Dental Crowns

A dental crown is a type of restoration that is used to restore a tooth's shape, appearance, and function, if the tooth has been damaged but not lost. Crowns may also be used if you have a large filling, a broken tooth, or have a root canal. Crowns are often called “caps” as they are used to encircle or cap a damaged or decayed tooth. Crowns are designed to protect and restore teeth from further damage. Also, crowns can be used to cover discoloured or misshapen teeth.

Crowns can be made of many materials, but are usually fabricated with porcelain or gold. They have a natural look and feel, and after being fixed to a tooth, they will look very much like a natural tooth.

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Kim's Story - Embarrassed about my front teeth

"Just a quick note to say thank you so much for the work you did on my teeth. My front teeth were something I have always been a bit embarrassed about and I can honestly say that, since having the work done on ... more