Cosmetic Dental Services


Want to complete your smile with a crown? Getting a crown can also help you improve your oral health.

We're New Zealand's dental industry leaders and our competitive prices for crowns and flexible payment options could be suitable for you.

Crowns are whole tooth restorations that completely surround damaged teeth or dental implants.

Many people have crowns these days. Getting a crown fitted can significantly improve the appearance of your teeth. They help enhance your smile, while also protecting and strengthening a damaged tooth.

What are crowns?

Crowns can be used to improve your smile by changing the shape and colour of your existing teeth and also in cases to help strengthen a weakened tooth which may be heavily restored due to caries or trauma.  Crowns are most commonly made from highly strengthen porcelain and also other materials such as Gold or hardened plastic.

Between the stages of preparing a tooth for a crown and placement of the final crown, a temporary crown is cemented onto your tooth to protect it.

For treatment with a crown, your dentist will usually match the existing colour of your teeth with a porcelain tooth. Sometimes people may choose a lighter colour for cosmetic reasons. For back teeth, you may choose a number of materials ranging from porcelain and gold based on the strength, durability and cosmetic goals and needs.

Crowns offer many benefits including rebuilding and strengthening weak or broken teeth. They can also help protect your teeth after root canal treatment and can also help improve your overall oral health.

Keen to find out more? Our experienced dentists can tell you everything you need to know about crowns and recommend the best option for you based on your specific needs

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Are crowns right for you?

Need to restore your smile? After a solution to protect damaged or broken teeth? Want a long-lasting, cost-effective way to restore your smile?

Crowns can help to protect your teeth. In many cases, people get a crown to protect a weak tooth, often from decay or from breaking. They can also hold together cracks in a tooth.

Here are some of the many advantages our patients have found with crowns:

  • Improved appearance - crowns can greatly improve the look of your smile
  • So convenient - crowns are a permanent and successful dental treatment
  • Improved confidence - they can help restore your smile, helping boost your self-esteem
  • Long-lasting - With proper care and maintenance, crowns have an excellent lifespan
  • Better oral health - Crowns can be used to restore broken teeth or teeth that have been worn down, which helps to improve overall oral health

See the results

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Why choose us for crowns?

We're the industry leaders

  • Patients trust us - we're the New Zealand dentists trusted by more Kiwis than any other
  • We're convenient - we have experienced dentists offering crowns at over 95 practices at locations throughout New Zealand
  • We're affordable - we’re proud to offer crowns at a competitive price and a range of payment options to suit your needs
  • We're experienced - our dentists are highly-skilled at restorations and have been placing crowns for many years

We give our patients options

  • Happy patients - our goal is to give you choices and make your experience a positive one
  • We understand your needs - our experienced and qualified dentists listen to your concerns
  • Choose how you pay - we offer a range of pay now or pay later options
  • Visit us when it suits you - some of our practices are open extended hours for your convenience

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Have questions?

How much do crowns cost?

The cost of a crown can vary, depending on which type of crown is placed and which material is used. Crowns are usually made of porcelain but in some cases, your dentist may recommend an alternative material such as a gold crown because of its strength and durability. Your dentist will be able to give you an estimate at the consultation appointment once they have examined your teeth.