At Galleria Dental Centre, we work hard to protect your natural teeth. However, there are cases where a dental crown can help to further protect your teeth from breaking. If you've recently undergone a root canal procedure or chipped a part of your tooth, dental crowns can protect your natural teeth. Our dental crowns closely replicate the function and appearance of your natural teeth, so much so that you won't notice it in your mouth.
Our dental clinic has provided dental crowns in London and a variety of other procedures for many years. What has enabled us to stay relevant is our ability to provide personalized services to every client. When you walk through our doors, we try our best to understand your requirements and provide solutions that align with your dental health, lifestyle and budget.
If you'd like to learn more about our dental crowns in London or would like to schedule an appointment, please get in touch.
While you might have heard the term dental crowns, you might not know what it is exactly. Dental crowns are artificial caps which can be made of porcelain, metal, porcelain fused over metal or zirconia, designed to mimic the shape and colour of your teeth. We place them over a damaged tooth, over teeth with very large fillings, or on a dental implant in the case of a missing tooth. In the case of a weakened tooth, a dental crown will protect your natural tooth against further damages without impeding its natural function.
Dental crowns are versatile in the sense that they are beneficial in a variety of circumstances. Some reasons why we recommend dental crowns are:
If you're unsure whether you require a dental crown, we invite you to chat with our team.
At Galleria Dental Centre, we provide various types of dental crowns in London. Different types of crowns are beneficial in different situations; our doctor will recommend the one that works for you.
We craft each dental crown to meet the unique requirements of our patients.
At Galleria Dental Centre, we follow a straightforward process when providing you with your dental crown.
If you have questions about our dental crowns or would like to know more about the procedure, please call us.
If you have a small area with decay on your tooth, a filling is an ideal solution. However, a simple filling doesn't work for teeth that have large areas of damage and are severely weakened. In these scenarios, a dental crown is a suitable solution. Additionally, you might require a dental crown if your tooth has had a large number of fillings.
It is best to take your dentist's advice. We carefully examine your teeth to determine your options and the best course of action for you.
Over the years, we have provided dental crowns to numerous clients. In case you have any queries or you'd like to schedule an appointment, please contact us. We will get back to you shortly.