Everyone wants to smile and laugh, but what if you feel comfortable while smiling, or laughing? Don’t worry because there are branded artificial tooth that help people to regain artificial teeth that look like natural teeth.
There are many reasons for losing teeth like:
Artificial teeth provide the solution to the problems of many. There are different types of artificial brand tooth. Artificial teeth are also known as dentures or false teeth.
These are used when natural teeth remain in the mouth. They are clipped around the healthy teeth.
When no natural teeth are left in the mouth, then full dentures are used. These are dentures attached to a plate .These plates are then fitted in the gums.
As suggested by the name, they are removable dentures. They are traditional false teeth, but the main advantage is that it is easier to clean them.
The flip side is that it can easily slip out of place. Therefore, a doctor recommends patients to avoid sticky, chewy, or hard food.
Flexible dentures are made of durable materials and are more comfortable as compared to traditional dentures. They are also light in weight. Furthermore, they are costlier than other dentures
|All-Porcelain||Porcelain Fused to Metal||Zirconia Metal|
|General Description||Porcelain, ceramic or glasslike fillings and crowns||Porcelain is fused to an underlying metal structure to provide strength to a crown or bridge||Zirconia metal result in strong, effective crowns and bridges|
|Principal Uses||Inlays, onlays, crowns and aesthetic veneers||Crowns and fixed bridges||Crowns and Fixed bridges|
|Durability||May fracture under heavy biting loads||Very strong and durable||High corrosion resistance prevents tarnishing; high strength resists fracture and wear|
|Preparation Consideration||Strength depends on adequate porcelain thickness; it requires oderate tooth reduction during preparation||Including both porcelain and
metal creates a stronger
restoration than porcelain
alone; moderately aggressive
tooth reduction is required
|We can make a full zirconia crown with only 1mm of space|
|Resistance to Wear||Highly resistant to wear, but porcelain can rapidly wear opposing teeth if its surface becomes rough||Highly resistant to wear, but porcelain can rapidly wear opposing teeth if its surface becomes rough||Highly Resistant to wear and gentle to opposing teeth|
|Resistance to Fracture||Prone to fracture when placed under tension or on impact||Porcelain is prone to impact fracture; the metal has high strength||A full zirconia crown is virtually indestructible|
|Biocompatibility||Well tolerated||Well tolerated, but some patients may show allergenic sensitivity to base metals||Zirconia is a 100% biocompatible material|
|Post-Placement Sensitivity||Low thermal conductivity reduces the likelihood of discomfort from hot and cold||High thermal conductivity
may result in early postplacement
hot and cold
|High thermal conductivity may result in early postplacement discomfort from hot and cold|
|Esthetics||Color and translucency mimic natural tooth appearance||Porcelain can mimic natural tooth appearance, but metal limits translucency.||Metal colors mimic natural teeth|
|Relative Cost/Visits||Near about 3 times higher to Porcelain fused to metal; requires at least two office visits and laboratory services||Requires at least two office visits and laboratory services||Priced nearly same as All Porcelain and requires the same amount of procedure time|