Crowns & Bridges

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Our dental team is familiar with all the latest crown techniques and materials, and we can provide crowns in all available ceramic non-metallic materials.

A crown can cover a damaged tooth to restore it to its normal size and shape. It may also be used in cosmetic cases to mask severe discolouration or misalignment. After a root filling, a tooth can be brittle and a crown can strengthen and protect the remaining tooth structure.

Case Study

Bridge Patient - Carol

Nobody likes attending the dentist, but if you have to, I can’t recommend Notley Dental Care highly enough. From the minute you walk through the door you enter a calm atmosphere.

I was under the care of Dr Ucer, and from the start of my treatment for a bridge to be fitted, to the final visit, he and the dental nurses made me feel completely at ease, the treatment was painless and the result is amazing.


Dental bridges are a natural-looking way to fill in the gaps left by one or more missing teeth. They consist of a false tooth, positioned between two crowns, which slot over the teeth either side of a gap. As well as restoring an incomplete smile, they can improve eating, speaking and the contours of your face, and they also help to keep your existing teeth in place.

The supporting teeth are known as abutment teeth and these are prepared by removing a thin layer of enamel so the crowns will fit neatly over the top. The bridge is then custom-made, usually from porcelain and precious metal, and fixed in place with dental cement.

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