பற்களில் போடப்படும் "காப்"பிற்கு ,நாம் தேர்ந்தடுக்கும் "காப்"பிற்கு எயிற்பக பல்லில் வடிவமைப்பு செய்ய வேண்டும் .இவ்வடிவமைப்பு மிகவும் நார்த்தியானது ,சரியான வடிவமைப்பு தரமான காப்பிற்கு ஆரம்பம்
நிரந்தர பல்வைப்பதற்கு நாங்கள் "சிலிக்கான்" அளவு எடுக்கும் முறையை பயன்படுத்துகிறோம்
இந்த முறையால் "அல்ஜினேட் "அளவில் வரும் குறைகளை தவிர்க்க முடிகிறது
"தரமான அளவெடுக்கும் முறை தரமான செ யற்கைப்பல்"
There are several metals that can be used in dental crowns, including gold, palladium, nickel and chromium. Metal crowns rarely chip or break, last the longest in terms of wear down and only require a small amount of your tooth to be removed. They can also withstand biting and chewing forces. The metallic color is the main drawback of this type of crown. Metal crowns are a good choice for out-of-sight molars.
This type of dental crown can be matched to the color of the teeth that’s next to the crown. They have a more natural tooth color. However, sometimes the metal under the crown’s porcelain cap shows through as a dark line. Other cons include the chance of the crown’s porcelain portion chipping or breaking off and the crown wearing down the teeth opposite it within the mouth. This wear on the other teeth specifically affects the teeth that come into contact with the crown on the top and bottom of your mouth when it’s closed. Porcelain-fused-to-metal dental crowns can be a good choice for front or back teeth.
these types of dental crowns provide the best natural color match compared to any other crown type. They’re also a good choice if you have metal allergies. However, they aren’t as strong as porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns. They can also wear down the teeth opposite them in the mouth a little more than metal or resin crowns. All-ceramic crowns are a good choice for front teeth.
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DMLS is also a good option if zirconia seems expensive. DMLS is a type of metal ceramic crown but the metal part of it is fabricated by laser sintering machine. While zirconia is completely CAD fabricated that is machine fabricated. Zirconia has better esthetic over DMLS. Strength wise both are similar.
Nearly indestructible. Carved out a single block of Zirconium crystal (hence the name monolithic), these crowns are baked at ultra-high temperatures. As a result, the crowns become extremely tough. Their ability to withstand wear and tear, compared to other materials used in dental prostheses, is unparalleled.
Porcelain fused-to-zirconia (PFZ) involves fabricating a full-contour zirconia crown. A window on the face of the crown is cut out so as not to compromise the strength of the zirconia. Then, an overlay of translucent porcelains are layered and baked on. External stains are applied for characterization with incredible results! PFZ is the ultimate combination of both resistance to wear and aesthetics.
Replace several tooth in the same quadrant or in both quadrants of the same arch.Ideal for patients who are not interested for fixed bridge or dental implants.
Lack of suitable teeth/tooth in the arch to support and retain the removable prosthesisChronic poor oral hygienePatient case with low clearanceSevere periodontal conditions that threaten the life of remaining teeth/tooth.
BPS® stands for Biofunctional Prosthetic System. These Dentures are ‘Top of the Line’ precision dentures that provide optimum function while eating, speaking or laughing. They feature the best teeth and plastics money can buy. By far the best part of BPS® Dentures are the use of the SR Ivocap processing system.
Precision Attachments are special attachments used for the perfect fit of removable partial dentures. The attachment prosthesis consists a combination of permanently fixed and removable denture. (semi fixed denture). It is a passive retention mechanism by which the abutment teeth are not exposed to excessive forces.
Removable partial dentures with precision attachments are used for treating terminally involved dental arches (free end saddle). It uses a double tilt retention mechanism thus preventing gravitational and muscular forces from dislodging the partial denture during function. The use of double tilting path of insertion eliminates the torquing stresses that the most abutments are forced to absorb from conventional retentive mechanisms.