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Restoring you teeth - Crowns
A crown is a restoration that fits over the remaining part of your tooth making it resilient and giving it the look of a real tooth. Crowns can be used to restore teeth that have been broken or that have been weakened by decay. A crown may also be the ideal solution if you have a discoloured filling and you would like to improve the appearance of the tooth; or if you have had a root filling you may need a crown to protect what is left of the tooth. At Ravat & Ray we offer the best Dental Crown & Bridges Treatment Ahmedabad, India. We have a number of different crown options available from an all-ceramic or all-porcelain crown to metal and porcelain fused to metal crowns. The option used will be discussed at your private consultation and will depend on what is best for your teeth and your budget.
Veneers,Crown N Bridge

Veneers,Crown N Bridge

Restoring your teeth - Bridges
Bridges are ideal for people who only have one or two teeth missing and do not want a denture. Bridges can be made by crowning the teeth on either side of the gap and attaching a false tooth in the middle. They are fixed in the same way as crowns and like crowns there a number of options available from all-ceramic or all-porcelain to metal and porcelain fused to metal bridges. Bridges can also be constructed to fill gaps without crowning the adjacent teeth. These bridges are less damaging as they are chemically bonded onto sound teeth. You suitability for such bridges can be discussed at your consultation.
Best Porcelain Veneers
A veneer is a thin layer of porcelain or composite material placed over a tooth, either to improve the aesthetics of a tooth or to protect the tooth's surface from damage. At Ravat & Ray Dental Care our highly skilled dental professionals are delighted to discuss veneers with you as part of your personal treatment plan. We are able to advice what is the best option for you, like whether the latest no preparation veneers or traditional bonded veneers are best, we have all the options. You can rest assured that the results surpass your expectations when you select us for your dental needs. For many years porcelain veneers have been the most commonly provided type of veneer in the UK. Veneers made of porcelain can be used to change the shade, shape, position or size of teeth and also to close or reduce gaps between teeth. For traditional porcelain veneers, it is very common to require some preparation of the underlying tooth to create space to place the veneer. In certain cases, such as where a tooth is being brought forward into the line of the arch or where a small tooth is being made bigger, no preparation may be required. Traditional porcelain veneers are then constructed in a dental laboratory from precision models of your teeth constructed from impressions taken of your mouth.

Dental composite veneers are made using the same type of materials that are used in cosmetic bonding and for many white fillings. Composite veneers are most often provided directly by your dentist at a single visit. The composite is applied to your tooth surface and polished to create the veneer surface. Occasionally composite veneers are made by a dental laboratory and then fitted by your dentist at a second visit.

Composite is not as hard wearing as porcelain and so you can expect to require your composite veneers to be replaced after five or six years on average. Many porcelain veneers are still serviceable after 14 or 15 years as long as you continue to care for your teeth and gums.

One of the very latest techniques to emerge has been the no preparation veneer. Advances in porcelain technology allow dental technicians to make extremely thin porcelain veneers that can be bonded to teeth without any tooth removal being required. At Ravat & Ray Dental Care we offer no preparation veneers as part of our comprehensive range of treatments. Our highly trained dentists can discuss these with you as part of your custom treatment plan.

  • Obviously it is a good thing not to have to remove tooth tissue; however as this is a very new technique there are no scientific studies conducted as yet to prove the long term efffects of opting for this technique.

  • This specialised treatment is one option for the management of tooth wear which mainly affects the palate side of your upper front teeth. Tooth wear of this kind can often be due to acid erosion and can occur as a consequence of illnesses such as bulimia or acid reflux. It is vital that the cause of the tooth wear is diagnosed and treated effectively before treatments such as palatal veneers are provided. Palatal veneers can be constructed in gold, but can also be made from both porcelain and composite.
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