Crowns and Bridges

Teeth which are badly discoloured, broken down or missing can sometimes be restored with a crown or a bridge. The tooth is filed down a little and an impression is taken to make the crown. The crown is made from a gold alloy with porcelain fixed over this to match the colour and shape of the existing teeth. If a tooth is missing, the space can be filled by joining crowns together to make a bridge, which is permanently cemented into place.

Below you can see examples of crown and bridgework ‘before’ and ‘after’

 Case 1

Case 2

Case 3 – Replacement of old Crowns

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