Crowns, Bridges and Veneers

Restore your teeth with our professional dental reconstruction

Over the course of our lives, our teeth get damaged, suffer wear and tear, and are lost. This is unfortunate but thankfully, professional dentistry has a series of solutions to ensure that you can maintain the integrity, colour, and shape of your smile.

If you’re looking for a permanent solution for dental challenges such as large fillings, missing or damaged teeth, or weakened tooth structure then we have just what you need. We provide dependable crowns and bridges. Dental crowns are designed to cater to individual teeth, whereas bridges are used in conjunction with a crown to replace a missing tooth or multiple teeth. Contact us today to book your consultation for dental reconstruction and take the most important step to restoring your oral health, hygiene, and appearance.

What is a Dental Crown?

A dental crown is a porcelain or metal tooth covering that is frequently used in dental reconstruction. The crown replaces a tooth’s shape, function, and aesthetics and is used when teeth are broken down, weak, cracked, or have large fillings. Dental crowns help prevent teeth from fracturing, particularly when teeth have had a root canal treatment.

New materials and techniques mean that we can now provide a dental crown fitting that closely matches the adjacent natural teeth. If you’re looking for caps for your teeth, you’ve come to the right place.

The experienced and dedicated dentists of Fremantle Dental Care can create crowns that closely match the shape and colour of your original tooth, so the result is as natural looking as can be. What does this mean for you and your oral health? Not only does your appearance get enhanced, but the procedure of dental crown fitting also restores the tooth’s strength, effectively providing you with a brand-new appearance, more comfort, and better functioning teeth.

What is a Tooth Bridge?

A tooth bridge is a fixed dental restoration procedure. It’s a permanent solution that we offer to replace one or more missing teeth. There are different types of bridges, including some which require surrounding teeth to be prepared for a crown to carry the false tooth in a cantilever or fixed-fixed design. There are also variations where the false tooth is attached to a metal or white backing, which sticks to the back of the adjacent tooth. Teeth implants can also be used to bridge gaps, where there are no adjacent teeth present to attach to.

A bridge is anchored by two supporting teeth on either side so depending on the instance, the new tooth or teeth are comfortably fitted to the shape and contours of your mouth. We always strive for the same result we have achieved with countless clients and patients – the restoration of functionality, comfort, confidence, and your desired natural appearance.

Benefits

  • Enhance the aesthetics of your smile by matching the natural colour and texture of your teeth.
  • Restoration of full dental function.
  • Dental crowns help protect weakened teeth, making them last longer.
  • A tooth bridge will close any existing gaps and ensure the distribution of pressure on your teeth is balanced and uniform.
  • The balance brought on by dental bridges can also help improve the clarity of speech.

Get the smile makeover you dream of with our expert restorative dentistry

An effective and affordable means of restoring your smile is dental veneers. Their continued popularity among patients is a testament to the results they bring and the confidence they instil. We have a team of professional dentists who have honed their skills alongside advanced technology to ensure that you have access to a dental veneers procedure that will give you the smile makeover you dream of. Contact us today to book your smile-enhancing dental reconstruction appointment.

Dental Veneers

Dental veneers are a very popular smile makeover treatment. Made out of a strong compound which is similar in both look and feel to tooth enamel, they are the go-to material for making slight aesthetic changes such as altering the shape, size, or position of teeth. These minor adjustments can make a definitive overall impact to the appearance of your smile.

Your Fremantle Dental Care practitioner will take a mould of the tooth to be capped, and then a custom veneer will be crafted for you in a laboratory for fitting and bonding. This attention to detail results in a natural-looking, feeling, and functioning tooth at a low cost that won’t hurt your bank balance.

Composite Veneers

Ideal for repairing smaller cosmetic challenges, these are lower along the dental veneer cost spectrum and most commonly applied dental veneer treatment options available. They can be fitted during a single visit to the dentist’s office, where they are applied and moulded. This is also the ideal treatment if your teeth are damaged by way of cracking or chipping. You are also able to correct minor problems including marginally crooked teeth. In comparison to porcelain veneers, composites are more cost-friendly.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are fitted through a multi-step approach. The high-end nature of the veneers means that the process takes more time than the procedure undertaken with composite veneers, and hence these cannot be fitted in one session. Porcelain veneers comprise several layers of thin ceramic. They need to be made-to-measure in order to fit each unique mouth perfectly.

Porcelain veneers are the ideal option for you if you have severely discoloured and crooked teeth. If your teeth that resist bleaching and whitening, that would also make you an ideal candidate for veneers. Given that they are individually sculpted, they match natural teeth almost perfectly and resist discolouration from common teeth stains due to their high-end material. While they may be manufactured with a strong ceramic material, tooth veneers should still be treated with extra care.

Maintaining your Veneers

Maintaining the sparkle of your veneers is as easy as following your regular dental care routines. You simply have to treat them with the same way level of care and attention you would your natural teeth. Daily brushing and your bi-annual visit to the dentist’s office for a scale and polishing – where special, non-abrasive paste is used – keep your dental veneers looking at their very best. Kick those nasty teeth grinding and nail-biting habits and together with good dental hygiene, your investment will last you a long time.

If your interest has been piqued, you should have an examination to see if you’re suited to veneers – book an appointment now to get it instantly confirmed. Your dentist will explain what the process is, how we will carry it out, and what it will cost.