Wellington Dentistry - London

Dental Crowns in London

Custom caps that strengthen and restore damaged teeth, correcting problems like cracks, decay, and misalignment.
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Seamless Tooth Restoration

A dental crown, often referred to as a “cap,” is a meticulously crafted restoration that is placed over a tooth exhibiting various concerns such as breakage, root canal treatment, staining, decay, or misshapenness. These custom-fitted crowns seamlessly blend with the tone and contour of your natural teeth, offering both durability and aesthetic appeal, often lasting for over 15 years. Dental crowns serve a versatile role, not only restoring damaged teeth but also anchoring dental bridges, completing dental implants, and fulfilling specific cosmetic or aesthetic objectives with precision.

What To Expect ? Dental Crown

Getting a dental crown typically involves two office visits and is skillfully executed by a dentist. Here’s a detailed breakdown of the procedure:

Examining and Preparing the Tooth

Comprehensive Dental Examination: The journey begins with a thorough dental examination where the dentist assesses and cleans your teeth to prepare them for a seamless crown fit.

Addressing Damage: If the tooth is compromised, be it broken or significantly decayed, the damaged areas are meticulously removed to create a solid foundation for the dental crown. This initial step is vital in safeguarding the tooth against further decay.

Cleaning and Surface Preparation: Your dentist will meticulously clean and dry the targeted tooth before applying a mildly acidic gel. This gel creates a rough surface, facilitating the bonding process.

Crafting The Crown

Impression Taking: Using dental putty, we capture an impression of your teeth. This impression serves as the blueprint for crafting full porcelain crowns tailored to your unique dental structure.
Temporary Crown: While your permanent crown is in the manufacturing process, a temporary crown is carefully fitted onto your tooth. This temporary crown maintains the tooth’s integrity until your next appointment. If you’re considering replacing a missing tooth with a dental implant, we also take an impression of the implant and surrounding teeth, enabling our lab to create a custom crown that seamlessly blends with your smile.

Setting The Crown

Crown Installation: During your second appointment, the temporary crown is removed, making way for the permanent crown. The crown is securely affixed to the tooth using robust dental cement or a concealed screw, ensuring long-lasting stability.
Final Touches: To conclude the process, we meticulously polish the crown and make any necessary adjustments to guarantee your comfort and security.

London Dental Crown Pricing: Factors and Considerations

The cost of a dental crown can vary significantly depending on several factors, making it a personalized financial consideration. Here’s a breakdown of what influences the cost:

Type of Crown and Material: The choice of crown type and the material used play a substantial role in determining the cost. Different crown materials, such as porcelain, ceramic, or metal, have varying price ranges.

Location and Procedure Complexity: The geographical location of the dental practice and the complexity of the procedure influence costs. Dental services in London may have different price structures compared to other areas.

Number of Crowns: If multiple crowns are required, the cost will naturally increase. The extent of restoration needed affects the overall expense.

Combination with Other Appliances: In some cases, dental crowns are part of a larger treatment plan that includes other dental appliances like bridges. This integration can impact the final cost.

Supplies and Equipment: The specific supplies and equipment necessary for your unique treatment also contribute to the overall cost.

It’s essential to note that providing an accurate quote over the phone is challenging because each patient’s needs are as unique as their smile. To determine the precise cost and explore treatment options, scheduling an appointment with a dentist and undergoing an oral examination is crucial. For those with dental insurance, we are happy to assist in supplying you with a quote to submit to your insurer, enabling you to understand your out-of-pocket expenses before making any decisions. Your oral health and the restoration of your smile are valuable investments, and we are here to help you navigate the financial aspects of your dental care.

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Your consultation will include an examination of everything from your teeth, gums and soft tissues to the shape and condition of your bite. Generally, we want to see how your whole mouth looks and functions. Before we plan your treatment we want to know everything about the health and aesthetic of your smile, and, most importantly, what you want to achieve so we can help you get there.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dental crowns are recommended for various reasons, including repairing cracked or chipped teeth, treating severe decay, covering discolored teeth, or improving the appearance of misshapen teeth.

Dental crowns offer durability, enhanced aesthetics, and long-lasting tooth protection. They can restore both function and appearance to your smile.

Dental crowns can last 15 years or more with proper care and maintenance.

The process typically involves two visits: tooth preparation and crown placement. The tooth is prepared, an impression is taken, and a temporary crown is fitted. Then, a permanent crown is placed in the second appointment.

The dental crown procedure is generally painless. Local anesthesia is used to ensure your comfort during the treatment.

Alternatives include dental veneers, inlays, and onlays, depending on your specific dental needs and goals.

Maintain good oral hygiene, including regular brushing, flossing, and dental check-ups. Avoid chewing hard objects to prolong the life of your crown.

Dental crowns do not respond to teeth whitening treatments. If you want a whiter smile, discuss teeth whitening options before getting a crown.

Dental insurance may partially cover the cost of dental crowns, depending on your plan. Check with your insurance provider for details.

What Our Patients Have To Say

Frank Verkley

I can not say enough about Dr Wael Nabhan professionalism. After a lifetime of moving from dentist to dentist and always having issues, it was a godsend that after just 2 visits he straightened my mouth so it functioned as it should. He has repaired all the prior problems I’d had to live with and now maintains me in good dentistry health and highly functional oral well-being.

Yvonne Murry

This is a wonderful dental office. I highly recommend it. I had an emergency and they got me in right away. Dentist made sure I was comfortable every step. Wonderful dental assistant to. Thanks so much.

Zak Jawad

I don't normally write a review but I would like to say that Dr.Weal was extremely patient and careful while extracting my wisdom teeth, especially being a first time client. During the extraction he took his time and made sure I was just as comfortable as if I were getting my teeth cleaned! Dr.Weal even reached out to see how I was doing during my recovery process. I would recommend him and his team to anyone looking for a dentist.

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