Cavendish House Dental Practice

Beautiful dental crowns

Expert restorations for natural looking results

Beautiful dental crowns

Expert restorations for natural looking results

Dental Crowns in Finchley, North London

If you’re looking for stunning yet affordable dental crowns in Finchley, North London, our experienced team can help.

Led by our highly experienced Principal Dentist, Dr Kevin Silver (GDC No. 62080), we offer superb standards of treatment and service and will be happy to help restore your smile.

Dental Crowns

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How much do dental crowns cost?

We strive to offer high quality dentistry at affordable prices, and all our treatment costs are kept as competitive as possible in comparison to other dentists in the area.

Our prices for dental crowns are listed below.

Treatment Cost (from)
Dental crowns (per tooth)

Our experienced dental crowns team includes:

Kevin Silver Principal at Cavendish Dental in Finchley

Dr Kevin Silver

GDC No. 62080

Our superb team is led by Principal Dentist Dr Kevin Silver, who has over 35 years experience in dentistry. He has extensive knowledge and skill in restoring teeth and has expertly fitted dental crowns for many patients.

Strengthening and protecting teeth

Crowns are shell-like covers, often made from porcelain, that closely resemble the visible portion of a natural tooth. They are used to cover weakened or damaged teeth, providing reinforcement and safeguarding them against further harm.

Crowns can also be used in combination with a dental implant to provide a highly effective solution for replacing a missing tooth. Another common use is to cover a tooth that has undergone root canal treatment, offering it protection and improving its appearance.

The advantages of dental crowns

Frequently asked questions about dental crowns

How should I take care of my crown?

A crowned tooth shouldn’t need any extra attention, though it is important to remember that it does not guard against decay or gum disease.

It is therefore important to keep good oral hygiene habits, like brushing at least twice a day and flossing daily, to keep your mouth healthy. An antibacterial mouth rinse is an excellent complement to this as well.

What does the treatment process involve?
Preparing a tooth for a crown typically involves two trips to the dentist. During the first visit, they will examine and make ready the tooth. The new crown is then securely placed at the second appointment.
Are there alternative treatments for repairing teeth?

The most appropriate solution to repair a damaged tooth mainly depends on the exact location and extent of the damage.

Small areas of decay can often be treated with a filling. Dental inlays and onlays are more suitable when larger sections of the molar and premolar teeth towards the back of the mouth are compromised.

Crowns are generally the best solution to restore a tooth that has been more significantly damaged (by fracture or extensive decay for example).

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