Crowns and Bridges

Crowns, Bridges, Fixed dentures and Complete dentures.

Crowns and Bridges
Crowns and Bridges

Samhita Dental and Polyclinic is one of the best multispeciality dental clinics in Basaveshwarnagar, Bengaluru, which performs prosthodontic treatment including crown and bridges. The dentists at Samhita Dental and Polyclinic are qualified and experienced who perform the restorative techniques that repair damaged or missing teeth. Samhita Dental and Polyclinic follows rigorous steps in the procedure of putting a crown and bridge by maintaining or restoring the patient's bite and smile by reversing the tooth damage or loss.

Dentists from Samhita Dental and Polyclinic in Bengaluru may suggest a dental crown and bridge as an artificial replacement of the upper part of the tooth, to restore the function. The other most common reasons could be root canal treatment, broken or fractured teeth, etc. However, if there is any situation where the patient has a missing tooth due to an accident or decay doctors take extra care and the treatment is initiated only after a detailed discussion with the family of the patient. There are four types of crowns and Samhita Dental and Polyclinic all kinds of crown and bridge treatment.

Samhita Dental and Polyclinic in Bangalore champions in maintaining hygiene and sanitation of the highest order and kind of COVID-19 precaution is taken.

The cost of crown and bridge treatment in Samhita Dental and Polyclinic in Bangalore is reasonable and the majority depends on the kind of material one uses. Samhita Dental and Polyclinic offers the best materials for the manufacturing of crowns and bridges with 99% success guaranteed.


What are a crown and bridge?
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. Bridges are commonly used to cover a space if you're missing one or more teeth.

How long do a crown and bridges last?
Dental bridges usually last anywhere between 5 to 15 years, but a lot depends on maintenance and oral hygiene.

Does food get under dental bridges?
Ill-fitting bridges may result in food to get caught in. So it is essential that the bridges fit in.

What are the disadvantages of dental bridges?
There are a number of disadvantages to dental bridges: Once the bridge is fitted, the adjacent teeth that hold the bridge in place may become damaged. Risk of decay is present if the crowns over the abutting teeth are ill-fitting.  

Is dental bridge permanent?
Permanent bridges cannot be taken out of the teeth without a dentist's help.

What are the different types of dental bridges?
There are different types of dental bridges: cantilever bridge, Maryland bonded bridge, Resin-bonded bridges.

What is the cost of crown and bridge in Bangalore?
the cost of crown and bridge in Bangalore varies depending on the dental center visited and the type of dental bridges selected.

What is crown and bridge treatment?
The dental bridge procedure is a restorative dental treatment to replace missing teeth. The bridge fills the gap in the mouth between healthy teeth or dental implants on either side to restore both the function and appearance of teeth.

Why is dental bridge painful?
Pain may be felt if your dental bridge is loose or there's decay under the crown that supports the bridge. A dental bridge may also hurt because of a gum disease that has weakened the supporting teeth, or a nerve died in one of those supporting teeth resulting in an abscess.

How long does the pain last after crown and bridge treatment?
After the permanent restoration is placed it is normal to feel slight pressure and sensitivity to hot or cold for a few days. If, however, after 2-3 days the bite still feels uneven or any discomfort is felt then it is advised to consult a doctor immediately.

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