Dental Crowns and Dental Bridges

North Sydney Dental Care Website Special: Save 40% off single-visit Dental Crowns* Now Only $1,190 each.

For the benefit of our patients, we are pleased to offer 1 visit Dental Crown procedures, saving you time and offering you the best convenience. This offer only applies to CAD/CAM ceramic crowns.

For the above Special, we offer Dental Crowns from only $1,190 each*, with a 5 Year Limited Warranty ** Using latest CAD/CAM technology to make the Dental Crown to be fitted in a SINGLE VISIT. These are high quality as they are designed and made in-house by our Dentists. No need to wear temporary crowns and take 2 visits as with normal procedures.

Offer subjects to change or update without notice

North Sydney Dental Care 5 Year Limited Warranty

The dental crowns we offer in our practices include:

GC Cerasmart/Vita Enamic Hybrid Ceramic Crown - $1,190

  • Single-visit
  • Characterisation for additional fee of $50
  • Can be used anywhere in the mouth where biting force is not excessive
  • Can be repaired with normal filling materials
  • Kinder to opposing teeth for grinders

Ivoclar Vivadent Emax Ceramic Crown - $1,290

  • Single-visit or 2 visit depending on the situation, as ceramic requires furnacing/baking.
  • Customisable aesthetic with layering and staining (additional fee of $100)
  • Can be used anywhere in the mouth
  • Excellent long-term track record in dental researches

Zirconia Ceramic Crown - $1,450

  • 2 visits necessary, as requires lab-sintering process
  • Acceptable aesthetic, less frequently used in front teeth
  • Highest strength in dental ceramics, can be used in any situation where strength is required, including bridges
  • Kinder to opposing teeth for grinders
  • Excellent long-term track record in dental researches

Porcelain-fused Metal Crown - $1,450

  • 2 visits necessary, as requires lab-sintering process
  • Acceptable aesthetic
  • High strength back-bone of metal prevents crack-propagation
  • Excellent long-term track record in dental researches
  • An initial consultation may be required.

*Note: Conditions apply and you must mention this website promotion when booking your appointment with us at North Sydney Dentistry.

**5 Year Limited Warranty key conditions: 1. Patient has to retain their receipt, 2. have twice a year routine 6 monthly dental check-up and cleans at any of our practice location during the warranty period. The warranty will cover for a free replacement of the same Dental Crown restoration if it failed due mechanical failures only, such as fractures or de-bonds. The warranty however, does not extend to trauma/accident related failures, dental decays, gum diseases, or a need for root canal therapy otherwise recommended by the treating dentist prior to the commencement of treatment.

To speak to one of our friendly staff about the offer, call (02) 8090 1108 or e-mail us at info@northsydneydentistry.com.au for any questions that you may have. We will respond to all e-mails and Voicemails within 1-2 business hours.

Implant Crowns not included in this promotion and indicative pricing is $1490-1790 depending on material and component costs.

Offer subject to change or update without notice.

If you would like to take advantage of this offer, simply mention the above special offer when you call us.

We also have a second location at Hornsby. The above offer and conditions also applies there. If you would like to visit Hornsby, please call (02) 8090 1108, or e-mail us at info@northsydneydentistry.com.au for any questions. Feel free to visit our website at: www.northsydneydentistry.com.au.

We present a range of options for you to choose which treatment option you would like to select.

Key facts about Dental Crowns:

Typically, you will find that the average cost of Dental Crowns in Sydney ranges from between $1,500 to $2,300+.
Most dental practices require 2 visits, and for cheap crown options, some also use offshore dental labs in China to make the Dental Crowns to reduce the cost (likely at the expense of quality).
At North Sydney Dentistry, we make our Dental Crowns in-house to ensure quality and to offer Dental Crowns in only 1 visit. This has the benefit of saving you both time and money. You will also find it an interesting process, as your Dentist at North Sydney Dentistry shows you the process of designing your dental crown and then watch the dental crown being made in our high tech precision milling unit.
Please take a quick look at the rest of this page below to find out more about Dental Crowns and how we make the crowns in-house at North Sydney Dentistry. If you have any questions, please feel free to speak with one of the friendly North Sydney Dentistry team on 8090 1108 or email us at info@northsydneydentistry.com.au for any questions and we will respond to you within 2 business hours.

Advanced Dental Crown Technology Equipment at North Sydney Dentistry:

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What is a dental crown?

Our teeth go through large amounts of stress due to trauma, heavy clenching and grinding. Over time this stress causes our teeth to weaken and greatly increasing the chances of fractures. In order to prevent these fractures dental crowns or onlay are often advised by dentists. Dental crowns cover the entire outer surface whereas the onlay covers only where the fractures are. These types of restoration processors improve both the aesthetics and the natural function of the tooth. The restoration protects the tooth structure from fracture using high strength dental ceramics.

Should I get a Dental Crown?

