Tooth bonding is a dental procedure wherein a dentist bonds a tooth-colored resin to the natural tooth using a special light to harden the material, notes WebMD. The procedure improves the look of a patient's natural teeth.
A dental tooth number chart is a chart that identifies each tooth according to the Universal Numbering System. This system was adopted by the American Dental Association which is generally used by dentists. The Palmer Notation Method is another numbering system, commonly used by oral surgeons.
A dental numbering tooth chart is available at AmeritasGroup.com. The diagram of the tooth numbering is divided into four quadrants and is rendered as though looking straight into the mouth. Each tooth is labeled and numbered, and the chart includes both the upper and lower teeth.
Download dental tooth charts in PDF format on tidyforms.com. The chart labeled Teeth Numbers Chart contains both primary and permanent dentition, and it can be downloaded for free by clicking the blue Download button near the bottom of the page.
A typical dental bridge costs between $500 and $1,200 per artificial tooth, which means a six-tooth bridge averages between $3,000 and $7,200, according to Einstein Medical. The overall cost of a dental bridge takes into account many factors, including materials, fabrication, complexity and addition
The cost of dental veneers varies, typically ranging from about $500 to $1,300 per tooth, as of 2015, according to WebMD. The location of the tooth influences the price of the veneer.
Dentistry schools use three kinds of dental charts to instruct students: the Universal Numbering System, the Palmer Notation System, and the International System. The most widely used system in the US is the Universal Numbering System.
Most dental insurance plans do not cover the cost of Lumineers, so the cost per tooth is not dependent on dental coverage, according to Lumineers’ official website. Lumineers cost anywhere from $800 to $2,000 per tooth as of 2015, and prices vary depending on the individual case.
Tooth pain can be caused by decay, damaged dental fillings, repetitive motions, infected gums, fractures and abscesses, according to WebMD. Tooth discomfort varies from sharp, stabbing pain to throbbing pain.
A tooth implant, commonly referred to as a dental implant, is a replacement tooth root. An implant acts as a strong foundation for a removable or permanent replacement tooth. Dental implants are an alternative treatment to the traditional bridges or dentures, states WebMD.