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Crown & bridges

A broken tooth may feel like the end of the world, but we’ve got you covered. Literally. And House of Dental in Hove will soon have you smiling again.


The crown is the top of the tooth and if it gets damaged in any way, we can create an artificial one to fit on top, restoring the appearance and function of the tooth. Crowns, made from a variety of materials, can also be used to improve the appearance of discoloured or crooked teeth.

A bridge is used to replace a missing tooth with a fixed solution. There are several types of bridges but the most common is by crowning the teeth either side of the gap and joining them together with a solid crown in the space. Fewer bridges are made these days because of the advantages of implants but in some instances they may be the preferred option.

To ensure the crowns & bridges fits perfectly, your dentist will take a digital 3D scan to make an impression of the existing tooth. This helps to create a crown that will fit precisely and be unnoticeable among its neighbours.

As a digital dentistry practice, our team effortlessly combines the latest techniques with the most current technology to ensure your experience is seamless and as pain-free as possible.

We know the importance of your smile which is why the crown will match your other teeth in both shade and shape. The materials used are always the best in the market, supported by research and evidence.

Talk to us to see if this is the right treatment for you.

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Dental onlays and inlays

At House of Dental in Hove, we use the latest technology and techniques to find solutions that give you a beautiful smile. That’s why, if decay has already set in and caused damage to your tooth, a filling may not be sufficient.

The alternative would be to cover the damage to restore your tooth to its former state by using an onlay or inlay. These are an option that fall between a small filling and a crown. They will also stop decay before it develops into something more serious.

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Why may I need a crown?

You are likely to need a crown if there’s no longer enough healthy tooth tissue to hold a filling. A crown can be used as the final stage following root canal treatment and is often the best way of protecting the tooth.

How long will a crown last?

Depending on your habits, lifestyle, and oral care routine, a permanent crown can last between five and 15 years.

What is a bridge?

A bridge is made up of two or more crowns that fit to teeth on either side of the gap to secure the tooth. It can reduce the susceptibility of decay or gum disease.

What is the difference between an onlay and an inlay?

An onlay is similar to, but not quite, a crown as it covers a small proportion of the damaged tooth and is created from a single, solid composite material. The inlay, however, is more like a traditional filling but is used when the cavity is larger.

When would I need an onlay or inlay?

Larger cavities are best treated with inlays and onlays, as a filling would not be sufficient to repair or manage the damage. This often happens with back teeth which are particularly vulnerable to developing cavities.


Zirconium/Emax crown

From £845

Porcelain bonded to gold crown

From £845

Full gold crown

From £845

Porcelain Veneers

From £750

Gold Inlay

From £750

Re-cementing a crown/inlay

From £85

Re-cementing a bridge

From £130

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