Crowns & Veneers

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Dental crowns, also known as caps, are tooth-shaped restorations that completely encase teeth to restore their form and function. They are commonly used to protect and strengthen teeth with large fillings, teeth that are cracked, or teeth that have undergone root canal therapy. Crowns also offer cosmetic dentistry solutions for correcting the appearance of misshaped, misaligned, or discoloured teeth, or those with any imperfections.


Are you unhappy with the shape, colour, or size of your teeth? Veneers provide an excellent treatment option for a full smile makeover.

Dental veneers are crafted out of durable ceramic that is shaped to your preferences, then bonded over the front of specific teeth.

What to Expect at Your Consultation

During your initial consultation, we will complete a full assessment of your smile. We invite you to share your concerns, including what you like and don’t like about your teeth. From there, we’ll schedule an appointment to prep your teeth, creating a small space for the veneers or crows to fit over them.

Finally, we’ll take a digital scan of your teeth then transfer your virtual mould to our laboratory.

Your dental veneers and crowns are designed in a local lab. Once they’re ready, you’ll return a couple of weeks later to have them fitted in place. In some situations—such as if major smile changes are involved—we may suggest a trial smile first. This mock-up will allow you to see what your teeth will look like. If at any point you are unhappy or want to make adjustments, we can do so before the permanent veneers or crowns are designed.


Our dentist will examine and take x-rays of your teeth to make sure you are a good candidate for whitening. With whitening, only the pigments in the enamel of the teeth are whitened. Fillings and crowns do not whiten with bleaching .

The root canal treatment aims is to save a tooth that has been decayed, diseased or injured. In this procedure, the dead tissue is removed from the canal, and tooth is cleaned with medicaments and shaped. After that the canals are filled with biocompatible material. In Most instances crowning of tooth is required after root canal treatment. In cases, where root canal treatment may not be appropriate, extraction may be the best option.

With the advent of modern digital radiographic techniques and high speed films ,which has dramatically reduced the exposure times so much so that an average dental x-ray is as harmful as one hour flight.

When your baby does not have teeth yet, you should wipe his/her gums with wet warm clean cloth after every feed. Once baby gets her first teeth, make sure you clean them after feed with a warm wet cloth and also do make sure that baby is not sleeping with a bottle in mouth. Your toddler should follow routine tooth brushing regimen as rest of the family but making sure to put just a smear of toothpaste. You may choose to use milk teeth toothpaste, which contains less fluoride until the first permanent teeth start erupting, but regular toothpaste can also be used if right amount is used.