Dental Crowns and Bridges - are an ideal restoration for teeth that have become damaged or weakened by decay or they can be used to improve the appearance of teeth with large dental fillings

Dental crowns and bridges are made from a variety of different materials, dependent on the individual patients clinical, aesthetic and budget requirements.

Porcelain Bonded Dental Crowns - are made from porcelain bonded to precious or non-precious metal and is what most dental crowns are made from. A precious or non-precious metal base is made and then porcelain is applied in layers over it.†

Porcelain bonded dental crowns are very strong and will last many years, although after a period of time the metal framework can show through as grey around the gumline.

Gold Alloy Dental Crowns - gold is one of the oldest dental filling materials, these days it is used with other metal alloys to increase its strength, which makes it a very hardwearing restoration. These crowns are either silver or gold in colour and made in a precious or non-precious metal.

All Ceramic Dental Crowns - are a metal free modern alternative, providing more translucent aesthetics and natural appearance. Because all-ceramic dental crowns & bridges are non-metallic and biocompatible, this reduces the chances of any allergic reactions. The precise marginal fit ensures increased resistance to staining and decay, resulting in a longer lasting more natural restoration.

Dental Crown cost guidelines Ė single Porcelain Bonded Crown from £204.00 and All Ceramic Cosmetic Dental Crown from £360.00

Our dentists and patient care team will always provide you with a written treatment plan including details of any treatment and advise you of the cost, prior to the treatment being carried out.

Last Updated on Aug132012

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