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Dental Crowns


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Dental Crowns

A crown or dental cap will completely cover your teeth. A crown may be needed when your own teeth are damaged to restore its shape and size, strength, and/or to improve its appearance.


We recommend a crown when you have a cracked, broken, decayed, or mis-shapen tooth.

There are many reasons for getting dental crowns and we can use different material to make crowns . We always explain and give you detailed information in your initial consultation visit.

Dental crowns can be made from a variety of material It .

• Zirconia Crowns

• E-max crowns

• All-porcelain crowns

• Porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns

• Gold crowns


What is the process for getting a crown fitted?

You will normally need two to three appointments consisting of a consultation as well as crown preparation.

How is the tooth prepared?

We may take an x-ray of your tooth.

Before preparing the tooth we can numb the tooth and gum if necessary. We will take an impression of the tooth and match the shade of your tooth to ensure a seamless finish, We will then place a temporary crown on the tooth.

What happens during the fitting of the crown?

In the second appointment the tooth and gum may be numbed. We will then remove the temporary crown, check the fit of the permanent crown and cement it into place.

In our surgery we always will make sure that your crowns fit perfectly and that we are happy with the appearance before final placement. We provide a 5 year guarantee for our crowns done privately.


From £450 per unit

From 45 minutes

At least two appointments will be needed for this treatment

Restores the appearance of the tooth it covers and helps regain its function as well as improving confidence.

Speak to use today if you would like more information and to book an appointment.

Dental Crowns

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