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All-Ceramic Crowns

​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.

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. 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.

With no black line at gum level and made to match your natural teeth in shape and colour, an all-ceramic crown is a natural looking restoration that can blend into the rest of your smile.

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    How long to Ceramic Crowns last?

    On average dental crowns last up to 15 years. With the essential maintenance and care, they can go beyond 25 years.

    Which is better ceramic or metal crowns?

    Both options are acceptable, however from an aesthetic perspective ceramic crowns tend to be more favorable as they mimic the natural tooth appearance.

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