Dental Crowns & Bridges in Waterloo SE1

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Dental Crowns & Bridges

A Dental Crown is an artificial restoration that fits over a prepared tooth, helping make the remaining tooth strong and giving shape as that of a natural tooth. Crowns are an ideal way to restore teeth that have broken or have been weakened by decay or a large filling.

A Dental Bridge is a false tooth (also called a pontic) that is held in place by abutment teeth on either side of the gap. A bridge is usually used where there are fewer teeth to replace or when the missing tooth is only on one side of the patient’s mouth.

Crowns & Bridges can help strengthen broken or decayed teeth, restore bite function and keep the smile looking as natural as possible. They offer a more secure and stable option when treating one gap at a time. Crowns & Bridges are not removable, allowing the comfort of normal chewing and eating.

At Whites Dental, we exclusively use the highest quality material from experienced dental labs to ensure a natural look and excellent fit. Our Crown & Bridge materials include Porcelain Bonded, Ceramic, PMA, Lava, Zirconia, Emax, Gold and Maryland.

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Dental Crowns
Prices are per unit and they depend on material selected
from £525
Dental Bridges
Prices are per unit and they depend on material selected
from £525

Ethically Priced
Our Crowns & Bridges are very ethically priced. That typically results in our prices being very competitive compared to our peers.

Whites Dental provides Dental Crowns & Dental Bridges to patients within our vicinity. We are conveniently located in Waterloo SE1, right next to Southwark Tube station. We are a 5-10mins walk from London Bridge, Waterloo station, Borough, Southbank, Southbank and Elephant &Castle we also have a clinic located near Marble Arch and Paddington station.

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