Quality Dental Restorations for Damaged or Missing Teeth

At Dana Street Dental, we want all our patients to feel great about their smile and achieve their best oral health possible. Our experienced Ballarat dentists can offer you a range of cosmetic dentistry services tailored to your smile goals.

To improve the appearance and function of a tooth whilst also restoring its structure, our dentists may recommend a dental crown. If you have a missing tooth that has left a gap in your smile, a dental bridge may be a suitable treatment option for you to consider.

Crowns and bridges are prosthetic devices custom made from porcelain. Our dentists use them to restore damaged, weakened teeth or replace missing teeth. They are durable, long-lasting and natural-looking.

If you’re after the highest quality crowns and bridges Ballarat has to offer, you’re in the right place. Don’t suffer in discomfort without being able to eat, speak or smile confidently. Our friendly and knowledgeable dental team are here to help you.

Do I Need A Crown?

A consultation with one of our dentists will help determine the best treatment pathway for you. However, our dentists often recommend a dental crown as a stand-alone treatment or part of a smile makeover for patients who have:
Dental crowns are also used to anchor a bridge and complete a dental implant.
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The Process for Getting a Crown

From your initial consultation to having your dental crown complete, you can expect to need two or three appointments. The exact procedure may differ slightly from one patient to another; however, this is what the process for getting a crown generally looks like:

The Process for Getting a Bridge

Getting a dental bridge usually takes two or three appointments. The procedure may vary from case to case; however, you can expect the process to look something like this:

Taking Care of Your Crown or Bridge

Modern dentistry techniques and the quality of modern prosthetic materials our dentists use for crowns and bridges mean that they tend to last a long time. Crowns and bridges need the same care as your natural teeth, which makes it simple.

Here are some tips for getting the longest life out of your crown or bridge: