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Why Choose a Ceramic Crown?

Aug
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Why Choose a Ceramic Crown?

If your tooth has become broken, badly decayed or damaged in such a way that a filling is not strong enough to support the tooth, then a Crown may be recommended by your dentist as the most suitable treatment option for you.

What is a Crown?

A Crown (also known as a 'cap') is a protective cover fitted over the existing structure of a broken or damaged tooth to restore function and appearance. At Castelnau Dentists we provide a range of Crowns (including Metal Porcelain Crowns, All-Ceramic Crowns and Gold Crowns) so that our patients can chose the right treatment option for them according to their requirements and budget.

What are the Benefits of a Ceramic Crown?

Since they do not contain any metal, All-Ceramic Crowns are bio-compatible. This also means there will be no black line at gum level with your new tooth. 

With advances in modern dental technology, All-Ceramic Crowns are proven to be as strong and durable as metal porcelain crowns and so they are able to offer patients the best of both worlds - a long lasting and natural looking solution.

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