At North Sydney Dentistry a crown is only suggested to a patient when one of our expert dentists has extensively examined your mouth and is convinced that certain teeth have a high probability of fractures or damage. Patients will be advised as to the best course of action as each individual case is different. All recommendations are made in the best interests of our patients and will be clearly explained and discussed with you before any treatment proceeds. We consider ourselves to be conservative dentists and all restorative options will be discussed.

A crown is a dental restoration that encapsulates a tooth, giving patients the protection against many of the harmful agents we place in our mouth on a daily basis. Extreme temperatures (hot and cold), hard or tough foods, or acidic fruits and drinks damage our teeth overtime. If you experience sensitivity or discomfort a dental crown may be the answer to your problems. However, they are not inexpensive; we believe that cost should not stop patients from protecting their teeth or from enjoying the finer things in life. This is why we provide this service at a reasonable rate as recommended by the Australian Dental Association median dental fees. We proudly offer some of the best pricing in the north Sydney area.

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Example of a Crown

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Dental Crowns

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SINGLE-VISIT CERAMIC RESTORATION/CROWN

These are the 3 key steps for how we make Dental Crowns in-house at North Sydney Dentistry:

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We utilise CAD-CAM (computer-aided-design, computer-aided-manufacturing) technology to scan a tooth, design its restoration, and mill it with a high-precision milling machine. The technology is now widely used in dental labs to produce precision-fit, aesthetic dental restorations.

The Dental Technology that we use offers high precision scan with accuracy in the microns!

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Computer-aided-design/CAD crown, with immediate modification available

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North Sydney Dental Crowns Design

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Dental Veneers

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If you need a dental crown, feel free to contact us to receive quality treatment using the best and latest dental technology. Our Dental Crowns are designed by your dentist and you can participate in the process. The Dental Crown is milled from high-strength dental ceramics traditionally only made available to dental technicians.
Single-visit crown and ceramic restoration means that you will not have to live with temporary crowns that pop off, or 2 injections. It is literally ‘done and done’ right in front of you. This technology can also be used for cosmetic dental veneers.

Dental Bridges or Fixed partial denture

Dental Bridges are a fixed option to restore a missing tooth. The procedure is used in similar circumstances to a removable partial denture (plates). The advantage of a bridge is that it is cemented in place and does not need to be removed. During the treatment, the abutment teeth are reduced with a crown preparation to allow for the high strength framework material and veneering ceramic to be put in place. This dental restoration procedure is an alternative option to replace a missing tooth when a patient is not a suitable candidate for either a surgical implant or removable dentures.

Dental Bridge Illustration

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If you are still unsure on which option is right for you, please contact us on 8090 1108 or email us at info@northsydneydentistry.com.au  to speak with a member of our expert dental team.
**5 Year Limited Warranty: Our 5 year limited warranty period only applies for patients who return for twice a year routine check-up and dental cleaning at our practices throughout the life of the warranty period. Applies only to damage caused to Dental Crown.
More on Dental Crowns

What are Dental Crowns?

Dental Crowns are used to repair teeth that have been worn down due to grinding, an improper bite, age, fillings and tooth decay. When the entire surface of a tooth is a problem, but the root system is intact, a crown may be suggested. They cover the surface of the affected tooth, adding strength, durability and stability. There are different types of crowns which are made of different material. Ask one of our friendly dentists at North Sydney Dental Care about which option best suits you.

How long do crowns last?

Crowns generally last for about 10-15 years. However, many patients will have their crowns for a lifetime. Crowns need to be replaced when they have chipped or broken. Proper oral hygiene is important in helping you maintain your crowns.
How long is the process for making crowns? Typically 2 visits but we are able to do this in a single visit.
Crowns usually require two separate visits. Upon the initial visit, the dentist will examine the tooth, take x-rays to check for cavities and the structure of the tooth root. We have the equipment in house to make dental crowns in-house in one visit. A local anaesthetic is given and then tooth is filed down and reshaped. Then, the dentist will take impressions of the tooth which are then sent off to the dental laboratory, where the crowns are custom-crafted. This will take up to a week. During this time, you would have a temporary crown fitted. Upon your second visit, you will have your crown permanently cemented in place if the crown fits. –> To avoid this inconvenience of having 2 visits, ask us about our single visit dental crown procedure which will provide you with the best convenience.

Does it hurt to have teeth prepared for crowns?

Tooth preparation can cause sensitivity and soreness. However, some people experience no pain at all, depending on how close the surface of the tooth is to the nerve. A local anaesthetic is given during this time.
Can crowns be made to match the surrounding teeth?
Yes. During the preparation process, the dentist will colour-match your new crowns to the surrounding teeth so they blend in naturally. If you plan to have your teeth whitened, this should be done beforehand as crowns cannot be whitened. If your existing crowns are very old and discoloured, they would need to be replaced with new crowns for the colour you want.