Explore our dental crowns before and after photos to discover what can be achieved with new ceramic dental crowns.
These dental crown before and after photos illustrate the results that were achieved for these patients. Your own treatment will be tailored to your needs and may require different procedures. Contact us to learn more about how we can restore your smile.
Six ceramic crowns on the front teeth
Freida's upper teeth had become worn and stained over the years. They had previously been restored with composite resin, and Frieda felt that their unnaturally dark colour made her look older.
Six ceramic crowns were placed on Frieda's upper front teeth. With these, we were able to restore some thickness to the teeth where they had previously been worn and improve their colour. Frieda was very happy with her cleaner, more youthful-looking smile.
Eight protective ceramic crowns
Lauren, a well-groomed lady in her 60’s had severely worn upper front teeth. A lot of tooth enamel had been lost, exposing the underneath dentine layer. This caused Lauren quite a lot of discomfort as her teeth were sensitive to hot and cold foods and drink.
Eight ceramic crowns were placed over Lauren’s teeth. Not only did they dramatically improve the appearance of Lauren’s smile, they also served to protect her teeth from further deterioration and allowed her to eat and drink with comfort. Lauren loved how her new teeth freshened up her overall appearance.
Replacement of old crowns with a more advanced material
Jacinta had root canal treatment and a crown placed on her left central incisor 15 years ago. The combination of gum recession, stained dental cement, opaque porcelain and bulbous contours of the crown led to this tooth having a very poor appearance.
Ceramic crowns to restore the front teeth
Mei Ling was unhappy with her previous dentistry and joined our practice for a fresh start.
As well as treatment of her back teeth for health and function, we restored three upper front teeth with ceramic crowns. Mei Ling has been extremely happy with her new mouth and has referred her family to see us for ongoing care.
Ceramic crowns to replace old, unsatisfactory restorations
Natalie is an attractive fitness instructor who was embarrassed about the colour and shape of her two front teeth. They had been built up with composite resin after an accident years ago. Natalie had been told further treatment would weaken them and that she should put up with their appearance.
We explained to Natalie that in her case crowns would actually protect her teeth and minimise the risk of further problems as well as improving their appearance. Two ceramic crowns were placed, and Natalie was very happy with the result.