Fixed prosthetics

Fixed prosthetics

ixed prosthetics are a long-lasting solution for dental problems, improving both aesthetics and functionality while promoting oral health. They are designed to be permanent, meaning they are not removable by the patient and can only be removed by a dentist if necessary. These prosthetics are typically made from materials like porcelain, ceramic, or metal alloys to mimic the appearance and strength of natural teeth.Dental Crowns: These are caps or coverings that are placed over a single damaged or decayed tooth. Crowns restore the tooth's shape, size, strength, and appearance while protecting it from further damage.Dental Bridges: Bridges are used to replace one or more missing teeth. They consist of one or more artificial teeth (pontics) anchored to neighboring healthy teeth or dental implants. Bridges restore a complete smile and help maintain proper dental alignment.Inlays and Onlays: These are conservative alternatives to crowns for repairing mildly to moderately damaged teeth. Inlays fit within the cusps (points) of a tooth's chewing surface, while onlays cover one or more cusps.