Prices start from £395
As with many dental procedures, teeth may be sensitive immediately after treatment. In addition, it may take a couple of days to become accustomed to the shape of the crown. If it remains uncomfortable, it may require some adjustment.
In extremely rare circumstances, it’s possible to have an allergic reaction to metal-based crowns.
No, any work is carried out with local anaesthetic and you should not feel any pain. The preparation work should feeling no different from having a filling.
You may experience some discomfort when taking the mould of your teeth.
Crowns and bridges are a long term solution, and how long they last depends on how well you look after them. Treating the crowns well (not chewing hard items, biting fingernails or using teeth to open packaging), a good oral hygiene routine including brushing, flossing and regular visits to the dentist and hygienist will ensure they last as long as possible.
The friendly team at Yew Tree Dental Care are based in Slough and have years of experience in fitting dental crowns. We understand you may be anxious about certain dental treatments, and we’ll talk through all your options with you to give you the most comfortable experience with the results you’re looking for, protecting your smile for years to come.