Tooth Cap

Tooth Cap

A tooth cap is a dental crown which provides functional and aesthetic benefits to patients. It is a custom-made prosthesis, and it covers a damaged or decayed tooth.

Dental crowns are widely used to restore strength, shape, and appearance of teeth, ultimately improving one’s oral health and quality of life.

A tooth crown is one of the best options when covering a damaged or weakened tooth.

Crown Sydney is designed to encase the visible portion of the tooth, extending all the way to the gum line.

They are typically made from materials such as porcelain, ceramic, metal alloys, or a combination of these.

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The choice of material will depend on several factors such as: location of the tooth, aesthetic requirements, and the patient’s preferences.

What are the benefits of Dental Crowns?

  • Tooth protection

Dental crowns provide protection and support to teeth that are weakened, cracked, or extensively damaged. Since they cover the existing tooth, it will help prevent further damage and potential problems that may compromise the tooth’s durability.

  • Restore tooth’s function

A tooth cap restores the regular chewing and biting ability of the tooth without limitations or discomfort. It helps maintain proper alignment of the bite and evenly distributes chewing forces on the arch. 

  • Aesthetics

Dental crowns can match the shape, size, and colour of the existing natural teeth. This will ensure seamless blend to the surrounding dentition.

Dental crowns are versatile and can be the treatment option in various situations. They can serve as protection, or for aesthetic purposes. Here are some of the conditions where a tooth cap Sydney is recommended:

  • Extensive tooth decay 
  • Tooth fractures
  • Root canal treated tooth
  • Cosmetic enhancements


A crown tooth is a popular treatment choice in restorative and cosmetic dentistry. It provides a wide range of benefits for patients with damaged and weakened teeth. By restoring the tooth’s function and appearance, the patient can feel more at ease in performing normal mouth functions and in smiling. 

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