If you have a chipped tooth there are a number of ways we can help you to solve this problem. As you see in video clip, depending on extension of fractured area we can use white composite filling, a veneer or a crown to restore the broken tooth. We offer same day crown service using our CEREC CAD CAM technology to provide you with high quality ceramic restoration on the same day.We
Options to restore a chipped Tooth
Crowns are ideal restoration for teeth that have been broken or have been weakened by decay or a very large filling. A crown could be used for a number of other reasons: you may have discoloured fillings and would like to improve the appearance of the tooth you may have had a root filling which
Post Crown & Core build up
Teeth that have become severely compromised by decay, large fracture or big failed restorations often require full-coverage crowns to restore them to their original form and function. In cases where root canal therapy is needed. dentist must then evaluate whether there is enough structural integrity remaining to support a definitive crown by a core build-up alone, or use a retained post (pin) to secure the core foundation to the root and distribute bite force to root. The main purpose of a core build- up is to replace enough missing tooth structure to allow the creation of ideal resistance and retention of the crown preparation.
Depending on the extent of the damage and repair required sometimes the full top surface of the tooth is lost. A Full Onlay is then produced to replace the biting surface.
White Inlay and Full Onlay
White Inlays & Onlays are lab made restoration and can be used when your tooth has been weakened by having a very large filling or extensive decay extending under one of the cusps. Also it is indicated when you have a root filling that will need a crown to
Root canal treatment is needed when the blood or nerve supply of the tooth( tooth pulp) is infected through decay or injury. Patients may complain of an existing pain or in early stage of infection even not feel any. In some cases, your tooth could darken in colour (which