October 24, 2018
In restorative dentistry, bridges are used by the dentist to replace consecutive missing teeth with a natural-looking replacement:
– A traditional bridge is supported by neighbouring teeth.
– With an implant-supported bridge, dental implants are fixed to the jaw to support the bridge on either side.
– An implant-supported bridge can be more cost-effective than having a dental implant to replace each individual missing tooth.
– The implant-supported bridge can be advantageous for people who grind their teeth, as pressure is more evenly distributed.
“An implant supported bridge offers benefits over having other, less secure restorative work such as a partial denture.”
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Kamala Aydazada BDS (Hons)
Kamala has over 11 years of private clinic based experience in general dentistry with a special clinical interest in Cosmetic and Restorative dentistry. Her unrivaled commitment to perfectionism and natural propensity for artistic excellence have made her very popular with patients, both adults and children. Kamala is distinguished for treating complex, multidisciplinary cases, but more importantly, loves having the opportunity to see a patient achieve a smile transformation they’d only dreamed of. She prides herself on taking the time to get to know her patients, and build lasting relationships as their partner in achieving optimal oral health.
After graduating from dental school with distinction in Restorative Dentistry (BDS), she continued education gaining a Postgraduate Diploma at the prestigious Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London (UK). Kamala enjoys adapting latest techniques into her daily practice and frequently attends numerous training workshops worldwide. The recent ones include the programs taught by distinguished global professionals such as Dr Pascal Magne (USA) and Dr Richard Porter (UK).
Kamala was awarded a highly esteemed membership of the Joint Dental Faculties at the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 2014 (MJDF). Most recently, she completed an acclaimed one-year course and holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry - the course exclusively focused on enhancing smile aesthetic appearance and function.
Outside of providing advanced dental care for her patients, Dr. Aydazada is happily married with one son. In addition to her skill as a dentist, Dr. Aydazada used her attention to detail and skill a pianist. She attended a music academy for more than five years, and has the ability to play piano semi-professionally.
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