FPD Crown And Porcelain Bridges

FPD Crown And Porcelain Bridges

Fixed Partial Denture- FPD crowns and porcelain bridges are dental prostheses used to replace one or more missing teeth. These prostheses are fixed in place and are not removable, which makes them a permanent and stable solution compared to removable dentures.

The FPD crown is used to cover a damaged or decayed tooth, while the porcelain bridge is a structure that consists of multiple dental crowns fused together to replace missing teeth. Both types of prostheses are customized to match the shape, size, and color of the patient's natural teeth.

What is the cost of an FPD Crown and Porcelain Bridges surgery?

FPD Crown and Porcelain Bridges surgery cost in Pakistan ranges between 5000-15000 PKR. The cost of the procedure may vary depending on various factors such as the treated dental issue or the number of extracted teeth.

What diagnosis leads to FPD Crown and Porcelain Bridges surgery?

The dentist may recommend FPD Crown and Porcelain Bridges if found these dental conditions:

  • Tooth decay

  • A chipped tooth

  • To protect the tooth after root canal surgery

  • The tooth with congenital defects

  • Periodontal disease

  • Failed previous restorations

What is the procedure for FPD Crown and Porcelain Bridges surgery?

Fixed Partial Denture crown and porcelain bridge surgery typically involve the following steps:

  1. Your dentist will begin by removing any dental decay and shaping the tooth to fit the crown or bridge.

  2. Either digitally or with a putty-like material, an impression of your teeth and gums will be made to create a mold for the bridge.

  3. While a permanent crown is in making, the dentist will place a temporary restoration to protect your prepared tooth.

  4. Once the permanent bridge is ready, the dentist will check the fit and make any necessary adjustments before permanently cementing it in place.

After the procedure, your dentist will provide instructions on how to care for your new crown or bridge, including regular brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups.

What are the risks & complications associated with FPD Crown and Porcelain Bridges surgery?

Like any dental procedure, FPD crown and porcelain bridge surgery also have potential risks and complications as follows:

  • Post-surgical discomfort or sensitivity

  • Allergic reactions to the materials used in the crown

  • Infection causing pain, swelling, and fever

  • Loose or damaged restoration 

  • Bite problems

It is important to discuss any potential risks and complications with your dentist prior to undergoing FPD crown and Porcelain bridge surgery. 

What to expect after FPD Crown and Porcelain Bridges surgery?

  • After FPD crown and porcelain bridge surgery, you may experience some discomfort and sensitivity in the treated area, but these symptoms will subside within a few days.

  • During the first few post-surgical days, you need to avoid hard or sticky foods and chew on the opposite side of your mouth to avoid restoration damage. 

  • Maintain oral hygiene by brushing and flossing regularly to prevent crown damage or gum disease.

  • To ensure the longevity of new restoration, schedule regular dental check-ups and follow the dentist's recommendations for care.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Cost varies depending on the type of surgery and locality.

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