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Crowns & Bridges

Advantages and disadvantages of Crowns and Bridges

There are different types of caps available:

  • Acrylic Crowns.
  • Golden metal Crowns.
  • Silver metal (Chrome Cobalt) Crowns.
  • Nickel Titanium with 1/2or partial Ceramic (Porcelain) Crowns.
  • Nickel Titanium Base Coated with Full Covered Ceramic (Porcelain) Crowns.
  • Precious metal (Titanium + Silver) with Full Covered Ceramic (Porcelain) Crowns.
  • Precious Gold Coated with Full Ceramic Covered Porcelain) Crowns.
  • Full Ceramic (Porcelain) Crowns.

What are the Advantages/Disadvantages of these?

  • Very Natural Looking
  • Great Translucency
  • Beautiful Fit and Function
  • Coping made through Computerized Cad-Cam Technology
  • Complete Elimination of “Grey/Black Lines” near the gums
  • Crown & Bridges can be fabricated
  • Excellent Esthetics

The best recommended option of all full coverage restorations

  • Elimination of Ugly “Grey Line” at the Gums
  • Beautiful and Natural Looking
  • Enhanced Strength and Durability
  • Reduces Plaque and Bacteria
  • Precise fit
  • Only Crowns and Maximum of a 3 Unit Bridge.

3) SEMI-PRECIOUS FULL CERAMIC 2% Gold, 56% Palladium, 36% Silver Containing Alloy

  • Superior Esthetics
  • Super Strength
  • Multi-Unit Bridges

4) NON-PRECIOUS FULL CERAMIC (Full Ceramic Crown with Nickel-Titanium Base)

  • Good Esthetics
  • Good Strength
  • A Better Option than Non-Precious Half Ceramic

5) NON-PRECIOUS HALF CERAMIC (½ Metal + ½ Ceramic Crown with Nickel-Titanium Base)

  • An Economical Option than Non-Precious Full Ceramic

6) NON PRECIOUS FULL METAL (Full Metal Crown with Chrome –Cobalt Base)

  • The Most Economical Option of all – though not the best option