Crowns

Crowns at Abbey House Dental

Protect teeth and give them an aesthetic boost

At our modern practice in Stone, Staffordshire

Crowns have many different benefits for your teeth. 

A crown is sometimes known as a ‘cap’.

It is an artificial restoration that fits over the remaining part of a prepared tooth, making it strong and giving it the shape of a natural tooth.
Crowns are used to repair teeth damaged by decay or trauma. Porcelain crowns restore 98% of usage of a damaged tooth and 100% of its appearance. They are also best practice for a tooth which has had a root canal treatment done as it protects the tooth.

Porcelain crowns are popular, they are aesthetically pleasing, strong and durable. Porcelain crowns are often used to replace metal crowns.

To prepare your tooth for a crown, we will carefully reshape your existing tooth. The crown will have a natural appearance and close fit. We will discuss at length the shade to get the perfect to match. Your new crown will look, feel and function exactly like your natural tooth.

To make a crown will normally take 2 visits, the first will be to shape the tooth and take impressions, we will place a temporary crown whilst the new crown is being made. After 10-14 days your new bespoke crown will be ready to fit restoring your smile, function and strength.

Benefits of crowning your teeth;

  • Can protect against further decay or erosion.
  • An improved looking smile
  • Crowns help to protect and prolong the life of heavily filled or chipped teeth.
  • They are recommended for teeth following root canal treatment.

Crowns

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Frequently Asked Questions

Considering a crown? Here are our FAQs;

How long do they take?

Your crown will be bespokely made for you in our specialist dental laboratory, this normally takes around 2 weeks so your new improved smile could be closer than you think.

Do you have to ‘cut into’ my own tooth?

Yes, your tooth is prepared so that when you have your new crown it fits in perfectly. There are some things to consider when doing this and this will be clearly explained at your consultation.

Are they strong?

Yes, unlike veneers they cover the whole tooth so are stronger, we can also give them a metal core, you won’t see this but it will give your crown extra strength from the inside.

How can I get started?

Give the practice a call and we will arrange a consultation to discuss your expectations and arrange the appointments for you.