Crowns, Inlays, Bridges, Onlays

In some cases where there is more extensive damage to the tooth and to large for a filling restoration, we may suggest an inlay, onlay or crown. An onlay covers cusps of the tooth whereas an inlay fits directly into the cavity of the tooth.
A dental bridge is used when a patient has one or more missing teeth. A bridge normally consists of two crowns with a prosthetic porcelain tooth in the middle. The crowns attach to the teeth on either side of the missing tooth. Bridges can be metal-free for superior aesthetics and a natural looking smile.
A dental crown is a cap which is placed over tooth and once fitted looks and feels like a normal healthy tooth. Dental crowns are the ideal choice for patients with worn or broken teeth, and when fillings are not a viable option. Crowns can be made to look almost indistinguishable from natural teeth and can help to prevent further damage to the roots.
All restorations placed are match to the colour of your existing teeth.

Dentist working on dental bridge with patient


Your Dental Crown Treatment

Treatment Process

Your dentist will carry out the treatment on your tooth or teeth. An
impression or scan will be taken and sent to the relevant laboratory.

Temporary Crown

Following the procedure a temporary crown will be fitted. This will
ensure you have a tooth in place whilst waiting for the fit appointment

Temporary Crown

A bespoke crown/ bridge restoration will be created to perfectly match
your teeth


You will return to the practice 2 weeks later to have your new crown / bridge fitted

Dental Restorations Fee Guide

Crown / Bridge from£750.00

© 2024 Riverside Dental Practice