Benefits of

Dental Crown


Protect Weakened Teeth

Restore Chewing Ability

Improve Teeth’s Aesthetic

Preserve Tooth Structure

Address Various Dental Issues

Provide Natural Comfort

Dental Crown

Restore Protect Naturalize

Your Teeth

What is the Dental Crown treatment?

A dental crown, also called a cap, fully covers damaged or severely chipped teeth. It’s commonly used for tooth restoration.

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Dental Crown Before and After

This is a great place for dental care. The environment here is very comfortable and patient-friendly. The team at Sydney Dental is friendly and professional, always prioritizing patient comfort. They are friendly, experienced, and flexible. This is a place you should visit if you have dental problems.

Vanessa Walter

My teeth were not in good shape because of cavities, and I went to several dentists who all said I needed to have them pulled out and replaced with implants, which made me really scared. But then I saw Dr. Thai Hoa from Sydney Dental in Vietnam. She said I only needed Dental Crowns to protect my teeth, and implants were only for teeth that were too damaged to save. Right now, I’m really happy with my teeth and my smile.

Liam Smith

At Sydney Dental, I had really good treatment for my teeth. Before I came here, I was really scared of dentists. But Dr. Hai treated my pain so well that I wouldn’t mind coming back. The weak teeth and the dental crown he put on were done really well, and I can eat and smile again. Thanks a lot for being so kind and warm.

Gary Simmons

How do you know if you need a dental crown?

A week or cracked tooth

A crown can protect weak or loose teeth from damage and stabilize cracked teeth.

A worn down or damaged

Crowns provide support and strength to a tooth that is broken or worn-down.

Severe tooth decay

If your tooth decay is advanced, a filling may not be appropriate due to insufficient remaining tooth structure. In such cases, a crown is necessary to strengthen the tooth and prevent additional damage.

A dental implant that needs to be covered or restored

A dental implant needing extra care, like getting a crown or restoring function, suggests it needs more dental work for appearance or function.

Severely discoloured or misshapen teeth

Crowns are applied to teeth for cosmetic purposes.

Undergone root canal therapy

Root canal therapy is a dental procedure that removes infected or damaged pulp from the tooth, then fills and seals the root canal to prevent further infection and save the tooth.

Dental crown procedure: what’s involved?

Typically, two appointments are required for crown preparation and fitting. In the first visit, the dentist removes weakened parts of the tooth and prepares it to support the crown.



Your dentist will take an impression and place a temporary crown, custom-made by a lab technician following their instructions. If the crown is visible, they’ll match its color to surrounding teeth for a natural appearance.



At the second visit, your dentist replaces the temporary crown with the new one, cementing it securely for a comfortable fit with your other teeth.



What are tooth crowns made from?

Tooth caps (crowns) can be made from various materials, depending on the location in your mouth where they are fitted.


Porcelain crowns mimic natural teeth and are preferred for front teeth or in cases of metal allergies.

Zirconia (ceramic crown)

Zirconia, a strong ceramic material, can be made thin, preserving more natural tooth structure. It’s commonly used for back teeth due to its opaque appearance.

Metal alloy (silver tooth caps)

Crowns made from metal alloys, like nickel, palladium, and chromium, are durable, resistant to wear, and require minimal removal of natural tooth. They’re often used for hidden teeth due to their less aesthetic appeal compared to porcelain or ceramic.

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