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Dental Crowns in Bathgate

Restoring your damaged or weakened teeth, providing both functional and aesthetic benefits.

Custom-crafted to fit over the entire surface of a tooth

Dental crowns restore both the health and beauty of your smile!

How it works

What is a Dental Crown?

A dental crown, also known as a tooth cap, is a prosthetic restoration that covers and encases a damaged or weakened tooth. Made from various materials such as porcelain, ceramic, metal, or a combination, crowns are custom-designed to match the shape, size, and colour of the natural tooth. They are cemented onto the prepared tooth, providing strength, protection, and aesthetic improvement.

Crowns can restore the function, appearance, and structural integrity of a tooth affected by:

  • Decay
  • Fracture
  • Large fillings
  • Other dental issues
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The mechanism

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What's so good about it?

The Benefits

1

Restoration of Functionality

Dental crowns restore the functionality of damaged or weakened teeth, allowing patients to chew and bite comfortably without pain or discomfort.
2

Protection and Strengthening

Crowns provide significant protection and reinforcement to weakened teeth, preventing further damage, fractures, or decay. This helps prolong the lifespan of the tooth and avoids the need for extraction.
3

Aesthetic Enhancement

Crowns improve the appearance of teeth by covering visible imperfections such as discolouration, chips, cracks, or misshapenness. They are customized to match the colour, shape, and size of natural teeth, resulting in a seamless and natural-looking smile.
4

Versatility

Dental crowns can be used to address a variety of dental issues, including restoring severely decayed or damaged teeth, supporting dental bridges, covering dental implants, or enhancing the appearance of teeth with cosmetic imperfections.
5

Longevity

With proper care and maintenance, dental crowns can last for many years, providing durable and reliable restoration of dental function and aesthetics.
6

Prevention of Further Dental Problems

By covering and protecting damaged teeth, crowns help prevent the progression of dental issues such as decay or fractures, reducing the risk of more extensive and costly treatments in the future.

How Is It Done?

Step-by-Step Process

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Booking a consultation for dental crowns is essential to address dental issues promptly and effectively. Our experienced dentists will thoroughly evaluate the condition of your teeth, discuss any concerns or questions you may have, and provide you with all the information you need to make informed decisions about your dental care. Take the first step today towards restoring your smile’s health, function, and aesthetics with confidence and peace of mind!

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Common Questions

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How long do dental crowns last?

The lifespan of dental crowns varies depending on factors such as material quality, oral hygiene, and habits like teeth grinding. With proper care and maintenance, crowns can last for many years, often exceeding a decade.

Are dental crowns painful to get?

Dental crown placement is typically painless, as it is performed under local anaesthesia to numb the tooth and surrounding tissues. Patients may experience minor discomfort or sensitivity after the procedure, which usually subsides within a few days.

Do dental crowns require special care?

While dental crowns do not require special care, maintaining good oral hygiene practices like regular brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups is essential to prolong their lifespan and prevent complications such as decay or gum disease.

Can dental crowns fall off?

While rare, dental crowns can become loose or dislodged due to factors like decay, trauma, or improper fit. If a crown becomes loose or falls off, it is important to contact our dentist immediately for evaluation and repair.

Can dental crowns be replaced?

Yes, dental crowns can be replaced if they become damaged, worn, or discoloured over time. Our dentist will assess the condition of the crown and recommend whether replacement is necessary for optimal oral health and aesthetics.

Can dental crowns be used to fix gaps in teeth?

Yes, dental crowns can be used to close gaps between teeth by reshaping and contouring the affected teeth. Crowns provide a durable and aesthetic solution for improving the appearance of the smile and enhancing dental function.

Dental Crowns in Bathgate

Why Choose Us for Dental Crowns

At Iriston House Dental Practice, we pride ourselves on delivering top-quality dental care with a focus on patient satisfaction. Our team of experienced professionals uses state-of-the-art technology and the latest techniques in dentistry to ensure your dental crowns are durable, functional, and aesthetically pleasing.

We offer personalised care tailored to your unique dental needs, ensuring a comfortable and efficient treatment process. With our expertise, we not only improve your dental health but also enhance your overall smile, making us the ideal choice for your dental crown treatment.

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pm@iristonhouse.co.uk
01506 652135
48 King St, Bathgate EH48 1AY

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