Bridges and Dental Crowns North Shore Sydney
Porcelain crowns and bridges can be a great solution for anyone with a missing tooth or teeth!
Thanks to modern technology, porcelain crowns and bridges are now stronger and more natural looking than ever. North Shore Dentistry is proud to offer CEREC technology for your porcelain crowns and bridges – ensuring the most precise, efficient experience for you. The porcelain material used is strong, durable, and matches the colour of your natural teeth – simultaneously restoring the function and aesthetics of your smile. And the advanced CEREC machine allows us to treat your restoration in just one visit!
There can be many benefits of implementing porcelain crowns to restore teeth. Porcelain crowns do not only restore structure and integrity to a damaged tooth, but they can also be beneficial for a number of other dental concerns. Porcelain crowns can also be used for the following:
- Tooth damage and decay
- Protection for an eroded teeth
- Supporting a chipped, broken, or cracked tooth
- Restore a tooth after root canal
- Anchor a dental bridge
Porcelain bridges are an effective treatment option for treating missing teeth. They can be utilised to simultaneously treat a number of concerns – including more than one missing tooth and teeth that may be damaged or require support. They can also help maintain the shape of the face, make speaking easier, and prevent teeth shifting where a gap may be present. It can often be a great option for restoring missing teeth without the need for surgery or other invasive techniques.
If you have missing or damaged teeth, it’s likely that the highly experienced professionals at North Shore Dentistry can help you. Our restorative dentistry can enhance your smile and sometimes even deter the need for an extraction. So if you have missing teeth or damaged teeth, porcelain bridges or porcelain crowns may just be the solution for you!
Dental Crowns Sydney NSW
The information provided above is general in nature and not intended to provide specific advice. Contact North Shore Dentistry to discuss whether this treatment is right for you, and the risks it carries. Your dentist will conduct an examination and provide a diagnosis, advising you on the appropriate treatment for you. Further information will be provided regarding the treatment, as well as a discussion of possible complications and costs involved.