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Dental Crowns in Witham & Seven Kings

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How tooth crowns help you

  • A crown helps to restore a damaged or decayed tooth back to its normal shape, size, and function.
  • They can also help strengthen a weakened tooth and prevent it from further damage or decay
  • Crowns can restore strength to teeth that have been weakened due to large fillings, root canal treatment, or trauma.
  • Crowns are designed to perfectly fit over existing teeth, making them cosmetically pleasing and aesthetically natural-looking.
  • Crowns can help protect a tooth from sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures, as well as other food or liquids that may cause discomfort.
"Care for your teeth and love your smile."

Tooth Crown Before & After

Tooth Crowns In Witham And Seven Kings After

What is a dental crown?

Dental crowns are custom-made dental appliances, typically made of porcelain, metal, ceramic or a combination. They fit over existing teeth to restore their shape, size, strength, and appearance.

They can be used to treat heavily filled teeth, cracks, chips, discoloration, and other dental issues. This makes them a great option for restoring the health and aesthetics of your teeth. Additionally, they can be used to cover dental implants or as part of a bridge or partial denture.

Dental Crown Treatment Summary

The dentist will prepare the tooth for a crown by removing any damaged or decayed portions of the tooth, reshaping it as necessary, and taking an impression to be used in fabricating the crown. If required, a temporary crown will be fitted to protect the tooth.
From this impression, a dental laboratory will produce the custom crown.
Your dentist will bond the crown to your tooth with a bonding material and will make sure it fits properly making any necessary adjustments to ensure comfort.

Dental Crown Pricing

Metal Based
From £495 per tooth
Metal Free [all ceramic]
From £555 per tooth

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Dental Crown Frequently Asked Questions

The type of material used to make your tooth crown depends on factors such as the location of the tooth, your budget, and aesthetic preferences. Porcelain crowns are a popular choice as they are strong and natural-looking. Other materials that may be used include metal alloys [including gold] and ceramic. Sometimes a combination of materials is used.
Generally, a tooth crown can last for up to 10 years or longer with proper care. Be sure to practice good oral hygiene and visit your dentist regularly for check-ups and cleanings so that any problems can be identified and treated promptly.
No, the procedure to place a tooth crown should not be painful. Your dentist will use local anaesthic to numb the area before beginning so you should not feel any pain or discomfort during the process. Additionally, after your crown is placed you may experience some sensitivity for a few days but this should subside quickly.
The risks associated with receiving a tooth crown are minimal. However, they can include temporary sensitivity as well as an allergic reaction to the materials used in the crown. Be sure to discuss any concerns you may have with your dentist before beginning treatment.

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Taking the initiative to enhance your smile is often a decision that can positively impact both your appearance and confidence. Embarking on this journey involves a multifaceted approach, beginning with consistent oral hygiene practices such as brushing, flossing, and rinsing with mouthwash. 

Regular dental check-ups play a crucial role in identifying and addressing any underlying issues. If you're considering cosmetic improvements, options like teeth whitening, orthodontic treatments, or dental veneers could be explored with the guidance of a dental professional. 

Remember, a genuine smile radiates not only from a well-cared-for mouth but also from the happiness within. So, let's take action to improve your smile and let your inner confidence shine through.

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