Crowns and bridges are permanent oral prosthetic devices. The keyword here is ‘permanent,’ so unlike temporary and removable oral devices such as dentures, they require an altogether different set of maintenance steps. If you live an active life, you may want to know how having crowns and bridges may affect your activities. Below are some of the common questions that active patients ask about the protection and maintenance of their crowns and bridges.
Would having crowns and bridges affect my lifestyle significantly?
Having a crown or bridge shouldn’t impact your lifestyle. Even if you live an active life, they shouldn’t affect your activities other than normal. However, if you play physical sports, you can help protect your dental prosthetics by wearing a helmet or mouthguard. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2qzyMp0