Crowns

Crowns

If unsightly teeth are spoiling your smile, crowns can offer a neat, natural-coloured cover up.

Sometimes known as ‘caps’, they fit completely over a whole tooth, concealing defects caused by chips, decay, discolouration or large fillings. Made from a variety of materials including metal, resin or ceramic, they can also be used to support a dental bridge or can be affixed to a dental implant.

Aftercare

The best way to care for your crown is to stay on top of your oral hygiene – this means keeping your teeth and gums healthy by brushing with a fluoride toothpaste twice day as well as thorough daily inter-dental brushing/flossing. You also need to see your dentist and hygienist regularly so they can keep an eye on your crown and the tooth underneath.

A crown protects a tooth from decay, but not where it meets the gum margin and neither does it guard against gum disease, so it’s important to keep the area plaque free.

Patient Reviews


I would recommend anyone with gum disease to consider every form of treatment possible. You can really feel confident of the skill and approach the Haven team...Diane, Cookham
All my questions were answered in as much detail as I needed. I would recommend that anyone with a gap considers this option. I couldn’t be more pleased...Joan Campbell, Lower Earley
Now I feel a lot more confident and would certainly recommend the treatment – my only regret is that I didn’t have it sooner!Matt, Earley
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