Crowns and Bridges

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Windsor’s Crowning Glory

If you’ve broken, chipped or damaged your teeth or a tooth, crowns and bridges can help repair and stabilise the situation.

Crowns are fitted on top of broken or damaged teeth and provide long-lasting protection and stability to your teeth. If you have missing teeth, a bridge can fill the gaps left behind, giving structure to your smile.

At CastleView, our highly skilled team of clinicians works with expert clinical dental technicians to craft crowns and bridges from composite and porcelain. Thanks to the accuracy of CAD-CAM technology, you can have perfectly fitted, bespoke bridges and crowns for ultimate comfort.

Get a durable, stunning new smile with our restorative treatments, including crowns and bridges, and you could get that long-lasting fresh smile feeling.

Dental Bridges in Windsor

Dental bridges look like your natural teeth and blend perfectly with your smile. By replacing missing teeth, they accurately sit on your gum line to give the impression of flawlessness. 

Our bridges are made from porcelain, so they’re super long-lasting and durable. Plus, the translucency of porcelain imitates your enamel to help your beautiful smile look even more natural.

A bridge works just as a natural tooth would, so you can chew, laugh and talk with more confidence.

Getting a Dental Bridge

We’ll help you decide how you want your treatment to look with a customised treatment plan created especially for you. Once we have a goal for the treatment outcome, we’ll work with our state-of-the-art, fully equipped lab to create your bespoke bridge.

We’ll prepare your teeth to optimise the stability and hold for your bridge, and finally, we’ll fit it. Your brand new bridge will give your confidence a new lease of life as you leave our clinic with a fully restored and glowing smile.

Dental Crowns in Windsor

Porcelain and composite dental crowns are tooth-coloured protective caps that sit on top of your broken, chipped or damaged tooth.

We use composite and porcelain crowns because they have the translucency and durability of your natural teeth. We’ll match the shade of the crown to the colour of your existing teeth to enhance the naturality of your new smile even further.

The result? A natural-looking crown will be durable and strong for years to come embedded in your beautifully restored smile.

Getting Your Crown

We’ll gently prepare your teeth to ensure your crown is long-lasting and durable. With the skill and technology of our partnered dental technicians, we can provide you with a bespoke crown crafted perfectly to the contours of your tooth.

You can expect your treatment to be completed within two swift appointments at our welcoming clinic. You’ll receive a fully functional temporary crown, so you don’t have to miss out on having a stunning smile between appointments.

During your second appointment, we’ll fit you with your final complete crown. We’ll finish the treatment with any necessary last touch-ups and polishing.

Read Our Reviews

Staff all professional and positive, willing to discuss any pro and cons about treatment, a good review awarded and deserved.

Honestly, this is such a good dental practice. Everyone is so friendly, welcoming and really puts you at ease. I’m usually really anxious about going to dentists but I felt relaxed as I could tell I was in good hands 🙂

The staff at CastleView have made me so comfortable throughout my visits to them and making my teeth nice and healthy again. I’m now able to smile in confidence again. I am so pleased with how my teeth look. 5* treatment.

Crowns and Bridges FAQs

Is getting a crown painful?

No, you’ll receive anaesthetic so that you won’t feel a thing during treatment.

Are dental crowns worth it?

Yes. They’re incredibly cost-effective and can last for years with proper care.

What are crowns made of?

We use porcelain crowns. We find that they’re the best material for a natural and healthy look in our years of experience.

Is it better to have a tooth extracted than get a crown?

It’s usually better to avoid extractions if you can, and crowns are a great way to repair and save damaged teeth.

Can a crown be replaced?

Yes. Crowns can be replaced if necessary, but they’re usually durable enough to last a lifetime.