Crowns

Crowns - The Dentist North RydeAt North Ryde Dental Practice we implant many high quality dental crowns using only the services of local dental technician laboratories. None of our crowns or veneers are imported. Only the highest quality materials are used to improve the health and appearance of your smiles.

What are crowns used for?

Crowns are often needed for broken or fractured teeth. Once a tooth is 70 % filling, it needs a crown. Often after an endodontically treated tooth (root canal filling) , you may need a crown on top of your tooth, to protect and reinforce it.

There are many benefits of crowns; they feel like natural teeth, they match colour and texture of surrounding teeth and look authentic. They allow you to regain full dental function and are made from tough materials. Our dental crowns for North Ryde and Macquarie Park are built to last well.

A crown is a cap that fits over and around a tooth to protect it. Some tooth structure must be removed to make room for it but, once it’s cemented into position, it makes the tooth much stronger and better looking than it was before. As a protective measure, and also a cosmetic one, dental crowns are a keystone of restorative dentistry in North Ryde and Macquarie Park, and throughout the Northern Suburbs.

Contact us today and find out more! North Ryde Dental Practice is located walking distance from Macquarie Park train station. Contact us today to make an appointment with Dr Stephen de Bruyn.

A part of the Northern Suburbs of Sydney, the suburb of North Ryde was originally home to leafy market gardens and farms. But soon after being linked to the south side via the Harbour Bridge, it grew strongly. It now hosts a large residential population, along with a growing commercial centre.

Macquarie Park is part of the Northern Suburbs. Home to the grounds of Macquarie University and a large and growing business park, the suburb is gaining in importance among tech firms in New South Wales.

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