Crowns & Bridges

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Crown and Bridges can fill gaps in teeth or improve teeth if they are damaged

Dental crowns, also known as caps, are synthetically created teeth utilised to cover a damaged tooth. Natural teeth can be damaged for many reasons. A dental crown procedure may be performed to address broken or fractured teeth, cosmetic reasons, decayed teeth, filling cracks, or to restore a tooth that has recently undergone a root canal. Other additional dental treatments may be necessary based on the patient’s dental issue.

Types of Dental Crowns

  1.  Metal-Free Crowns (E-max, Resin and etc.)

  2. Porcelain fused to metal crowns

  3. Metal Crowns (precious or non-precious metal)

Dental crowns can restore damaged teeth. A dental crown will encase and protect the natural tooth with a covering. Dental crowns can be matched to the colour of the patient’s smile which allows the crown to look natural and blend into the smile. Dental crowns can help repair functional issues with the bite. Crowns can also help seal a tooth crack. Dental crowns can help boost confidence and self-esteem.