Dental restorations to complement your existing teeth.
WHAT ARE CROWNS, BRIDGES, INLAYS AND ONLAYS?
In cases in which a damaged area is too large for a filling, we may suggest an inlay or onlay. An inlay fits into the cavity while an onlay covers the cusp of the tooth.
A dental crown is a cap that is placed over a damaged tooth. Once fitted, the crowned tooth looks and feels like a normal, healthy tooth.
A dental bridge is for patients with one or more missing teeth and usually consists of two crowns with a false, porcelain tooth in the middle. The two crowns attach to the teeth on either side of the gap.
Our restorations perfectly match the colour of your existing teeth.
With natural-looking restorations from White & Co. you can:
How does it work?
Your dentist prepares the tooth or teeth that will be treated and takes a mould.
We fit a temporary crown to wear for a short period of time.
Our dental technicians craft a crown to perfectly match your teeth.
Make a return visit to White & Co so we can place your new crown.
Ceramic onlay / inlay / posterior crown
Empress porcelain onlay / inlay / posterior crown
Porcelain jacket crown
Metal porcelain bridge (per unit)
Porcelain bridge (per unit)
“They explained all my options for me in detail, taking care to highlight different financially suitable options and were able to work around my busy schedule. The receptionists are also lovely.” Kai Chelliah. Dental crowns.
"I followed my wife on her visit to the dentist and was so warmly welcomed by Piotr and the other staff members that, after chatting with them about my concerns and them being so understanding, I decided to give it a try. Almost 5 months of my teeth are saved.” Michael Sparrow. Fillings, whitening and gum disease treatment.
Will my dental restoration treatment hurt?
We perform your treatment after a local anaesthetic so you should not feel any pain. You may feel some discomfort in the days that follow your treatment.
Will people know I have had restoration treatment?
Your restoration will perfectly match the colour of your teeth so no one will know you have had treatment.
How long will my restoration last?
If you look after your restoration it can last for many years.
How do I look after my restoration?
In the usual way. Brush your teeth twice a day, avoid sugary food and make sure you have regular appointments with your dentist and dental hygienist.
Is this a safe treatment?
You can trust our White & Co. dental professionals to deliver safe treatments.