Badly broken-down teeth can still be restored with dental crowns

A “core” or “build-up” can support a dental crown

If your tooth is badly broken-down and there is minimal healthy tooth structure remaining, it may still be able to be restored with a crown. However you may require a “core” or a “build-up” to support the crown before it can be made.

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The process of making a dental crown

There are many steps involved in making a dental crown. The tooth needs to be prepared and an accurate mould taken. This is sent to the laboratory where the dental technician creates a customised crown for your tooth. This will need to be carefully fitted and assessed for appropriate function and aesthetics.

Our Recommendation

Aria Dental Perth recommends that you view all the videos in the cosmetic dentistry series. These are educational and will provide an understanding of cosmetic dentistry and provide an overview of the options for improving your own dental functionality and aesthetics.

Aria Dental through their Prosthodontist, Dr Michael Zaninovich is a leading Cosmetic Dentistry Clinic and patients are referred to the centre from Perth, the Metropolitan Area and from anywhere in Western Australia.

You may also contact us directly and make an appointment for a consultation and assessment and find out what can be done with your teeth and bring back your natural smile.