We build custom dental crowns for patients with broken, chipped, decayed or discoloured teeth.
ONE DAY, SAME VISIT CROWNS
Dental Crown: A Fast, Effective, Painless Treatment That Improves Your Teeth
Your teeth are incredibly important for your oral health and the appearance of your smile. We’re here to help improve the natural aesthetic appearance of the tooth whilst strengthening it.We believe that our natural confidence stems from our smiles. Discoloured or decayed teeth can greatly affect self-esteem. Our dental crown treatment is here to help you. With our CEREC digital technology, we create instant digital impressions and place your crown in a single visit. There is no need for a temporary crown or a second appointment. A dental crown treatment may be ideal for you if you have very dark and discoloured teeth or tooth decay. Our fast and painless dental crown treatment enables us to quickly fix your tooth, allowing you to enjoy your smile once more.
SMILEMORE DIGITAL DENTISTRY
SmileMore keeps up to date on the latest techniques and technologies in dentistry, which benefits our patients. At our dental practice, we use digital dentistry to create and place your permanent crown in a day, eliminating the need for an additional appointment.
What Is a Dental Crown?
A dental crown (or tooth crown) fits over the remaining part of a tooth that may be chipped or discoloured. These caps fit snugly over damaged teeth when an oral health issue cannot be rectified with a filling. Dental crowns increase tooth strength, making it look and feel like a whole, natural tooth once more.
We start by reshaping your damaged tooth and cement the cap in place. The material used to make tooth crowns is a natural-looking ceramic, which is strong, long-lasting and virtually indistinguishable from your real teeth. Placing a dental crown restores your tooth’s shape, strength, and appearance.
Our Tooth Crowns Fit Your Teeth Perfectly
How to Care for Your Dental Crown
With proper care, a dental crown can last up to 15 years. Thankfully, tooth crowns are easy to take care of by following basic oral hygiene practices. Keeping your mouth clean by brushing and flossing twice a day protects the crown and the tooth underneath from decay and gum disease.
Other habits that can impact the lifespan of a crown include grinding or clenching teeth, biting down on hard surfaces, biting your fingernails, or using your teeth as tools to open packages or loosen bottle caps.
Contact Us for a Dental Crown Consultation
For more information about dental crown treatment at our Central London dental practice, contact us on 020 7586 1210. Alternatively, you can book an appointment and visit us to discuss your dental crown treatment further.