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At Twoth, we offer dental crowns treatment to restore the strength, function, and appearance of damaged or compromised teeth. Dental crowns, also known as caps, are custom-made restorations that encase the entire visible portion of a tooth, providing protection and support. This treatment involves preparing the tooth, taking impressions, and placing a permanent crown that blends seamlessly with your natural teeth.
The benefits of dental crowns treatment are twofold. Firstly, it provides structural reinforcement to weakened teeth, protecting them from further damage or fractures. Secondly, dental crowns are designed to match the color, shape, and size of your natural teeth, enhancing their appearance and restoring your confident smile. With dental crowns, you can regain full functionality and enjoy long-lasting dental health.
There are several benefits to Crowns, which is why it’s such a popular option with many patients in our London practice. We’ve gone over just a few of the Crowns benefits below.
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Mr. Aldaadaa (or AL as called by friends and patients) is a GDC registered Specialist Oral Surgeon with extensive training at world-prestigious universities and hospitals. He is amongst a handful of surgeons in the United Kingdom with triple higher training; in academic (PhD) and clinical Oral Surgery (MOralSurg) as well as Implant Dentistry (Cer.Imp.Dent) utilising the latest evidence based technology to provide high standard treatments.
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Your Implant Retained Dentures treatment will be tailored to your exact requirements; therefore, one treatment can be very different from the next. However, we’ve provided a basic overview of a Implant Retained Dentures below.
During the consultation, our experienced dentist will evaluate your oral health, discuss your concerns, and determine if dental crowns are the right treatment option for you. They will also explain the process and answer any questions you may have.
To prepare for the dental crown placement, your dentist will reshape the tooth by removing a small portion of the enamel. This ensures a proper fit for the crown. An impression of the prepared tooth will be taken to create a custom crown.
While your permanent crown is being fabricated, a temporary crown will be placed to protect the prepared tooth. Once the permanent crown is ready, it will be carefully positioned, and any necessary adjustments will be made to ensure a comfortable and natural fit. The crown is then permanently bonded to the tooth.
Maintain good oral hygiene by brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing daily, paying extra attention to the area around the crowned tooth.
Visit your dentist regularly for check-ups and professional cleanings to ensure the longevity of the crown and monitor your overall oral health.
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Avoid chewing on hard or sticky foods, especially in the first few days after crown placement, to prevent any dislodgment or damage.
If you experience any discomfort or sensitivity, consult your dentist for guidance or over-the-counter pain relief options.
Practice good oral hygiene, including regular brushing with a soft-bristle toothbrush and flossing around the crowned tooth to maintain oral health.
Notify your dentist if you notice any changes in the crown’s fit, sensitivity, or discomfort, as it may require adjustment or further evaluation.
BDS (Kings College University of London), Cert Orth (New York University), Msc . Stem cells . Distinction (Kings College University of London)
GDC Number: 63959
BChd (Hons) MClinDent OS (UCL Eastman) MOralSurg (RCSEng) Cer.Imp.Dent (Warwick) PhD (UCL Eastman)
GDC Number: 275892
BDS University of Manchester
GDC NUMBER: 296144
BDS King's College London, PgDip Clear Aligner Orthodontics, PgCert Fixed Orthodontics, PgCert Restorative
GDC NUMBER: 252923
BDS King's College London
GDC NUMBER: 265147
GDC NUMBER: 292486
Diploma in Orthodontic Therapy Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh National Certificate NEBDN 1996
GDC NUMBER: 136639
Find the answer to the most common questions. Everything you need to know about Crowns.
Dental crowns can be made from various materials, including porcelain, ceramic, metal alloys, or a combination, depending on the specific needs and preferences of the patient.
The duration of the procedure depends on the complexity of the case. Generally, it requires two visits: one for tooth preparation and impressions, and another for crown placement. The process typically spans over a few weeks.
The procedure itself is performed under local anesthesia, ensuring minimal discomfort. However, some patients may experience temporary sensitivity or soreness after the anesthesia wears off.
With proper care and maintenance, dental crowns can last for many years, often ranging from 10 to 15 years or even longer. Regular dental check-ups and oral hygiene practices are essential for their longevity.
Yes, once the crown is securely placed, you can resume normal eating habits. However, it’s advisable to avoid extremely hard or sticky foods that may put excessive pressure on the crown.
Dental crowns primarily address damaged or compromised teeth rather than correcting misalignment. However, in some cases, they can be used in combination with orthodontic treatment to achieve desired alignment.
Porcelain or ceramic crowns are highly resistant to stains. However, crowns made from metal alloys may be susceptible to slight discoloration over time.
Cleaning dental crowns is similar to caring for natural teeth. Regular brushing, flossing, and rinsing with an antiseptic mouthwash are crucial for maintaining good oral hygiene and preserving the appearance of the crowns.
Yes, dental crowns are commonly used to restore damaged or discolored front teeth. The materials used for front tooth crowns are carefully selected to match the color and translucency of your natural teeth.
Dental crowns are considered a long-term solution for damaged or weakened teeth. However, over time, normal wear and tear may require crown replacement or maintenance. Your dentist will guide you on the best course of action based on your specific situation.