Dental Crowns & Bridges


Cosmetic Dental Crowns & Bridges Caringbah

Crowns and bridges are used to restore functionality and aesthetic appearance of your teeth.

If teeth are severely damaged due to decay, sometimes you may need to perform a root canal procedure to save the natural tooth structure. After the procedure, a crown is attached over the treated tooth to protect the tooth.

Dental bridges are used to cover the gaps caused by missing teeth. A dental bridge is fixed exactly like a bridge over the two teeth on either side of the gap. It can replace one or more missing teeth.

At The Caringbah Dentists we custom design crowns and bridges that look exactly like your natural teeth and restore functionality.

cosmetic dental crowns

Natural Looking

Customized to match your teeth.

Pain Free

No pain is involved in the procedure.

Stain Resistant

Extremely resistant to stains.

Long Lasting

Dental crowns can last a lifetime.

Dental crowns

Crowns are synthetic caps that are placed on top of a tooth in order to restore its functionality and appearance, after restorative procedures such as root canal. Crown are typically used to repair and restore teeth that have decayed to a significant extent, and are just short of being extracted.

Crowns are generally made of porcelain and mimic the natural appearance of your teeth. Custom-designed dental crowns look so much like your natural teeth that people will not even be able to tell that you have had any work done on your teeth.

Porcelain is the material of choice for dental crowns, especially for the front teeth. Metal crowns, and metal and porcelain crowns are also available. Depending on your budget and aesthetic requirements, you can choose the type of crowns that are ideal for you.

Dental bridges

Dental bridges are used to replace missing teeth. A bridge is anchored in place by attaching it to the teeth on either side of the gap. Dental bridges look very natural, so no one will be able to tell just by visual inspection that you are missing your natural teeth. With proper care, a dental bridge can last you for more than 15 years.

Porcelain, porcelain and metal, and all metal are the choice of materials available for dental bridges. Discuss with our dentist to decide which type of dental bridge would be most appropriate for your needs.

To learn more about how crowns and bridges can help you with your dental issues, call our friendly team and schedule an appointment with us right away.

Call us on (02) 9525 0595 to schedule a visit.

Suite 4B, Level 1, 38 President Ave

Caringbah, NSW 2227

(02) 9525 0595

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Opening Hours

Monday : 9:00am - 7:00pm Tue - Fri : 9:00am - 5:00pm Saturday : 8:00am - 12:00pm

Appointment Booking


Due to the increasing rates of COVID-19, our priority is to protect the health and safety of our patients and the wider community. The Australian Dental Association (ADA) has advised all dental practices nationwide to move to level 2 restrictions – that is, all non-essential treatment should be postponed until 30 April.

Because of this, we will be only seeing patients on an emergency-only basis until 30 April, or until advised differently by the ADA. We will be available for phone consultations, help remotely triage emergencies and also post out prescriptions for medications and dental products. Please call if you need an emergency appointment, We will only be seeing patients who have trauma, infection or are in pain.

If you do need to attend our surgery, we have implemented additional hygiene precautions including the use of a hydrogen peroxide mouth rinse, regular disinfection of all surfaces, and hand sanitiser for mandatory use for all patients entering our premises. We will also book emergencies with a 30 minute waiting period in between patients, to maintain social distancing guidelines.

This is a difficult and uncertain time for all of us. We take our contribution to flattening the curve seriously, as well as our commitment to your safety. We are so grateful for your understanding and support.

Stay well, stay safe.
Dr Ram Nathwani, and the team at The Caringbah Dentists