Crown and Bridge

Dental Crowns

If a tooth is extremely damaged as a result of decay or trauma, a crown may be used to restore its appearance and strength. Crowns cover the entire tooth and seal chipped or broken areas and is cemented permanently onto the tooth with a suitable adhesive.  Crowns are also able to transform a smile as crowns are able to be made to any shape, size and colour.
Crowns can be made from various materials depending on the indications for the particular case.

The different types of crowns are:

– Full porcelain
– Porcelain fused with metal
– Full metal crowns.
A root canal treated tooth involving significant loss in tooth structure normally requires a crown for protection.

Dental Bridges

A dental bridge is a permanent, non-removable restoration used to replace missing teeth in a patient’s mouth by using the adjacent teeth as support. A dental bridge usually consists of two crowns with a false tooth “bridged” between. The crowns are placed on the teeth adjacent to the gap for strength and stability. Other options for replacing missing teeth include partial dentures and dental implants.
If you would like more information or to make an appointment please contact us on 07 3902 1023.

My Dentist at Cannon Hill provides dental crowns and bridges to Brisbane and the local area of  Cannon Hill and the surrounding suburbs of Murarrie, Morningside, Carina, Carina Heights, Tingalpa, Hemmant, Balmoral, Hawthorne, Bulimba, Carindale, Seven Hills and Camp Hill.



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Patient Complaint: Failing siliver fillings and crown with decay undernealth. Food was also getting trapped inbetween her teeth as the filling and crown was not contacting together.

Solution: Replacement of siliver fillings with composite resin and replacement of silver crown with a porcelain crown.

Result: Patient was very happy as decay is removed, food was no longer getting trapped in between her teeth and teeth look natural again.

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Patient Complaint: Failing composite fillings with decay underneath. Patient was also constantly getting food caught in between her teeth as fillings were not tight together.

Solution: Replacement of existing fillings with new composite resin and porcelain crown.

Result: Teeth back to its natural self, food trapping was no longer an issue.