Restore or protect chipped or broken tooth with Dental crowns.

What is Dental Crown?

A dental crown is used when a filling would not be suitable. They might be used to restore and protect a tooth following a root canal. They might be used to restore a chipped or broken tooth. Or they can be used for aesthetic reasons, if you are unhappy with the colour, shape or appearance of a tooth.

We offer the E-Max Crown premium service which is not only incredibly strong, but it can also be matched to the rest of your teeth. If you’re worried about the appearance of your dental crown, this modern and innovative service is ideal.

The Dental Crown procedure

Your dental crown will be fitted over two appointments. This is because an impression of your tooth is required to create the dental crown.

On your first visit, your dentist will take an impression of your tooth which is then sent to a lab. When you return, your dentist will fix the dental crown in place. Your crown is held in place by a type of dental cement. It covers the entire visible part of your tooth above your gum line. This cement may wear down over time, so it’s important to attend regular checkup appointments to make sure this doesn’t come loose.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Here are some answers to the questions we receive the most about our services.
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Your crown will be made out of one of the following types of material:

● A mix of metals made up of not less than a third of fine gold, platinum, or palladium

● Alloys made up of stainless steel, cobalt chromium or nickel chromium

● Porcelain

● Porcelain bonded to precious metals

● Alloys bonded to wrought platinum coping

● Ceramic

● Gold alloy

● Temporary crowns are made from acrylic

We will give you advice for caring for your dental crown at home. This will help to prolong the life of your dental restoration and ensure you enjoy full functionality.

This depends on the placement in your mouth and how well you care for your restoration. Regular dental checkups can help to keep your dental crown functional for longer. You can expect your restoration to last between 5-15 years before it needs to be replaced.

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Why we are different.

Year after year, we’re privileged to welcome an ever increasing number of patients to our practice. When you choose our dental bridge service, we can promise you the following:

  • From your first consultation, we will work hard to ensure you understand your options and the benefits of treatment.
  • We’re open, honest and upfront about our services. We’ll offer you a realistic understanding of what you can hope to achieve with your dental bridge treatment.
  • Our team of dental professionals are highly trained and experienced in fitting and placing dental bridges. We’ll be here to answer your questions and make your restoration journey enjoyable.