Gapped teeth (Diastema) refers to the space left by a missing tooth or teeth. A person with gapped teeth will often have a gap between the two top front teeth; however, this may happen between any two teeth, and there are a variety of causes for this condition.
Even if you’re not bothered by your tooth gaps, you should get the diastema examined by a dentist to rule out anything more severe, including gum disease. If you have gaps between your teeth, you may have a bad bite, leading to damaged or chipped teeth.
Fixing your “gape teeth” may improve your smile’s appearance and overall health. In addition to braces, restorative procedures such as dental bonding, veneers, or crowns may close a gap in your teeth. Crowns or bridgework may fill up gaps caused by lost teeth.
Closing Gaps Between Teeth With Dental Bonding
As the name suggests, composite bonding is used to repair minor damage and gaps in teeth. When it comes to tooth repair, the most common applications for bonding are the repair of chips, fractures, gaps between teeth and the correction of discoloration. A composite resin is placed and sculpted to restore a tooth’s look. The color is suited to your teeth to make the resin blend in with the rest of your teeth. Diastema is the medical term for spaces between teeth. Gaps between teeth may form for various causes, including undesirable behaviors such as thumb sucking, absent or undersized teeth, and an incorrect swallowing response, to mention a few.
Composite bonding is an excellent solution for minor aesthetic difficulties, as described above. Composite bonding may be completed in a single dental appointment in most cases. Once applied, the composites are hardened with UV radiation and may be comfortably bitting down after the work. Aside from that, bonding is a non-invasive technique that doesn’t involve removing any tooth structure, and it’s also reversible if you’re not satisfied with the results. Part of the teeth is permanently removed in the case of therapeutic options like crowns and veneers. To apply composite bonding, the tooth’s surface only needs to be roughened to aid the resin’s adhesion, meaning the tooth’s structure is left untouched.
Using composite bonding, you may quickly make aesthetic changes to your smile without causing additional harm to your teeth. In addition, dental bonding is a less expensive option for crowns or veneers than any other procedure. Your composite fillings should endure for many years if you properly care for them and wash your teeth regularly. Despite its long-term success, dental bonding is not a permanent solution. It may survive for five to seven years with reasonable care and maintenance.
Closing Gaps Between Teeth with Veneers
Two different types of veneers are used to fill up the gaps between teeth:
Using veneers, which cover the whole tooth’s surface, may provide excellent aesthetic effects even if the space between the teeth is just a few millimeters (1-3 mm) wide and there are some discolorations or irregular forms. Composite veneers require less dental preparation and are less costly than porcelain veneers for closing gaps between teeth. Because these veneers are produced in the dental clinic, the procedure’s success depends significantly on the dentist’s ability.
Porcelain Laminate Veneers
Getting good aesthetic outcomes with porcelain veneers is feasible because of the wide range of conceivable alterations. Additionally, they are much more durable than composite veneers in places subject to biting forces.
Closing Gaps Between Teeth with Bridge
As its name implies, a dental bridge spans the space left by a lost tooth. Crowns (tooth-shaped “caps”) are attached to the natural teeth on each side of the gap, and an artificial tooth or teeth are inserted in between. Gold, alloy, or porcelain may be used to create pontic, a fancy word for fake teeth. Because it’s manufactured to match the color of the teeth, porcelain is most usually utilized. Your pontic molar or teeth will be made to look as close to your natural teeth as feasible if you need a dental bridge. Your dentist will take imprints of your teeth first. After the imprints are born, your dentist will fit and modify the dental bridge to get the optimum fit for the pontic tooth. Fill in gaps in your smile; dental bridges are an excellent option. In addition to filling a gap, dental bridges enhance your ability to eat and communicate, prevent other teeth from slipping out of position, and appropriately redistribute where force is put when biting. The Omer Istanbul Dental Center dentists can examine your teeth and help you determine whether a dental bridge is the best solution for your gapped teeth.
Closing Gaps Between Teeth with Braces
Braces are an efficient, practical, and cost-effective option for reducing gaps between teeth. Metal, ceramics, and lingual braces are all choices, and you may be qualified for any or all of them based on your diagnosis. As many as a million individuals have had orthodontic treatment with braces.
Getting Affordable Diastema Treatment in Turkey
Dental tourism may be an option for those who need dental care but don’t want to break the bank. It is one of Turkey’s most highly recommended locations for cosmetic dentistry, where dentists provide excellent care at a reasonable cost. Dental implants and aesthetic procedures in Turkey may be performed 50 percent to 70 percent less than in the United States or Europe, making it a popular choice for those looking to save money. This is one of the world’s fastest-operating nations; therefore, wait times aren’t the same.
Thousands of patients have benefited from our dental clinic; we even treat visitors from other countries. In a short period, the proper dental staff and technology can do a lot for you, whether your goal is to straighten crowded teeth, fill a gap, enhance the aesthetics of your smile, or replace missing teeth. Consider a trip to Turkey for dental care as a last resort.