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Dental Crowns and Bridges Gold Coast

Discover the enduring benefits of dental crown and bridge treatments at Maudsland Dental Care. Our skilled team offers durable solutions to restore both the function and appearance of your damaged or missing teeth, enhancing the beauty of your smile.

These fixed prosthetic devices are expertly cemented onto existing teeth or implants, ensuring a permanent transformation. Unlike dentures, they can only be removed by our expert dentists.

Trust Maudsland Dental Care for a radiant and long-lasting smile.

Dental Crown and Bridge Gold Coast

Dental Crowns

A crown is a tooth-shaped cap that covers an existing tooth above the gum line in order to strengthen and protect it from further damage as well as improving its overall aesthetics. Like the rest of our bodies, our teeth are subject to wear and tear and may be severely weakened by trauma, root canal treatment and extensive decay as well as losing their healthy appearance due discolouration and aging.

A crown is often required to save a damaged tooth in the instance where its root system is still in-tact but its damage is too severe to be supported by regular fillings or veneers.

Your dentist may also recommend a crown in the following circumstances to:

  • restore a fractured tooth or protect and prevent fractures in a weakened tooth;
  • cover a dental implant;
  • replace a tooth or large filling in a severely decayed or damaged tooth that cannot support a normal filling;
  • hide a severely discoloured or poorly shaped tooth;
  • act as an anchor point for a dental bridge.

Crowns are usually made of full porcelain, zirconia, metal or a combination of these materials. The benefit of a full porcelain crown is its ability to mimic the natural properties of teeth with regard to reflecting light and can be matched in colour to your natural teeth to blend in flawlessly.


Dental Bridges

If you are missing one or more teeth a bridge might be a good solution for you. Gaps left from losing a permanent tooth due to dental decay, gum disease or trauma, can cause serious issues for the remaining neighbouring teeth over time. The remaining teeth have a tendency to shift or rotate into the empty spaces, resulting in a bad bite and further spacing between teeth. The imbalance caused by gaps from missing teeth will also increase your risk of developing gum disease and temporomandibular joint (TMD) disorders later on.

A bridge is a custom-made device that is used to replace one or more missing teeth and therefore stabilise the teeth surrounding a gap by redistributing the biting load and prevent them from moving. They fill the space where teeth are missing by being anchored onto adjacent teeth or implants.

Like crowns, there are a number of materials available for the construction of bridges for which your dentist can advise you of which is best suited for your smile.

Frequently Asked Questions

When is a dental crown recommended?

Dental crowns are recommended as a way of covering dental implants, supporting weak teeth, restoring and shielding decayed or damaged teeth, and improving the appearance of discoloured or malformed teeth. Book an appointment with us today to discuss more about dental crowns.

When is a dental bridge recommended?

Dental bridges are recommended to replace missing teeth, as they provide support and keep surrounding teeth from slipping. They can restore function and improve the appearance of the smile.

Are there any special care instructions for dental crowns and bridges?

Maintaining proper oral hygiene, getting regular dental check-ups, and avoiding behaviours like teeth grinding or chewing on hard items can all help extend the life of dental crowns and bridges.

Do I need personalised dental crowns and bridges?

Yes, individual experiences can vary, and talking with a dentist is essential to determining the best solutions depending on unique dental needs. Book an appointment with one of  our experienced dentist today and discuss more about your personalised needs.

Contact us to reserve an appointment or call us on 07 5580 0621

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