07 Dec Quadrant Dentistry – What is it and how will it benefit you?
If you have a number of failing fillings, broken or worn teeth dental treatment can seem a little daunting but this is where quadrant dentistry can help you.
What is Quadrant Dentistry?
Imagine your mouth is divided into four quarters each quarter is called a quadrant.
What Are the Advantages of Quadrant Dentistry?
- It maximizes treatment time so fewer appointments are needed which means less time off from work.
- It allows for the whole mouth to be made healthier rather than just fixing what is broken and it can help prevent future problems.
- It reduces discomfort and stress as fewer visits will mean fewer injections.
- It allows the dental ceramist building your crowns to make the crowns fit together better, ensures the crowns have a consistent colour and allows for the correction any imperfections in the bite.
So in short quadrant dentistry can give you a healthier, better looking and better functioning smile.
This case which was treated by Andrew Horne at City Bridge and Matt Walton at H2W Laboratory in Weston-Super-Mare. The patient following treatment noticed that not only his bite felt better but he no longer had food packing between his teeth.