Bridges & Crowns

Dental Crowns are a tooth-shaped cap which is placed on the tooth to restore the shape, size, and appearance of the tooth. It also enhances the strength of the tooth. If the major part of the tooth is missing, then the crown is the best solution for it. By placing the crown, a tooth can function normally again.


Bridges are commonly used if you’re missing one or more teeth. They cover the space where the teeth are missing and are cemented to natural teeth or implants surrounding the space.

  • Replace a tooth which is too large for a filling
  • Protect or restore a weak tooth from fracturing
  • To cover a tooth that has had RCT
  • Required to attach a bridge
  • Cover a dental implant
  • Cover a discolored or poorly shaped tooth
  • Dental Crown also gives your tooth the strength, shape, size and also help to improve the appearance of your tooth.
  • Gaps left by missing teeth eventually cause the remaining teeth to shift resulting in a bad bite. This can also lead to gum disease and TMJ disorders.

Frequently Asked questions

  • Do one need Dental Crown after RCT or Implant?

    After RCT or Implant, tooth needs strength which crowns may provide. But that depends on case to case, for example, front teeth and the teeth which are strong can do without getting crown.

  • How long does a Dental Crown last?

    Depending upon case to case and material to material dental crowns may last between 5 to 15 years or even longer. All you need to do is maintain your oral hygiene.

  • Q3. Will my new Crown match my existing teeth?

    We focus on excellent oral health, but we also understand that looks are important to everyone. All restorative treatments we offer are done with an eye toward esthetics. Our up-to-date materials and techniques make it easy for you to enjoy a smile that’s both healthy and beautiful.

  • Q4. Why do I need a crown, I just want a filling?

    Dental fillings are often used to replace where a cavity once was. Fillings repair the portion of the tooth that was damaged by the decay process. When fillings become very large, the tooth is often weakened and may break. The most often reason for a crown being recommended is when the remaining tooth left after the decay is removed will be weakened and likely to break. In addition, when a back tooth has had root canal treatment, a crown is recommended to prevent the tooth from breaking