Dental Crown and Dental Bridges (Two or more crowns)
A dental crown is like a special sleeve made of metal or porcelain, or both, that goes over a damaged or weak tooth.
Your dentist will match it up to the shape and, in the case of porcelain crowns, the colour of your other teeth so it will look natural.
A dental bridge is a means of restoring a gap in your teeth. It consists of two or more crowns.
- Add strength and resilience back to damaged teeth and smiles
- Restore your smile back to its original form
- Easier to speak and eat
- Improve self-confidence
What Is A Dental Crown?
A crown is a piece of porcelain that we use when we have a seriously damaged tooth in order to improve it’s longevity.
We can assess your suitability for a dental crown at one of our free consultations. We can give you a treatment plan which will allow you to make a more educated decision on your suitability.
It is not painful to get a dental crown. If we feel the need to, we can numb the area and on that appointment we do the crown operation, send the impressions to the lab and adapt a temporary crown which you will use for about 3 weeks.
You will then come back and we will cement a final crown.
What is the Process for a Dental Crown or Bridge?
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Your Free Consultation
During your free consultation, we’ll have a look at your tooth and we’ll give you a number of treatment options.
We’ll come up with a treatment plan that suits you, your tooth and your budget.