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Dental Crowns in Tonbridge, Kent

Crowns of Confidence: Restoring Strength and Beauty to Your Smile

Your smile is a powerful asset, and dental crowns at Tonbridge Gentle Dental can help you regain confidence and maintain excellent oral health. Say goodbye to damaged teeth and hello to a brighter, more radiant smile.

When it comes to dental health, a confident smile speaks volumes. Dental issues such as cracked, chipped, or discoloured teeth can affect your self-esteem and overall oral health. Fortunately, dental crowns offer a reliable solution to these problems.  Tonbridge Gentle Dental can help you regain confidence and maintain excellent oral health with dental crowns.

Dental Crowns Tonbridge

What Are Dental Crowns?

Dental crowns, often referred to as “tooth caps,” are custom-made restorations that cover the entire visible portion of a damaged tooth. They are designed to enhance the tooth’s appearance, strength, and functionality while providing protection against further damage.

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The Dental Crown Process

Benefits of Dental Crowns


Restore Damaged Teeth

If you have a tooth that is cracked, chipped, or extensively decayed, a dental crown can restore its structure and function.

Improve Aesthetics

Crowns can effectively mask discolouration, staining, or misshapen teeth, providing a more aesthetically pleasing smile.

Strengthen Weak Teeth

Teeth weakened by large fillings or root canal treatments can be strengthened and protected with crowns.

Support Dental Bridges

Dental crowns serve as anchor points for dental bridges, filling the gap created by missing teeth.

Cover Dental Implants

They are used to cover dental implants, seamlessly integrating them into your natural smile.

Am I a suitable candidate for Dental Crowns?

Candidates for dental crowns typically include individuals with various dental issues such as:

Tooth Decay

When a tooth has significant decay that cannot be restored with a filling, a crown may be recommended to provide structural support.

Fractured or Cracked Teeth

Teeth with extensive fractures or cracks can benefit from crowns, as they help to hold the tooth together and prevent further damage.

Weakened Teeth

Teeth that have been weakened due to large fillings or root canal treatments often require crowns to protect them from breaking.

Root Canal Treatment

After a root canal procedure, a crown is commonly placed over the treated tooth to strengthen it and prevent infection.

Dental Bridges

Crowns are used as anchors to support dental bridges, replacing missing teeth.


Dental implants are topped with crowns to create natural-looking and functioning replacement teeth.

How much does it cost?

At Tonbridge Gentle Dental, we offer dental crowns with a starting price of £645. The actual cost may vary based on individual circumstances and specific treatment needs. Our experienced team will provide you with a comprehensive assessment and a transparent breakdown of all associated costs during your consultation. We believe in delivering high-quality dental care that is both affordable and tailored to your unique requirements, ensuring you receive the best possible value for your investment in your oral health.

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Why Choose Tonbridge Gentle Dental for Dental Crowns?

  • Trusted destination for dental crowns
  • Highly experienced team of dentists
  • State-of-the-art facilities for precision and durability
  • Tailored treatment plans addressing unique dental needs
  • Use of top-quality materials and advanced technology
  • Comprehensive aftercare and flexible appointment scheduling
  • Affordable, high-quality dental care
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Frequently Asked Questions

Dental crowns can be made from various materials, including porcelain, ceramic, metal alloys, or a combination of materials. The choice depends on the tooth's location and your preferences.
Typically, it takes two dental appointments. The first appointment involves preparing the tooth and taking impressions, while the second appointment involves placing the crown after it's fabricated in a dental lab.
No, the procedure is not painful. Local anaesthesia is used to numb the tooth and surrounding area, ensuring a painless experience.
With proper care and oral hygiene, dental crowns can last between 10 to 15 years or even longer.
Yes, once the crown is placed, you can eat normally. However, it's essential to avoid chewing on hard objects or using your teeth as tools to prevent damage.
No, modern dental crowns are designed to match the colour and shape of your natural teeth, making them virtually indistinguishable.
Maintain good oral hygiene by brushing, flossing, and regular dental check-ups. Avoid excessive force or grinding your teeth.
Yes, if a dental crown becomes damaged or worn over time, it can be replaced with a new one to ensure the continued health and appearance of the tooth.