Dental Crowns

A healthy and pleasing smile plays a crucial role in one’s self-image and overall confidence. We understand that damaged or discoloured teeth can hinder your ability to feel confident in social situations. With dental crowns, you can elevate the aesthetics of your smile. These caps are carefully placed over damaged teeth, transforming them into a charming and radiant set of teeth you’ll be proud to show off. Your smile is our top priority, and we want to help you feel confident and beautiful. Don’t hesitate to take the first step towards the smile you deserve, get dental crowns today at Dentistry@442 in Wardle (Rochdale) and enjoy the benefits of improved self-esteem and a stunning smile!

What is a dental crown?

A dental crown is an artificial cap that covers damaged, stained or crooked teeth. They can be made from materials like porcelain, ceramic, gold, or glass. Your dentist will remove an outer layer of the damaged tooth and take a mold to ensure the perfect fit and natural look, and place a temporary crown while the permanent one is made. The permanent crown is then glued in place with dental adhesive. Follow a regular oral hygiene routine to maintain dental health and the longevity of your crown.

Why choose Dentistry@442?

Dentistry@442 located in Wardle (Rochdale) offers an award-winning smile that will undoubtedly turn heads. Our dental team comprises seasoned professionals who cater to all your dental needs while actively listening to your concerns, providing tailor-made solutions that match your preferences and budgets.

We use state-of-the-art technologies to deliver results beyond your expectations. Our affordable payment plans ensure that you can get a confidence-boosting smile without breaking the bank. Plus, we’re always available to answer any questions you may have about your treatment.

Get in touch with Dentistry@442 today and experience unparalleled service for veneers that sets us miles apart from any other dental practice.


Getting a crown is virtually a painless process from the first visit to the last. Your mouth will be numbed before any filling or fitting is done.

The discomfort is usually described as weak, dull, or cold sensitive and resolves on it’s own in about two weeks.

You only have to wait for 30 to 45 minutes after you leave your dentist’s office before eating. Just remember not to chew where your crown is even in the days following the procedure.

Besides sticky and chewy foods, you may eat to your comfort level after the aesthetic is worn off.

It’s not uncommon for your temporary tooth crown to hurt soon after your procedure. It may be sensitive to hot and cold templates, so be sure to avoid this when eating and drinking, especially for the first week.
You should brush regularly and floss carefully to keep your mouth clean
Bacteria go after what’s left of a tooth by converting sugars into acid, which eats through the enamel and results in rot and a cavity or infection underneath the crown.
Good flossing technique keeps plaque from causing issues. Floss should be threaded and moved through the space between the crown and the gumline. Regular brushing also helps clean around the crown.
Soft-bristled toothbrushes are the best choice for patients who have had veneers or crowns placed in their mouth.