Dental Crowns

Protect, Cover, and Restore Your Teeth for a Perfect Smile

Crowns Special Offer*

KINGSGROVE RESIDENTS

As a special opening offer get:

  • Dental crowns for only $1200 (SAVE $500)

Crowns Special Offer*

KINGSGROVE RESIDENTS

As a special opening offer get:

  • Dental crowns for only $1200 (SAVE $500)

Benefits of Dental Crowns at Advanced Dental Practice:

If you have chipped, broken, or decayed teeth that are causing you pain or making you embarrassed to smile, then dental crowns could be the solution you’ve been searching for. 

With custom-fit dental crowns that ‘cap’ the top of damaged teeth, our professional and friendly dentists at Kingsgrove Advanced Dental Practice are able to both protect and restore the original shape of your teeth, so that you can get the gleaming white smile you want.

Speak, smile and laugh with confidence

Last a lifetime

Looks identical to natural teeth

Eat whatever you want

No more pain

Improved overall oral health

Dental Crowns

We use Computer-Aided Design (CAD) to give the best design and fit with high precision, which provides a very long life for the crown. The crown is also made in Australia with metal-free material, which is very healthy for the gum and gives a natural tooth look.

All dental crowns are created just for you, which means they fit seamlessly with the rest of your teeth. With our custom-made dental crowns in 
Kingsgrove, you’ll be excited to once again show off your beautiful smile.

Are Crowns the same as Dental Bridges?

While Dental Crowns and Dental Bridges have many similarities, they are not the same. Crowns are used to entirely cover or ‘cap’ a damaged tooth or teeth. This is often referred to as either a ‘tooth cap’ or ‘dental cap’. In addition to strengthening a tooth, dental crowns may be used to enhance its shape, alignment, or appearance.

In contrast, Dental Bridges are most commonly used to replace a missing tooth or teeth. Dental bridges span the space where teeth are missing.

Book in a Free Appointment with our dentist and they can guide you on which treatments can help you recover your smile.

Are Crowns the same as Implants?

A Dental Implant structure incorporates a crown. This is the reason that many people think of tooth crowns, dental caps, and dental implants as interchangeable. Dental Implants, however, replace your entire tooth or teeth. A titanium post replaces the root and a crown fits on top. A metal knob, known as an abutment, connects the two. 

Not sure which treatment is right for you? Book in a Free Appointment with our dentist and they can guide you on which treatments can help you recover your smile.

How Dental Crown's work at Advanced Dental Practice?

STEP

01

Your First Appointment

At your first appointment, your dentist will assess your suitability for dental crowns. After taking a look at your teeth, we will take some x-rays, scans, and photos of your smile. 

We will then talk you through the tooth cap treatment plan, answer any questions you may have, and provide you with a preview of how your smile will look after treatment.

STEP

02

Your Individualised Treatment Plan

With all of this information, we create a unique treatment plan based on your individual smile and lifestyle.

It may be the case that treatment is needed to address any oral health issues before placing the tooth crowns.

STEP

03

Treatment Procedure

Your dentist will shave less than 1 mm only from the tooth and then take an impression of the tooth, along with the teeth surrounding it, which will be sent to a dental lab, in order for the permanent crown to be made.

By the end of your first visit, your tooth may have a temporary crown. This protects the tooth until the final crown is ready to be permanently placed.

STEP

04

Your Final Appointment

Once your dental crown are ready, dentist will check them, glue them and he will ensure that  all dental crowns are securely fixed and you have the smile of your dreams!

STEP

05

Aftercare

Just like natural teeth, you should have regular check ups at Advanced Dental Practice to ensure that your dental crowns, as well as your entire oral health, are in the best shape possible.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Dental Crowns can range in price depending on the material used in the crown and the size of the tooth. Dental crowns can be made from porcelain, ceramic, or metal, although porcelain tooth Crowns are the most popular choice. This is because they look more natural, as they can be colour-matched to your existing teeth. To find out more about our pricing, feel free to contact us on: 02 9150 9029 to discuss our payment options.

The lifespan of a dental crown can vary between 5 and 15 years. Some dental crowns are sturdier than others, and may last 25 – 30 years.

Just like natural teeth, you need to maintain your dental crowns properly with regular 6-monthly check-up appointments. You also need to brush and floss your teeth daily.

As with most types of dental work, many patients express concern about possible pain and discomfort involved with the procedure. However, the dental crown process is incredibly common and straightforward. This results in minimal discomfort throughout the entire process.

In some cases, the answer is yes. If you’re insured, there is a good chance your health insurance policy covers your dental crown in Kingsgrove treatment. Most private health insurance funds cover dental care as part of their General treatment, Extras, or Ancillary section. If you have any price-related questions, feel free to contact us on: 02 9150 9029 to discuss our payment options.

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