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Dental Crowns Milton Keynes

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Stunning Dental Crown Treatments

NEW DENTAL CROWNS ARE A FAST PAINLESS WAY TO IMPROVE YOUR TEETH, DENTAL HEALTH & SMILE

Old crowns with black lines; poor shape, size and colour; or teeth with fracture, excessively large or disintegrating fillings or tooth decay can look unsightly.

New crowns can improve the appearance of these teeth.

A Crown is an artificial covering that restores the form and shape of a natural tooth. Appearance-wise they can be indistinguishable from a real tooth.

We use Dental Crowns to protect compromised teeth that have been previously densely filled.

We design our Porcelain crowns using maximum strength porcelains for extended durability and an extensive choice of tooth colours, shades and stains.

Nicer Smiles

The overwhelming majority of patients who want to have a nicer smile can achieve it very simply.

It often involves just replacing a couple of stained fillings at the front or perhaps replacing a poorly matching front crown.

Whereas most patients think that the costs are prohibitive, actually most treatments are rarely more than the price of a couple of fillings (£145 each) or perhaps a crown or veneer (£695 each)

Why Choose Us?

We provide more than 100 Dental crown treatments a month. We have 4 very experienced cosmetic dentists who are available 7 days a week.

As the largest private practice in Milton Keynes, we have 18 dentists and specialists and can provide almost all dental treatments,

Most of the crowns and bridges we do are “Same Day Cerec” technology.

However, for many crowns, we use a very local Dental Ceramic Laboratory

Your smile is the essence of your personality.

It’s usually the first thing people notice about you and it communicates to others how you feel about yourself.

Even a small change in your smile can make an exceptional difference to the way you look and feel.

If you feel self-conscious about your teeth, reading this is the first step to a radiant new smile and confident new you.

Our Cambridge Practice also offers 7 days Dental Crown Treatments.

Dental Crowns Milton Keynes

Cosmetic Dentistry In Milton Keynes

Cosmetic dentistry is simply good dentistry that focuses on not simply quality but also appearance as well.

Wherever possible we are always focused on aesthetics.

We try to offer a holistic approach that considers not simply the “perfect Answer” but also an affordable answer too.

We also recognise that one of the biggest obstacles to achieving a successful cosmetic result is the inability/unwillingness of the patient to maintain the result.

This is why our practice focuses on making sure our patients are able and willing to maintain whatever result they ask us to create.

We also recognise that some patients do need a “Jump Start” so a patient with major gum disease might be offered Destaining and Tooth Whitening as a start.

The patient can instantly see a better result which we find motivates them to better standards of personal dental hygiene which is the foundation of all successful “Gum Treatments” and “Smile Makeovers

Dental Crowns Milton Keynes
Dental Crowns Milton Keynes

Cosmetic Dentistry In Milton Keynes

Cosmetic dentistry is simply good dentistry that focuses on not simply quality but also appearance as well.

Wherever possible we are always focused on aesthetics.

We try to offer a holistic approach that considers not simply the “perfect Answer” but also an affordable answer too.

We also recognise that one of the biggest obstacles to achieving a successful cosmetic result is the inability/unwillingness of the patient to maintain the result.

This is why our practice focuses on making sure our patients are able and willing to maintain whatever result they ask us to create.

We also recognise that some patients do need a “Jump Start” so a patient with major gum disease might be offered Destaining and Tooth Whitening as a start.

