Dental crowns will restore your teeth and your smile

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Time to put your
‘best teeth forward’?

If you’ve recently had root canal therapy, or have a damaged tooth, your tooth needs to be strengthened and restored. It should also look natural and be seamless. That’s where dental crowns – a clever dental treatment to preserve teeth – come in. 

Cronulla Beach Dental

Our fully customised, handcrafted dental crowns and bridges will prevent further tooth, gum and jaw damage, reinstate your tooth’s full function, and give you your attractive smile back.

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Dental Crown Cost

Dental Crown



Our dental crowns start from $1,850 per tooth, whereas a dental bridge starts from $4,700. Your dental crown procedure (and bridge procedure) can be paid for using our flexible payment options - ensuring you can act swiftly to preserve your natural teeth and restore your smile, now.

Our dental crowns and bridges are so seamless - you’ll forget which tooth was actually ‘crowned’

Correctly, or not at all

At Cronulla Beach Dental we value precision - this results in perfectly placed dental crowns that match and enhance your smile.

Years of experience, for your benefit

Dr Daley and his trusted team have performed thousands of dental crown treatments, and as such, your damaged tooth and smile are in the safest of hands.

Highest quality, always

We don’t cut corners, and never compromise on materials. When we fix your tooth, regardless of the type of crown you choose, our dental crowns and bridges are always first-class.
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No-stress dental crown and bridges payment options

Feel comfortable in the chair, and afterwards

Restoring your smile doesn’t need to be uncomfortable - not even financially. Flexible, no-deposit, zero-interest payment plans mean you can enjoy your treatment anxiety-free, and so can your bank account.

All major health funds accepted and on-the-spot rebates available.

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Three steps to leaving dental fear in the past

Prepare the tooth, take a mould

Dr Daley will take a mould of the tooth to be crowned (which will be given to our expert Australian-based technicians to handcraft your custom crown), and then place a temporary ‘interim’ crown.

Place your new, customised dental crown

Once your new crown has been expertly crafted (typically 2-3 weeks), we’ll place  your long-term custom-made dental crown.

Smile, eat and use your teeth, as normal

Your new dental crown or dental bridge will see your tooth preserved (or gap filled via the dental bridge) and your oral health restored, providing you brush and floss twice daily, and see us twice yearly, or as per Dr Daley’s advice.

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You’re the kind of person who researches every decision thoroughly. We get it! You have a lot in common with Dr Daley. Download our New Patient Guide to learn more about Cronulla Beach Dental. It includes:
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Fees and prices

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Ready to protect your tooth and mouth with a dental crown?

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What is a dental crown?
A dental crown is a porcelain or zirconia-made long-term ‘cap’ that is placed over a tooth to prevent further damage, and to restore function and aesthetic appeal.
Who needs dental crowns?
Patients with a damaged, decaying, or broken down tooth. Also those with old dental work and some patients who’ve undergone a root canal.

Dental crowns can also be used as a ‘bridge’ to replace a missing tooth - i.e. crowns are placed on adjoining teeth of the gap, and the gap is ‘filled’ with the connecting middle crown.
How much is a dental crown?
Dental crowns and bridges start from $1,850 and $4,700 respectively.
What are the different types of dental crowns?
Dental crowns can be made from porcelain (zirconia), gold, metal alloy, or a combination. A dental bridge is typically a set of crowns placed over adjoining teeth to fill in a missing tooth’s gap.
What are the risks of having a dental crown?
Very rarely a patient might experience an allergic reaction to metal crowns. Tooth (crown) sensitivity might occur with hot and cold foods, and the crown might also chip or be dislodged, if not affixed properly. 
Can you tell me how to clean a dental crown?
You clean dental crowns as per normal teeth - brushing and flossing twice daily. You should also see us twice yearly, as per recommended dental care and maintenance.If you experience any bleeding gums, or inflammation, please contact us and we will examine you (and treat if necessary) for gum disease.

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