Crowns & Bridges

Crown and bridge treatment is a reliable solution to replace broken, damaged or missing teeth.

Treatment for restoring you mouth’s function includes crowns (or caps) that are carefully crafted to look natural and blend in with the rest of your teeth. Crowns can be used to strengthen teeth that have been weakened by decay or a large filling; to protect fractured, cracked and worn teeth; to improve the shape, alignment and shade of a tooth and to help strengthen the tooth after root canal treatment.

Bridges can be used to permanently fit a replacement tooth or teeth by being carefully attached to adjacent teeth or natural-looking dentures in metal or acrylic can be used to replace missing teeth.

Reassuring dental care to restore your teeth’s function


Our dentists work hard to ensure your teeth remain fit for purpose so you can eat, chew, smile and do all the other things you expect, without experiencing pain or feeling self-conscious.

  • Work is undertaken by skilled and dedicated dentists
  • Treatment is tailored to your needs
  • A treatment plan with options that reflect your budget is discussed
  • Restore your mouth’s function
  • Transform your smile
  • Improve the appearance of discoloured fillings
  • Protect and strengthen filled teeth
  • Repair broken teeth
  • Boost your self esteem
  • Crowns, or caps as they are sometimes known, are porcelain or composite covers for damaged or unsightly teeth. They can be made from gold, porcelain or a combination of both, and more recently ceramic. Ceramic crowns are carefully crafted to look more natural and blend in with the rest of your teeth and can eliminate dark metallic lines around the gums.

  • Bridges work by filling (or bridging) the gap created by one or more missing teeth, and are made up of two or more crowns on either side of the gap. They work and feel like real teeth.

  • A dental bridge is designed to last for many years, so it’s important to look after the bridge in the same way as natural teeth, by sticking to a good daily oral routine and attending regular hygiene visits.

  • Keep your crown safe so it can be re-cemented as soon as possible to avoid damage. If it is loose - the same advice applies. Please contact us immediately.

What happens next?

If you’re considering joining Coventry Road, we’d like to invite you to call us on 02476 312256 or email us at reception@deoldental.com and we will be pleased to arrange an appointment. We look forward to meeting you and your family, and looking after your smile.

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