If you have a chipped tooth or teeth with surfaces worn with age, we can eradicate the visible signs of wear and tear by placing a crown.
Also known as a cap, the placement of a dental crown is considered one of the best procedures to help save a tooth.
A dental crown works by protecting the remaining part of the tooth that has been compromised or weakened to provide a biting surface that functions and looks like a real tooth.
A dental crown covers and protects the tooth.
It is discreet and works like a natural tooth, which means you can be confident in your appearance as well as enjoy renewed comfort.
To restore the shape, size and function of your teeth and to improve the aesthetics of your smile, we often suggest that a crown is fitted over an existing worn-out tooth, discreetly blending with your natural smile.
Restores a tooth’s natural appearance and function
Can be colour matched to blend with your natural teeth
Functions like the surface of your natural teeth
When might you need a crown?
When a tooth is cracked or worn
When a tooth needs strengthening to support a large filling
When the health of a tooth is compromised by injury or decay