WHAT WE DO

Our Services

SERVICES:

Crown & Bridges

A crown us a covering of the existing tooth. It is considered like a “helmet: for your teeth or sometimes referred to as a “cap”. There are two main reasons why we would decide to do a crown for your tooth

  1. Not enough tooth structure: if a tooth has a very large cavity or the tooth has a very big filling already but it is now defective and requires replacement, then we would consider placing a full coverage restoration over the tooth. This is because
  2. Root canal treatment: Usually after root canal treatment the tooth would then require a crown. This is because after root canal treatment the tooth is weakened and so is more prone to fracture

A bridge is a multiple crown restoration to fill in a gap in your mouth that may have come about from extracting a tooth or by other means. Normally a crown is made for the tooth behind the gap and a crown for the tooth in front of the gap and then a crown is made to fill the gap and all these crowns are attached together. The purpose is to “bridge” the gap between the two existing teeth. This can provide a strong, functional, and aesthetic solution to tooth loss.

 

Opening Hours

Monday

8am to 4pm

Tuesday

9am to 6pm

Wednesday

9am to 6pm

Thursday

8am to 4pm

Friday

8am to 4pm

Saturday

8am to 4pm

Crown-&-Bridges-image
A little bit of information:

Why Do I Need X-rays?

Digital radiography allows us to see areas throughout your mouth that aren’t visible during a regular exam. Small cavities, cysts, bone loss and abscesses are just a few examples. Fortunately, today’s technology uses as much as 90% less radiation as conventional dental X-rays, making them safer than ever.

Since digital imaging is instantly available, you’ll enjoy a more efficient appointment and be able to co-diagnose your condition alongside our dentists.

XRAY-IMAGE
3D-tooth---large