The patient can instantly see a better result which we find motivates them to better standards of personal dental hygiene which is the foundation of all successful “Gum Treatments” and “Smile Makeovers

Prices

Crowns, Veneers, Bridgework, Fillings Fees

Treatment

Fee

Cerec Enamic Crowns (Same Day)

Anterior Cerec Enamic (Same day)

From £550 (Posterior)

From £600 (Temporary)

Cerec Emax Crowns (Same Day)

Cerec Emax Crowns (Same day)

Emax Restoration with Ignacio

From £650 (Posterior)

From £700 (Anterior)

Start From £650

Composite Veneers

From £275 (average case £350)

Dental Inlays

From £550

Dental Onlays

From £550

Crowns (Bonded)

From £495 (average case £495)

Crowns (Lab Fabricated All-Ceramic)

From £595 (average case £595)

Temporary Crowns

From £195 (average case £225)

Same-Day Dental Veneers

From £695 (average case £695)

Ultra-Thin Dental Veneers

From £595 (average case £650)

Prep Less Dental Veneers

From £595 (average case £650)

Classic Dental Veneers

From £695 (average case £695)

Fixed Bridges (Per unit)

£600 (average case £650)

Bonded Bridges (Per unit)

£600 (average case £650)

Maryland Bridges

£600 (average case £650)

Cantilever Bridges (Per unit)

£600 (average case £650)

Temporary Bridges

From £600 (average case £750)

Fibre Bonded Bridges (Per unit)

£600 (average case £650)

Precious Metal Posts for Crowns

£165

Carbon Fibre posts for Crowns

£165

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Dental Practice Location

780 South Fifth Street Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire MK9 2FX

Hours

Monday 8.00am to 7.30pm

Tuesday 8.00 am to 7.30 pm

Wednesday 8.00 am to 7.30 pm

Thursday 8.00 am to 7.30 pm

Friday 8.00am to 7.30pm

Saturday 8.00am to 5.30pm

Sunday 9.00 am to 5.30 pm

Bank Holidays 9.00 am to 5.30 pm

FAQs

A crown is an artificial restoration that fits over the remaining part of a prepared tooth, making it strong and giving it the shape of a natural tooth. A crown is sometimes known as a ‘cap’.

Crowns are an ideal restoration for teeth that have been broken or have been weakened by decay or a very large filling. A crown could be used for a number of other reasons, for instance:

· you may have discoloured fillings and would like to improve the appearance of the tooth
· you may have had a root filling which will need a crown to protect it
· it may help hold a bridge or denture firmly in place.

In root-filled teeth it may be necessary to insert a post before placing a crown. A post provides support and helps the crown stay in place. The weakened crown of the tooth is drilled off at the level of the gum.

A post can be made of prefabricated stainless steel which the dentist can fit directly into the root canal, to help secure the crown, or a custom-made post can be constructed by the dental technician to accurately fit the shape of the prepared root canal. The post is placed into the root canal and cemented in position, ready for the crown to be attached.

If a root-filled tooth is not completely broken down, it may be possible to build it up again using filling material. This ‘core’ is then prepared in the same way as a natural tooth and the impressions are taken.

Crowns can be made of a variety of different materials and new materials are continually being introduced. Some of the most popular options are listed below.

Porcelain bonded to precious metal: this is what most crowns are made from. A precious metal base is made and then porcelain is applied in layers over it.

Porcelain crowns: these crowns are made entirely out of porcelain and are not as strong as bonded crowns, but they can look very natural and are most often used for front teeth.

All-ceramic crowns: this modern technique offers a metal-free alternative, which can give the strength of a bonded crown and the appearance of a porcelain crown. Therefore it is suitable for use in all areas of the mouth.

Porcelain and composite: porcelain and composite resin materials can sometimes look the most natural. However, these crowns are not as strong as bonded metal crowns.

Glass: these crowns look very natural and are used on both front and back teeth.

Gold alloy crowns: gold is one of the oldest filling materials. Today it is used with other metal alloys to increase its strength, which makes it a very hardwearing restoration. These crowns are white or gold in colour.

The dentist will prepare the tooth to the ideal shape for the crown. This will involve removing most of the outer surface and leaving a strong inner core. The amount of the tooth removed will be the same as the thickness of the crown.
Once the tooth is shaped, the dentist will take an impression (mould) of the prepared tooth, one of the opposite jaw and possibly another to mark the way you bite together.

The impressions will then be given to the dental technician, along with an appropriate shade and other information needed for the crown to be made.