What is a Dental Crown?
Also known as a ‘cap’, a crown is a permanent protective covering which the Dentist places over a tooth using dental adhesive or cement.
Crowns are often used to restore teeth which have been fractured or damaged by large areas of decay. They can also be used to correct minor problems in natural teeth, such as poor spacing, irregular shape or even discoloration.
What are the Benefits of a Dental Crown?
These include protection against further decay or erosion and an improved looking smile. A crown helps to hide that badly chipped tooth or those unsightly-looking front teeth. If you were self-conscious about your smile before this treatment, you will be pleasantly surprised by the outcome.
Pain-free, fear-free Crowns for Nervous Patients
At the Parkway we take the concerns of nervous patients – and those who suffer from fear of the dentist –extremely seriously. A crown may be a straightforward form of dental treatment, but the anxiety which it can provoke in many patients is very real. We offer nervous and phobic patients the option of Local Anaesthesia, Sedation dentistry or General Anaesthetic for all dental procedures, depending on suitability. It is all part of the gentle, considerate approach which The Parkway is known for.
What’s the Cost?
- Consultation – Was £145 NOW £89
- Treatment starting from – £450