Also known as caps, crowns prevent a tooth from sustaining further damage, and are created to improve its aesthetic. We can also use crowns to protect teeth that are worn down by numerous large fillings.
Crowns cover the whole surface of a tooth and may be used in the following instances:
Once your crown has been fitted and it has healed properly, it should feel just like one of your natural teeth.
We create your crown from highly durable materials. You can expect a crown to last in the region of 10-20 years, so long as you care for it correctly. We will provide you with information on how to look after your crown once it has been fitted.Back to General Dentistry
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