What is it?

A crown is a protective shell made for a tooth to help strengthen it.
It can also be used to improve the appearance.
It can be made of several different materials including

Is it painful?

No the whole procedure is done under local anaesthetic and should be completely painless throughout.

Will you drill my tooth down to a peg?

No, though we do need to do some preparation. Because we use very highly skilled technicians not available with NHS treatments we can prepare the tooth to a minimal extent as we know that the technicians doing our crown work to a very fine margin.

Is it expensive?

Although a crown may seem costly they can be a wise investment that will give many years of good service. It will also improve your appearance and bite. A crown uses the considerable skill of the dentist and technician, and in this way, it’s similar to ordering a piece of hand-made jewelry.

Why us?

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The whole team at wood lane has made me feel so welcome. However my dentist is a genius. My teeth feel better than they have felt in years. His kindness and patience seem unending. I have already made the rest of my family sign up with the practice.

The practice was recommended to me by a relative and though I live some distance away I would travel twice the distance to keep seeing my dentist. He always explains everything he does and makes the whole experience pain free and dare I say even pleasant. He has a lovely team behind him which only adds to my pleasure at being a patient at this practice.

This is one of the best dental practices that I have ever been to. Me and my whole family now use the wood lane practice, and all of us are very pleased with the service that we frequently recieve!

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