Supra-Gingival Dentistry

Supra-Gingival Dentistry – What Do You Need to Know?

Introduction

There are many people with the need to visit their dentist and yet, because of the fear having to experience great pain during a certain dental procedure, they put off this meeting until it becomes an urgent one. That is why researchers and dentists all around the world work hard in order to find techniques and procedures that are less-invasive and almost pain-free. One of those procedures is the supra-gingival dentistry which has began to replace the old techniques in which crowns have been used. A less-invasive technique sounds great, does not it? And not to mention the fewer complications and time to recover provided with the supra-gingival approach. Sounds nice, does it not? Let’s find out more about it, shall we?

What is supra-gingival dentistry?

The supra-gingival dentistry has been mainly developed in order to replace the old crown technique. If you ever have had crowns placed, then you know that they require extensive tooth removal which commonly [i] comes with tooth-damaging, gum inflammation, and damage and even a possible damage [ii] to the nerve of the tooth. The supra-gingival approach is designed to be a healthier, minimally invasive approach to the crowns, meant to provide the patient with better results, less damage during the process, less collateral damage and a complete, fast recovery afterward where no pain is present. The supra-gingival approach is described as a metal-free technique which surely sounds interesting enough on its own. The supra-gingival approach is also thought to cause fewer complications as compared with the traditional ones which make the recovery process easier and the results even better. The supra-gingival dentistry focuses on using the latest materials and innovative techniques in order to keep any reservations above the gum line while using the minimally invasive techniques at the same time. However, not all dentists are able to perform a technique such as the supra-gingival one, which is why you need to find a dentist who is highly professional and experienced in the area of supra-gingival dentistry, to ensure the best possible results for yourself. This alternative treatment plan is much more beneficial as compared with the old, traditional ones in which crowns are usually used to fix problems such as a broken tooth, need for a bridge, need to fill out a large gap and so on. So yes, we do recommend this course of treatment kindly to all of our readers, believing strongly in the beneficial effects that it promises to deliver.

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The benefits of the supra-gingival approach

  • A recently developed dental approach that is meant to replace the old crowns
  • Less time-consuming dental approach compared to the old ones
  • A dental approach that guarantees fewer complications – less pain, discomfort, gum inflammation and a smaller chance for teeth detachment
  • Shorter recovery time
  • A minimally-invasive approach perfect for anyone who is afraid to feel pain and discomfort during a dental procedure
  • Highly beneficial approach
  • Use of high-quality, durable materials that have replaced the old materials which are commonly being used by dentists

Preparing for the supra-gingival approach

By reading today’s article, you have unconsciously already made the first step as a part of the preparation program for the supra-gingival approach. Now that you have all the basic information that you need, you have enough to make a clear decision on whether or not you are interested to proceed with this approach. The next step would it be to find a professional dentist who has used this approach in the past, showing off his great results with his or her patient. Then, of course, you will have to make your appointment and discuss everything over with your dentist. Your dentist will have to determine whether or not you are the right candidate for this approach. Please do consult your dentist about any worries that you might have on this topic and ask any questions that you might have.

Conclusion

Having to spend hours at the dentist’s office, experiencing pain and suffering and having to deal with numerous complications such as gum disease, cracked porcelain crowns, detached teeth, and pain, afterward often creates the need to avoid the dentist until there is an urgent matter at hand. Luckily, nowadays there are less-invasive techniques that we can count on, making our trip to the dentist’s office a little bit more pleasant and a lot less terrifying. We are glad to introduce you to one of the latest discoveries – the supra-gingival approach which limits the pain, the time for recovery and the complications to a minimum – far better than the old, painful crowns right? Yes, we thought so too. So why not ask your doctor if he/she is able to perform this technique for next time that you are in a need to restore a broken/cracked tooth, fix a gap in between the teeth or fix a more serious problem, while avoiding adding any crowns. This approach will clearly replace the old ones in the near future, so why not adopt it as soon as possible. You will get to experience great benefits, that you can count on. We kindly recommend you the supra-gingival approach and we guarantee you a trip to the dentist without any pain, suffering, gum disease, or discomfort of any kind.

References

[i] Goodacre CJ, Bernal G, Rungcharassaeng K, Kan JY, (2003), Clinical complications in fixed prosthodontics, The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry 90(1):31-41
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12869972

[ii] Pogrel MA, (2017), Nerve damage in dentistry, General dentistry 65(2):34-41
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/28253180
https://www.dentalcetoday.com/courses/20%2FPDF%2FDT-Oct08-2.pdf

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