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Restorative Dentistry

Crowns, Conventional Bridges, Fibre Reinforced Bridges, and Inlays, Onlays and Overlays.


If you are missing teeth, it’s essential to replace them. Most people don’t realize this, but replacement is necessary in order to maintain proper mouth functions.

Crowns are made of hard materials like metal, porcelain and zirconia to protect our teeth from further damage and prevent it from breaking and fracturing. We offer metal crowns, porcelain fused to metal crowns, zirconia and E-max crowns. Certain crowns like the zirconia crown are crafted and modelled using the computer system (CAD-CAM).


Step 1: A mould of the teeth will be taken and grinded down to a specific shape to make the crown. Another mould of the finishing tooth will be taken to the lab for processing while a temporary crown is cemented.

Step 2: The crown would then be ready to be cemented on the tooth. A carefully selected cement would be used to ensure the crown stays bonded to the tooth for a long time.

Step 3: Adjustment and polishing.

Conventional Bridges

Dental bridges are fabricated to replace the missing tooth or missing teeth. The adjacent teeth are used to support the missing tooth prosthesis. Like crowns, bridges can be fabricated using different materials. An x-ray is needed to determine whether the adjacent teeth to the missing tooth is suitable for a bridge.


Step 1: A mould of the teeth is taken. Next, the teeth are grinned down to a specific shape. Another mould of the finished teeth is taken and would be sent to the lab for processing. A temporary bridge is then cemented.

Step 2: The bridge would be ready and would be cemented on the teeth. A carefully selected cement would be used to ensure the bridge stays bonded to the tooth for a long time.

Step 3: Adjustment and polishing.

Fibre Reinforced Bridges

Fibre reinforced composite bridges is a newer alternative to conventional dental bridges. It is less invasive and lesser tooth surface is grinned down. It might not be a permanent solution but rather a semi-permanent restoration which are used which can be done in one appointment.


Step 1: Minimal grinding of the tooth is done. Fibre strands would be placed and bonded to the adjacent teeth.

Step 2: A new tooth is built up and would look like the missing tooth.

Step 3: Polishing and adjustment.

Inlays, Onlays & Overlays

These are indirect restorations on a teeth model which is different from a direct restoration applied in the mouth. Inlays and Onlays are usually made from zirconia or ceramics and are stronger than composites.


Step 1: The decay is removed, and the cavity is shaped.

Step 2: A mould of the tooth is taken.

Step 3: The onlay or inlay is ready to be cemented.

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Tel : +6012-514 1939
Email : info@clinicwhite32.com


C14, Ground Floor, Jalan Prima 4, Lukut Prima, 71010 Lukut, Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan

Tel : +6017-318 6953
Email : info@clinicwhite32.com