Crowns & Bridges

Reasons for having crowns:

  • The restoration of a tooth to its original shape.
  • The strengthening of a weak tooth.
  • To improve the aesthetic appearance of a tooth

Procedure :

  • The initial dental crown appointment.

    a) Injection given to numb the tooth

    b) The dentist shapes your tooth.

    c) He/ she takes an impression of your tooth.

    d) A temporary dental crown will be made for your tooth.

    e) Your dentist will select the proper shade of porcelain needed for your dental crown.
  • Your second dental crown appointment.

    A permanent crown is cemented in place.

Types of Dental Crowns

    • Metal
    • Gold
    • Porcelain and Metal
    • Porcelain
    • Zirconia


A dental bridge is a false tooth which is fused between two crowns in order to replace a missing tooth. Each bridge is custom made to fill in the space. If spaces are left unfilled the surrounding teeth are liable to drift out of position. Furthermore, spaces from missing teeth can cause your other teeth and your gums to become far more susceptible to tooth decay and gum disease.