Dental Crowns Sydney

Dental crowns are also described as a dental cap that is a cap covering for your teeth. The whole purpose for the crown is to protect the tooth structure as it may have gone through major dental work such as a large filling or a root canal therapy. The dental crown acts like a helmet for that tooth and shields the weakened tooth structure. It provides cover for a tooth so that no fractures are likely to occur. Considered to be a major indirect restorative treatment, the dental crown is fabricated outside the mouth and there are a few different materials to choose from for different purposes.

Save up to 30% on your dental crown with Sydney CBD Dentistry’s Dental Crown Special Offer, with prices starting from $1,450* inclusive of a 5 year warranty!** This offer only applies to CAD/CAM crowns.

  • Ivoclar Vivadent Emax Ceramic Crown – $1,450
  • Zirconia Ceramic Crown – $1,600
  • Porcelain-fused Metal Crown – $1,600
  • Full Metal Crown (Gold Crown)

Implant Crowns not included in this promotion and indicative pricing is $1,750 depending on material and component costs.

  • Ivoclar Vivadent Emax Ceramic Crown
    • 1 or 2 visits required (Case dependent, advisable by the dentist in a preliminary consultation appointment)
    • Customisable aesthetic with layering and staining (additional fee of $100)
    • Higher strength material than ceramic
    • Excellent long-term wear
  • Zirconia Ceramic Crown
    • 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
    • 2 visits necessary, as requires lab-sintering process
    • Porcelain masks the metal backing giving great aesthetic likeness to a natural tooth
    • High strength back-bone of metal prevents crack-propagation
    • Excellent long-term track record in dental researches
  • Full Metal Crown (Gold Crown)
    • Superior strength due to their 100% metal construction
    • Has superior longevity that can last for decades
    • Excellent long term data in molar/back teeth regions
    • Excellent strength
  • Typically, you will find that the average cost of Dental Crowns in and around Sydney ranges from between $1,700 to $2,500+.
  • At Sydney CBD Dentistry, we make our Dental Crowns in-house to ensure the best quality and to offer Dental Crowns in only 1 visit.
  • No impressions required; reducing the margin of error further
  • One visit, saving you time, money, and offering greater convenience.
  • No temporary Dental Crowns required, saving you money and avoiding the risk of breaking temporary Crowns
  • Our 1-visit crowns also provide the benefit of being able to see the technology in action; once the CAD/CAM system has been used to scan your tooth, the dentist will be able to custom design a crown for you and the information is transferred to the milling unit, you can then watch the dental crown being made in our high tech precision milling unit.

The material difference between our Zirconia Ceramic crown and our CEREC Emax Ceramic crown is Zirconia Ceramic is a much stronger material than Emax Ceramic. Zirconia Ceramic crown, otherwise known as Porcelain crown is a lot kinder to opposing teeth which also makes it an ideal crown material for teeth grinders. Being a stronger material it is generally used for teeth where it requires more strength such as molars and bridges. The characteristic for Zirconia Ceramic crown is acceptable, however not as aesthetic pleasing as the other material so it is less frequently used for the front teeth.

The other dental laboratory crown is Porcelain Fused Metal crown, which is made out of porcelain and metal. The porcelain material covers the metal backing, making this dental crown excellent in strength and a long term track record. The porcelain cover made in the dental laboratory makes a highly realistic aesthetic and it is great for replacing one tooth. Due to the metal backing of the crown, Porcelain Fused Metal crown helps prevent and protect further cracks on your natural teeth. Once again this Porcelain Fused Metal crown requires two visits and the dental crown cost $1,600.

To find out which crown is suitable for your case, it is best to come in for a thorough examination and consultation. The dentist will be able take some x-ray and examine the tooth structural and functional qualities. At the appointment the dentist will be able to discuss our options and provide you with a treatment plan with cost and item numbers for the dental crown.

Natural teeth are made up of pulp, dentine and enamel. Enamel being the outermost covering of the tooth is the strongest material in human body.

Although being hard and strong, enamel has a crystalline structure which can chip, break or get weakened due to various reasons like caries(decay of a tooth), large fillings (especially amalgam), injury or trauma to the tooth(like a fall /hit on the tooth), stress related grinding of teeth, age related wear and tear etc.

An artificial crown prepared and cemented over the natural existing tooth structure is usually the best solution to such conditions.

Though ceramic is the most widely used crown material, a variety of materials are available and may be more suitable for different people depending on their anatomy, lifestyle habits, diet and etc. Your dentist will be able to advise the most appropriate material type for you in your preliminary consultation.

We design our ceramic and Emax crowns in-house using modern CAD/CAM technology where 3D images of the teeth are loaded on to the SIRONA-CEREC software and crowns are milled by computer operated machines in less than 10 mins. This technology has been used on more than 8 million patients worldwide and more than 25 million ceramic restorations have been created and placed.

Not ideal. Temporary crowns may fall off and damage natural tooth structure. Also, patients may suffer sensitivity or gum recession. This is why we prefer no longer than 2 weeks from the first appointment.

*Note: Conditions apply and you must mention this website promotion when booking your appointment with us at Sydney CBD Dentistry. To speak to one of our friendly staff about the offer or more information, call (02) 8090 1105 or e-mail us at info@sydneycbddentistry.com.au for any questions that you may have. If you reach our voicemail, please leave a message and we will respond within a timely manner.

*Offer subjects to change without notice.

**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.

Item numbers: 615 for Emax Crowns; 613 for Zirconia Crowns; 618 for Porcelain Fused Metal Crowns

Dental Crown in Sydney

Directions from Australian Museum to Sydney CBD Dentistry only takes 5 minute drive. Head north on College St toward William St and continue onto Prince Albert Rd. Use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto Macquarie St then turn left onto Hunter St. Lastly, turn left onto Pitt St where our clinic is located on the left side.