Trust Enhance Dental for all your porcelain crown requirements.
Actual Enhance Dental patient after receiving upper and lower Porcelain Crowns.
Porcelain crowns can be used in many situations to fix teeth in need of structural or cosmetic improvement.
If you have a damaged tooth that is cracked, fractured or severely worn a porcelain crown is often required.
A porcelain crown is also considered if your tooth is badly decayed, has a large broken or lost filling, or has had root canal treatment.
Porcelain crowns are also useful for many cosmetic dental needs. They can be used to fix many aesthetic or cosmetic issues including deep discoloration and large unsightly fillings to make your teeth appear brighter, straighter and more symmetrical. Porcelain crowns can even help you with chewing or speaking concerns that may result if a tooth is damaged.
Full ceramic crowns on the front six upper teeth has totally changed the appearance of this crooked smile. Note how the edges of the teeth now follow the curvature of the lower lip to enhance the hidden beauty of this smile. (Actual Enhance Dental patient)
Dr Joseph Paino explains “Unlike a porcelain veneer, a porcelain crown wraps around the entire tooth including the front and back surfaces. This is highly beneficial if the health of your tooth is compromised. Enhance Dental is proud to be at the forefront of porcelain crown technology”.
Porcelain crowns can dramatically improve the appearance, function and strength of your tooth and help it last lifelong. Porcelain crowns usually last decades with proper care and good oral hygiene.
For an informative consultation regarding your individual needs about porcelain crowns including a tailored treatment plan, call our highly skilled and caring team at Enhance Dental on (03)9533-8488.
*Please note, as every situation is unique, the image shown cannot represent a guarantee of outcome. Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner. ©copyright