Crowns and CEREC at Arden House

Posted by on 23 May 2017 | Comments

Do you have broken, damaged or chipped teeth? Ceramic crowns are one of the best treatments when it comes to salvaging and strengthening broken teeth. Dental crowns emulate the shape of a real tooth, fitting over the top of the damaged tooth. There is no need for impressions or follow-up appointments – walk-in and walk out with a new smile!

 

Your dentist will explain the ins and outs of what is involved and you will be able to choose the desired shade of your tooth beforehand.

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 There are different types of  crown depending on which  tooth needs replacing. For  example damaged teeth at the  back of the mouth need to be  stronger and damaged teeth at  the front of the mouth need to  be made from more aesthetic  materials that match the  colour and texture of your  natural teeth.

 

If you have more than a single missing tooth, we can create a bridge which replaces the missing teeth with artificial ones and there is no need for dentures. The synthetic tooth or teeth are anchored to your natural teeth on either side or one side of the gap, creating a dental bridge. Our dentists work closely with the dental technicians to ensure you receive the best restoration(s) and that there is no need for any refits.

 

A little more about CEREC technology …..

CEREC has undergone more than 25 years of continuous development and over 250 scientific studies documenting clinical security, so it’s a treatment you can trust. Here at Arden, we make the crowns in house while you wait, so there’s no sending away to the dental lab and needing to wait for them to be sent back over a period.

 

Arden house are one of the few practices in the Cheltenham and Gloucester area who have invested in the latest version of CEREC technology. We can make multiple crowns as well as veneers and small bridges – all in house. We have over 10 years of experience with CEREC and patients can watch their teeth being designed.

 

 

If you would like more information about CEREC technology at Arden House, please do not hesitate to contact us.