Dental Crowns

What are dental crowns? Dental crowns are an important procedure in modern dentistry. Regular fillings may not be strong enough if tooth decay is very deep, or if there is a crack in the tooth.

Cracks develop because of a heavy bite that stresses the teeth. In such situations the heavy bite needs to repaired. Stronger dental  materials are needed to support and strengthen the tooth.

Today, new techniques are available for tooth strengthening. They range from minimal preparation of  tooth structure for inlays and onlays, to the traditional full coverage cemented dental crowns.

There are a large range of materials that crowns, inlays and onlays can be made from. These include non-precious metal crowns, to fully aesthetic ceramics with tints and in-built white coloured shades.

In order to allow the best suited material to rebuild your teeth with, give us a call or leave us your contact details below and we will reach out to you shortly.

Arrange a consultation with our dentists or oral health therapists today to discuss your options.

Contact our dental team at Coburg Hill Oral Care on (03) 9041 5301 or book online via HealthEngine.

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2017-09-26T10:33:23+00:00 April 14th, 2016|Categories: Dental Procedures, General Dentistry|

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