Accidental damage, decay or post-root canal treatment, sometimes a filling isn’t enough. To make your teeth looks as good as new your dentist might recommend a dental crown.
A dental crown is an artificial “cap” that fits over the remaining part of a tooth, helping to strengthen it and make it look like a whole, natural tooth once more.
Our crowns are created by experienced craftsmen working in a dental laboratory, who use modern, natural-looking ceramic to produce a crown which is strong, long lasting and virtually indistinguishable from your natural teeth.
Why choose Corner House Dental for Tooth crowning?
- Full range of implant treatments and quality materials
- 5-star post-treatment care
- Trusted by referral dental practices across Norfolk
- Flexible payment options, including interest free finance*
Tooth crowning FAQs
What is a crown?
It is an artificial restoration that fits over the remaining part of a prepared tooth. It restores the shape of the original tooth as well as strengthening the remaining bit of tooth. It is sometimes known as a cap.
How does the crown stay on the tooth?
The crown is cemented on using special dental cement.
How long do dental crowns last?
Dental Crowns last on average 10/20 years subject to you as a patient looking after them every day. Regular brushing and flossing around the crowned tooth is very important.
Is getting a crown painful?
The tooth being crowned will be numbed with local anaesthetic so during the procedure there will be no pain. After the anaesthetic has worn off, there may be slight discomfort and sensitivity of the gums around the tooth but this is very minimal and should not last long at all.
Is it safe to get a crown during pregnancy?
The materials used for crowns are all safe to use during pregnancy, so yes if necessary there is no danger to getting a crown during pregnancy.
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