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Today's date: 16th May, 2016

Veneers  |  Crowns  |  Whitening  |  Gum Lift  |  Bridges  |  Implants
Oral Rehabilitation  |  Tooth Colour Fillings  |  Bonding  |  Aesthetic Dentures  |  Air Abrasion

A crowns is a rigid cap which restores a tooth to it's ideal anatomic contours and function, whilst at the same time, protecting the underlying tooth.


Cosmetic dentistry where veneers are not possible or contra-indicated

Functionally compromised teeth due to,
Tooth fracture
A large restoration
Previous root canal therapy
Extensive damage by decay

Key Benefits

  • Natural, or improved, appearance
  • Support and protection to compromised teeth
  • Restoration of normal, or improved, function

>> Click on the pictures to view before & after photos with the associated cost of treatment

Treatment Procedure

A crowning procedure requires two appointments. At the first appointment the tooth is prepared by circumferential reduction to make room for the crown. An impression (or, mould) is then taken of the prepared tooth for fabrication at a laboratory, and a plastic temporary crown fitted for the interim period. Laboratory fabrication takes 3 weeks for 'Procera' crowns, and 2 weeks for all other crown types. At the subsequent visit, the temporary crown is removed and the final crown is permanently cemented into place.

>> View types of Crowns

Types of Crowns & Bridges

  Aesthetics Amount of tooth reduction Strength Function Gingival Healing Cost
Full gold crowns/bridges Poor Minimal Excel Excellent Excellent $
Porcelain fused to metal (PFM) Good Moderate Excel Excellent Fair $$
Bonded porcelain shell crown / veneer - cosmetic Excel Minimal Very Good Excellent Excellent $$$
All Ceramic (Procera) Excel Moderate Excel Excellent Excellent $$$$

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