Dentures,Crowns & Bridges

Dental Bridges

A dental bridge is a false tooth that is used to fill the gap created by missing tooth or teeth. A gap between your teeth can be potentially dangerous to your dental health, as it can cause your teeth to shift resulting in a change in your bite that could be painful. Dental bridges help alleviate this problem by using the two surrounding teeth as anchors to hold a false tooth in the place where the gap is. Typically, porcelain crowns are placed over the surrounding teeth, and the false tooth, known as a pontic, is fused between them.

Types of dental bridges

There are three types of dental bridges that are commonly used today

Traditional fixed bridge - This is the most common type of dental bridge, in which porcelain crowns are placed over the two surrounding teeth and used as anchors to hold the face tooth in place. The false tooth is usually made of either porcelain fused to metal or ceramics.

How it's done

A minimum of two visits are required for placing a dental bridge. At the first visit, three important steps are completed. Firstly, the surrounding teeth are prepared to be fitted with a crown. This may including filing down the tooth so that the crown can fit over it. Secondly, an impression is taken of your teeth which will be sent to a laboratory to prepare the bridge and crown. Finally, the dentist fits your teeth with a temporary bridge to protect them while the bridge is prepared at the laboratory.

At the second visit, the temporary bridge is removed and the new bridge received from the laboratory is fitted and adjusted. Multiple visits may be necessary to check and adjust the fit.

While missing teeth can make it difficult to chew or leave you feeling insecure about your appearance, more serious problems, including teeth shifting, bite misalignment, gum disease and additional tooth loss make these gaps a problem you cannot ignore. A dental bridge is a fixed appliance made of two dental crowns for the teeth on either side of the gap and artificial, replacement tooth/teeth in between that literally bridge the gap. Natural teeth, dental implants, or a combination of natural teeth and dental implants can be used to support the bridge. Unlike dental implants rooted into the jaw, a bridge superficially “bridges” or fills gaps, without the need for oral surgery. As the bridge is firmly secured inside the mouth and cannot be removed by hand, it will prevent surrounding teeth from shifting out of place, creating a more attractive, gap-free smile


Veneers can whiten, lengthen and straighten teeth to provide a more attractive smile. Veneers are thin, custom-made porcelain facings crafted of tooth-colored materials that are permanently bonded to the tooth surface. Rather than encompassing the entire tooth as is the case with a crown, a conservative amount of tooth is removed, preserving a large amount of the original structure while making room for the veneer. The veneer is constructed of porcelain, a non-pourous, durable material that is more resistant to staining and chipping than simple tooth bonding. If you suffer from broken, crooked, chipped, gapped or permanently discolored teeth, veneers can create a more uniform, beautiful smile.


Whether from periodontal disease, malnutrition, genetic disorders or injury,dentures restore oral function and revitalize smiles for patients who are missing all of their teeth, or who have a few healthy teeth remaining. Full or complete dentures are used when all the upper or lower teeth are missing. Partialdentures are used to replace a series of missing teeth and are secured to the remaining natural teeth with clasps. Whether full or patialdentures are required, your custom designed denture will provide you with a natural-looking smile that securely and comfortably fits your mouth and facial structure. Use of dentures will improve speech, restore proper chewing and provide support to facial muscles, resulting in a younger-looking smile and appearance.

Teeth whitening in single visit

Teeth Whitening

Our teeth can discolor through the years as our enamel wears down. The wearing down of enamel allows dentin, a yellow color substance that makes the core of our teeth, to show through. This is what gives our teeth a yellowish tint. Teeth whitening helps restore teeth to a shiny white color through the use of bleach.

Teeth whitening methods

There are two popular teeth whitening options available through your dentist. The first, in-office teeth whitening, produces a significant color change in your teeth in a short amount of time, usually within an hour. The procedure is done at the dentist's office by applying a high-concentration peroxide gel on the teeth after they have been protected with a special shield.

The second method, involves the use of take home whitening kits. These whitening kits are purchased from your doctor for use at home. The strength of the gel used in these kits is lower than that used for in-office bleaching, and thus the gel can be applied for longer periods of time. Usually the trays are worn a couple hours a day or overnight for a few days or weeks depending on the product.It is best to consult your dentist to understand which whitening option is best for you.

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