If you’re looking for dental crowns, we have a wide selection to choose from. Whether you need a dental crown for cosmetic reasons or to protect a damaged tooth, we can help. We offer both porcelain and metal dental crowns, so you can find the perfect option for your needs.
How are dental crowns fitted?
The first step is to book a consultation . During the consultation, we will assess your dental health and decide if dental crowns are the right treatment for you. If they are, the dentist will take impressions of your teeth and send them to a dental laboratory. The dental laboratory will then create your dental crowns to fit your teeth perfectly.
Once your dental crowns are ready, you will need to come back to the clinic for fitting. During this appointment, the dentist will clean your teeth and prepare them for the dental crowns. They will then place the dental crowns on your teeth and check that they fit correctly. Once they’re happy, they will bond the dental crowns in place.
Suitable candidates for dental crowns
Dental crowns are a suitable treatment for anyone who has damaged teeth. They can also be used for cosmetic purposes, to improve the appearance of your teeth.
Things to consider before getting dental crowns
Before you get dental crowns, there are a few things to consider. Firstly, dental crowns are not usually available on the NHS. This means that you will have to pay for them privately. The cost of dental crowns can vary depending on the material used and the number of teeth being treated.
Secondly, it’s important to factor in the time needed for treatment. It can take up to two weeks to get dental crowns made and fitted.
Pros and cons of dental crowns
There are both advantages and disadvantages to dental crowns. Below, we’ve listed some of the key points to consider:
- Dental crowns can improve the appearance of your teeth
- They can also protect damaged teeth from further damage
- Dental crowns are a suitable treatment for both adults and children
- Dental crowns are not usually available on the NHS, so you will have to pay for them privately
- The cost of dental crowns can vary depending on the material used and the number of teeth being treated
- It can take up to two weeks to get dental crowns made and fitted
Are there age restrictions?
There are no age restrictions for dental crowns, which makes them a suitable treatment for both adults and children.
How long does it take?
It can take up to two weeks to get dental crowns made and fitted.
Number of visits to the clinic
You will need at least two visits to the clinic for dental crowns. The first visit is for the consultation and the second is for fitting the dental crowns.
There is no recovery time after getting dental crowns fitted.
The results of dental crowns are usually long-lasting. However, it’s important to take good care of your teeth and visit the dentist regularly for check-ups.
Book a consultation
If you’re interested in dental crowns, the first step is to book a consultation. During the consultation, we will assess your dental health and decide if dental crowns are the right treatment for you. To book a consultation, please contact us today.
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