Dental bridges, porcelain crowns and, in general, the restorations that dentists place in the mouth, in the mouth, in the mouth, in the mouth, in the mouth, in the mouth, in the mouth, in the mouth, in the mouth, in the mouth, in the mouth and in the mouth. the Region of Murcia and elsewhere in the world, have a high resistance to fracture, which, however, over time can suffer and deteriorate.
In these cases, the solution is to replace the metal-ceramic crown, sleeve or bridge (when the structure is metal, made of a cobalt-chromium alloy) with a new one, more aesthetic and prepared to achieve optimum results both visually and functionally.
However, as a temporary solution, the most experienced professionals may propose to the patient to restore the tooth, covering it with a plastic material such as the one used in conventional fillings, knowing beforehand that its resistance is limited in time, and that it will have to be replaced as soon as possible.
How can this be done?
So, in an emergency of this kind, the most experienced and expert professionals will be able to resolve the patient's situation in a swift and decisive manner, in order to subsequently proceed with a complete or partial rehabilitation of the patient's aesthetics.