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Crown and Bridgework

Do you have cracked, damaged or missing teeth? Crowns and bridges can help you…

If you have a damaged tooth or a vacant space in your smile after tooth loss, Crowns and Bridges are a suitable option to restore your smile.

Crowns are a strong porcelain sleeve built to fit over the existing damaged tooth, and ensure function and stability. The mould normally takes 2-3 appointments to fit, however once fixed will look and function like a natural tooth.

Bridges are a crown fitted between two artificial teeth and are also known as ‘pontics’. The teeth secured to the pontic, sit securely over the adjacent natural teeth, in order to fill the vacancy. Bridges are a strong and stable alternative to dentures or to an implant for a fast, effective solution.

Benefits of Crowns and Bridges

  • Durable and resilient
  • Prevent further teeth form shifting
  • Improve your ability to chew and speak
  • Maintain facial structure
  • Restore smile confidence

 

Frequently Asked Questions about Crowns and Bridges!

 

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