Dental Crowns & Bridges

We offer comprehensive options for crown and bridges and utilise modern scanning technology to achieve the best outcomes.
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Crowns & Bridges

Crowns, commonly referred to as ‘caps,’ are frequently recommended for teeth with various issues such as breakage, extensive fillings, cracks, Root Canal Treatments, or esthetic concerns.

This procedure involves reshaping the tooth and securely bonding a custom made crown onto it. Different crown options include Porcelain Crowns, Zirconia Crowns, Full Gold/Metal Crowns and Porcelain Fused to Metal Crowns. Crowns effectively enhance the structural strength of the underlying tooth.

Our crown services offer all types, and our streamlined process includes the use of a specialised scanner for optimal efficiency.

Bridges stand as an excellent solution for replacing missing teeth, offering versatility in types such as cantilever bridges, 3-unit bridges, resin bridges and implant bridges. Bridges involve reshaping adjacent teeth, crafting a custom bridge, and securely bonding it in place.

Our clinic provides a comprehensive range of bridge materials, including Porcelain Bridges, Zirconia Bridges, Full Gold/Metal Bridges, and Porcelain Fused to Metal Bridges. Explore these options to find the ideal bridge for your needs.

Here at Cranbourne North Dental, we use advanced impression and imagining technology (3D Intra-oral scanners) together with the best, tried and tested dental labs to further enhance your experience and deliver outstanding results.

We also have a variety of payment plans available – giving you the flexibility of paying for your dental procedure later.

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Common Problems

Tooth Decay
Tooth decay, also called dental caries or cavity, is the most prevalent dental problem in the world. Signs include block/brown holes in your teeth, broken teeth, bad taste or smells.
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Gum Infection
Do you have swollen, red, bleeding gums, or bad breath? This might indicate a gum infection which requires prompt treatment.
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Tooth Abscess
A tooth abscess is a painful and potentially dangerous dental condition that arises from a bacterial infection. Signs include pain, swelling, gum pimples, bad breathe or taste.
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Teeth Grinding
Teeth grinding (bruxism), is the involuntary clenching, gnashing, or grinding of the teeth. Signs include tooth wear, sensitivity, jaw pain, and headaches.
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Impacted Wisdom Teeth
Impacted Wisdom teeth are generally described as molars which are coming out at odd angles but seem stuck at the same time. Signs include pain, swelling, infection, and headaches.
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Tooth Ache
Tooth ache troubles? Let us help
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Sensitive Teeth
Sensitive teeth are generally described as sharp, short-acting tooth pain when you drink cold drinks, eat ice cream, or drink hot tea.
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Yellow Teeth
Yellow teeth, or discoloured teeth, is a common tooth problem that is generally cosmetic in nature but may have underlying implications.
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Frequently Asked Questions

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Why do my teeth keep breaking?

There are many reasons why teeth break

  • Decay- if a tooth has decay, it weakens it and it can break easily
  • Grinding/clenching teeth- this can result in cracks/fracture lines in teeth that can give way
  • Heavily filled teeth- if the teeth have had existing large fillings, the teeth are weaker and more susceptible to fracture. In most situations, a crown would be the best option to brace the heavily filled tooth

When a tooth is heavily filled / cracked / just had a Root Canal Treatment, your Dental Professional might recommend a Crown on the tooth. Then you hear the price and then, Why does it cost so much?

A Crown on a tooth is akin to a customised piece of jewellery. The tooth is prepared precisely and a scan or mould is taken and a specialised Dental Laboratory creates the Crown to fit the exact shape of your prepared tooth! It is entirely custom made and extremely precise to ensure a great result. The materials are also highly specialised and can be made from Zirconia, Porcelain, Gold and other materials. Because of all the steps involved, materials and the time taken, a Crown can be more expensive. It is also a much better long term option for your tooth.

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