite onto.
Composite Bonding is a quick, easy, and pain-free treatment. To prepare the tooth your dentist will clean it first, then apply an “etching” gel to roughen the surface for a better bond. Next, the resin material is either painted on as a liquid or applied in a putty-like state and shaped and sculpted. It is hardened using a special curing light and then polished to achieve a pleasant shine.
The composite resin used is designed specifically for this treatment and is very durable. However, it is still not as strong as porcelain and can chip and break. The longevity of the treatment will be determined to a large degree by how the teeth are looked after and any potentially destructive habits you may have. These will be identified to you by your Pro Dental dentist.
Currently Pro Dental have priced Composite Bonding at just £250 per tooth, reduced from £450 per tooth for limited time only.
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