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Improve the function and appearance of damaged teeth

If your teeth have significant wear, decay, damage or discolouration, a porcelain crown could be the perfect solution.

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What is a dental crown?

Crowns completely cover an affected tooth, restoring the structure, functionality and appearance, while also giving added protection. They are a highly aesthetic repair, made using tooth-coloured porcelain in a specialised laboratory to your bespoke requirements.

As well as being used to conceal defects and damage, crowns can be fixed to the top of a dental implant to provide a secure and highly advanced dental restoration for a missing tooth. Your dentist may also use a crown following root canal treatment.

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What does the treatment involve?

At your initial consultation, we discuss the treatment in detail with you and make sure you have the chance to ask any questions or express any concerns.

We examine your teeth and gums, ensuring they are healthy and there is no infection present in the tooth to be crowned. We prepare your tooth, removing a layer of structure and leaving a strong core.

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Your new crown will fit perfectly and blend into your smile!

We perform an intra-oral scan of the area, so we can make your crown perfectly fit and blend seamlessly into your smile. The scanner offers both accuracy and greater comfort than traditional impressions. A temporary crown is fitted to protect your tooth between appointments.

Your bespoke crown is made in a dental laboratory. When ready, we remove your temporary restoration and fit your new crown into place using strong dental cement.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How long will my crown last?

    Porcelain crowns are extremely strong and durable, and can last 7-10 years with proper care. If your crown chips or becomes damaged, please contact us and we can repair or replace it as appropriate.

  • How do I look after my crown?

    The best way to look after your crown is to keep on top of an excellent oral hygiene routine at home. Make sure you brush and floss twice a day to keep your teeth and gums healthy and able to provide solid support. We recommend you also see your dentist for regular check up appointments.

  • Is the treatment painful?

    Initially, we use a numbing gel (topical anaesthetic) on the area. Then we use local anaesthetic to ensure that the treatment is not painful, so you will feel only some slight discomfort. We take time to make sure you are feeling relaxed before beginning treatment.

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