Crowns And Bridges Treatment is performed when the person requires a more permanent solution to his/her tooth infections and damages. Crowns are customized metals made of metals or porcelain. The dentist makes the mold and performs the dental crown procedures in such a way that they cover the entire teeth. Crowns for the front teeth are also customized if the damages occur to the frontal lobes of the teeth. They are a common procedure that is used to replace a tooth and to protect the teeth from further fracturing. The dentist usually prefers metals to porcelain due to its sturdiness, but of course, it depends on the patient to get the filling he requires. While crowns are small caps, bridges are used and put in place when a person misses a tooth completely. When a person loses a tooth or misses teeth, odd bite habits occur, and they cause significant discomfort to the patient. Usually, the bite measurements are taken, and bridges are made in dental labs. They are affixed to the patient at a later point in time. Over a period these procedures have become painless and offer very minimal discomfort to the patients. Proper care should be taken off the crown and bridges once they have been implanted and a good oral hygiene is mandatory. Restricting oneself from taking solid foods and chewing hard objects should be avoided at all cost. The crown and bridges are permanent solutions, and they have a huge life span if properly taken care of.