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Dental Crowns in Hitchin

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Dental crowns are protective covers for damaged teeth, preserving their structure and appearance. They're custom-made from materials like porcelain or metal alloys.

The process involves tooth preparation and taking impressions in two appointments. The crown is then securely bonded to the tooth, restoring its function and aesthetics.

Dental crowns are versatile, addressing issues like decay, fractures, and supporting bridges. They offer durability and extend the life of a compromised tooth.

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Your crown treatment in 5 easy steps

We aim to make your journey with us as simple and convenient as possible whilst delivering an unbeatable experience and service.

1 Hour Consultation

Preliminary Treatment

Smile Design and Teeth Preperation

Crown Fit

Aftercare and Maintenance

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Transparent pricing with no nasty surprises

Treatment Price Price per month Appointments Sedation available Number of Crowns 0% finance
Emax Crown £799 £15 4 Yes 1
Ceramic Based Crowns £699 £14 4 Yes 1

The Benefits of Dental Crowns

Dental crowns offer a comprehensive array of advantages that encompass both functional and aesthetic aspects of oral health. These versatile restorations are instrumental in reinforcing and protecting weakened or damaged teeth, effectively preventing further decay or fractures.
Beyond their functional role, dental crowns also serve as cosmetic enhancements, concealing imperfections like discoloration, misalignment, or irregularly shaped teeth, thereby enhancing the overall appearance of one's smile.
With their remarkable durability and longevity, dental crowns promote the stability of oral health and instill confidence in one's dental well-being, making them an indispensable asset in modern dentistry.

  • Tooth Restoration: Dental crowns effectively restore and protect teeth with significant damage.
  • Enhanced Strength: They reinforce weakened teeth, ensuring their long-term durability.
  • Post-Root Canal Protection: After root canals, crowns provide essential protection and functionality.
  • Versatile: They are versatile solutions for various dental issues and restorations.
  • Comfort and Function: Crowns enable comfortable chewing and speaking, restoring function.
  • Minimal Tooth Reduction: Crowns require minimal tooth reduction, preserving natural structure.

Dental Crowns at Old Park Dental

In the realm of dental crown procedures, experiencing minimal discomfort is now a reality. Old Park Dental leads the way in this transformation, embodying a compassionate, personalized, and gentle approach to crown placements that extends its support to even the most anxious patients.

By utilizing local anesthesia and state-of-the-art techniques, any potential discomfort during the procedure is effectively minimized. The dedicated team at Old Park Dental prioritizes your comfort, creating an environment that promotes relaxation and trust, easing any concerns you may have.

With a wealth of experience in caring for patients with dental anxiety, the practice has perfected the art of cultivating a soothing atmosphere, ensuring your emotional well-being. Old Park Dental's commitment extends beyond clinical excellence; it encompasses compassionate support to guarantee your peace of mind. Pain-free dental crown procedures are not just an idea here – they are a tangible result of a legacy of care and empathy.

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Some Customer Testimonials

08/08/2023 via Google

“My son referred me to this clinic as he's known Dr Harps for a few years. What can I say, the knowledge Dr Harps has is truly admirable. Professional and friendly staff. Phenomenal customer service. Thank you to everyone! Best decision I've made 👌”

10/08/2023 via Google

“I never leave reviews but the experience I have had with Dr Harps was amazing. Being a nervous patient Dr Harps put me at ease and explained everything so well. Will highly recommend for any implant work. The clinic has parking at the back and its super clean. All the staff are super friendly!!! Would recommend to all family and friends!”

20/12/2022 via Google

“I've been using Old Park dental surgery in Hitchin for a number of years now and as someone who really doesn't like the dentist I can attest to their care and attention to their patients. I had my first tooth extraction 2 days ago and had been feeling extremely nervous, especially as it was being done with a local (in order to have it done faster). Dr Singh was great, it was my first time seeing him as I normally see his partner (who is also fantastic). Was patient, answered all my nervous questions and the process was done swiftly and pain free. Can't thank them all enough.”

What our patients ask about dental crowns

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Dental crowns should last up to 15 years, with the correct maintenance. If you take good care of your dental crowns they could last up to 30 years.

No, a dental crown doesn't always need a root canal. Crowns are often used to repair damaged teeth, but if a tooth has severe decay or infection in the pulp, a root canal may be required before placing the crown. The dentist will decide based on the specific situation.

Generally, a dental crown procedure takes about two hours to complete. It takes over two to three weeks for the lab to make a permanent crown, remove temporary crowns, and place the crown, which takes over 30 minutes. In addition, preparing the dental crown takes over 50-90 minutes.

RDental crowns are the only option for repairing a broken or severely damaged tooth that cannot be fixed with veneers, onlays or fillings. If the broken tooth is at the risk of falling apart, the crown will reinforce the tooth and hold it in place.

The short answer is no. Before either part of the procedure, the dentist will anesthetize (numb) the tooth and the surrounding gum tissue. Once the crown is on and the anesthesia wears off, the patient will probably experience a certain level of discomfort or even sensitivity.

A dental crown and a dental cap are the same things. A dental cap is just another term commonly used by older people to refer to dental crowns.