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Nov
11

There’s never been a more affordable time to have your teeth crowned. Here’s all you need to know.

We have to admit that we love a good browse. Particularly when it comes to browsing the magazine section of our local supermarket – even though we’ve no intention of buying any of the lightweight dross on offer.

Still, there’s something about those trashy mags that make us look at them and wonder if the people who feature in them are really living the lifestyle that they claim.

We tend to suspect that the answer is know, and that their P.R. people have a lot to do with creating the supposedly idyllic lives they live.

You only have to look at their smiles to appreciate what we mean. Most of those big, flashing smiles that look out from the pages of those magazines were never designed by nature – trust us on this one, we know what we’re talking about.

Instead, you can usually deduce that they’ve had some treatment carried out – to make sure that their smile lives up to their public image.

A treatment that’s affordable to all

And top of the list in terms of the likely treatment is the dental crown (also called a tooth crown). In recent times, tooth crown prices have dropped to such an extent that they’re well within the grasp of the ordinary man in the street – no just those celebs in the magazines.

And because dental crown cost is now so affordable, our surgery is often filled with patients who are determined to give themselves that ‘film star’ smile that they've seen on TV or in the media.

Why are they so effective?

Quite simply, a crown is fixed over the existing tooth, which is pared back to make sure that the finished job is no bigger than the original tooth. Because of this, nothing of your old tooth is visible. This means that any discolouration or any damage is completely glossed over – so you're getting a completely fresh start in terms of the life of the affected tooth.

It’s like being given a chance to start all over again – and this time of course, we’re sure you’ll do everything in your power to ensure that the crown doesn’t become damaged or yellowed.

Do I have to pay all the cost at once?

If you’d like to spread the cost of your crown – or multiple crowns – over three, six or nine months, just ask us about our 0% Dental Finance Plan. It makes it much easier than writing a single cheque, and means that you can budget more easily for that perfect smile.

And remember that the crown will last you a lifetime, so any money that you shell out can be considered as a long-term investment in your appearance your dental health and your self-image. Very few other things that you buy these days will have such a long “shelf life”.

The bottom line is that crown dental Dublin is the only thing that you need to pop into Google and you're sure to come up with MyDental.

Are we confusing you?

We like to keep our terms plain and simple but if you're ever confused, check out this useful glossary of common dental terms – courtesy of the Irish Dental Association - http://www.dentist.ie/your-oral-health/glossary-of-dental-terms.5622.html