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Crowns and Bridges

Damage to our teeth is sometimes unavoidable. Chipped, cracked, and missing teeth can occur from neglect, ageing, teeth grinding, eating something hard, or from an accident such as a sports injury. Modern dentistry offers a wide range of solutions to restore teeth, including crowns and bridges in Double Bay.

What Is a Crown?

A crown also called a cap, is a protective cover which fits over an existing tooth, or is affixed to a dental implant. Dental crowns in Double Bay restore the structure, appearance and function of your tooth and are typically recommended when a tooth is missing a significant amount of structure above the gumline.

Dental crowns in Double Bay are an excellent option because they are made from materials which offer long-lasting durability such as porcelain, resin, or metal alloys. When crafted using high-tech porcelain or ceramic, a crown is virtually indistinguishable from your natural teeth.

Crowns can also help to protect teeth which the dentist has identified as weak, or offer support to a tooth that has already been heavily filled. If your tooth has suffered a crack or fracture, a crown can help hold together the remaining parts of the tooth, restoring its integrity and appearance.

If you are looking for crowns and bridges near Potts Point, we will be happy to help!

Is a Bridge the Same as a Crown?

If you have a gap of one or more teeth, dental bridges in Double Bay or Elizabeth Bay can fill the gap with natural-looking teeth. The adjacent teeth anchor your bridge. They have crowns placed on them to support the false tooth or teeth between them. Dental bridges restore your smile, confidence and provide even distribution of force when eating or chewing.

What Is the Crowns and Bridges Process?

Your bridge or crown is completed in just two appointments. During your first appointment, your tooth or teeth are shaped, and we take an impression to send off to the dental technician. You are given a temporary crown or bridge to wear until your next appointment.

During your second appointment, the crown or bridge is fitted and checked for colour, size, and shape. Your bite is also checked to ensure comfort and longevity. We then cement the crown or bridge into place so you can use and care for your new teeth just like your natural ones.

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Is a Bridge the Same as a Crown?

If you have a gap of one or more teeth, dental bridges in Double Bay or Elizabeth Bay can fill the gap with natural-looking teeth. The adjacent teeth anchor your bridge. They have crowns placed on them to support the false tooth or teeth between them. Dental bridges restore your smile, confidence and provide even distribution of force when eating or chewing.

What Is the Crowns and Bridges Process?

Your bridge or crown is completed in just two appointments. During your first appointment, your tooth or teeth are shaped, and we take an impression to send off to the dental technician. You are given a temporary crown or bridge to wear until your next appointment.

During your second appointment, the crown or bridge is fitted and checked for colour, size, and shape. Your bite is also checked to ensure comfort and longevity. We then cement the crown or bridge into place so you can use and care for your new teeth just like your natural ones.

Contact Us

We have over 20 years of experience in fitting crowns and bridges in Double Bay or Elizabeth Bay. We can guide you through the different types and materials of each and help you come to an informed decision for your smile. Book an appointment through our website at or call us on (02) 9158 6723.