When a simple filling is not enough!!

If your teeth are so damaged to the point of not supporting a facet, using a dental crown is the most appropriate solution to repair the damage and make your teeth graceful.

What to know before choosing a dental crown

Before starting, you should consult a dentist to know what type of crown is recommended.

Types of dental crowns:

Ceramo-metallic crown: composed of metals and both ceramic, this type of crown is used when the conditions of the intervention are complicated. Resistant with a long life, the metal-ceramic crown is the one that is frequently used.

Ceramic ceramic crown: Entirely built in ceramic, the main advantage of this crown is its aesthetic effect. This type of crown is recommended only if the upper and lower teeth are in normal contact.

Crown in temporary composite resin: It is a dental prosthesis resin, a leg is composed under a light source to harden it.

Premium Zirconia Crown: Zirconia crowns are the best choice if you have allergies to metal. They are also more durable than other types of crowns in terms of aesthetic restoration.


Ceramic Dental Crown Price: 250, 00 £


Zirconia Dental crown price: 325, 00 £

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Procedure for laying a dental crown

The surgery has several stages:

The dentist starts to prepare a new tooth. So you need a footprint for identical reproduction.

The time to achieve the final crown, you will meanwhile have a provisional crown. So be careful of your diet so that it does not come off.

Once ready, another session will be devoted to fitting with some adjustments needed.

If the result is satisfactory according to the judgment of your dentist as well as yours, the crown will be sealed permanently.


After laying a dental crown

Tips and recommendations to consider:

You are advised to visit your dentist periodically to check the stability of the crown.

Brush your teeth 2 times a day for 2 minutes.

Avoid chewing hard foods.