dental crowns in dubai

Dental Crowns in Dubai

Restore and improve your smile with Dental Crowns

Dental crowns are “caps” that are placed above the damaged tooth or teeth. The purpose of crown placement is to preserve the shape of the tooth while restoring its aesthetic function. We are equipped with different types of dental crowns like resin, porcelain, metal alloys, ceramic, and zirconia crown.

Achieve Perfection for your Imperfect teeth

Benefits of Dental Crowns

Replace Dental Filling

They help to replace large cavities in the teeth, that cannot be covered with dental fillings

Improve smile aesthetics

By preventing misalignment or crooked teeth, dental crowns help to enhance your smile

Prevents fracturing of the teeth

Since dental crowns help strengthen the teeth, they can prevent adjacent teeth from fracture or decay

Protect Weak Tooth

With the help of dental bridges and crowns, you can protect your weak teeth from chipping or breaking


Dental crowns can aid to cover a poorly shaped tooth or dental implant

Prevent Periodontal Diseases

Dental crowns help protect your weak teeth from gum diseases and other infections your dental health

Protect your teeth from Infections

Are Dental Crowns really necessary?

Risk of teeth infections

Unlike broken bones which can heal over time, a broken tooth cannot heal, and thus, require immediate intervention of dental care. A dental crown helps prevent further breakage or infection of the tooth.

Widespread decay of the teeth

If a decayed tooth is not treated and covered with a dental crown in time, then it can lead to a widespread decay of the neighbouring teeth. the bacteria from the decay can also affect other areas of the mouth.

Weakened structure of the teeth

If the dental fillings get old, they may break out. A crack in the same tooth can also cause this issue. This adds stress to the tooth, weakens its structure, and makes it incapable of supporting a new filling.

Our prosthodontists at Dr. Michael’s Dental Clinic are proficient in providing top-quality dental crowns in Dubai. With our help, you can preserve your natural teeth, and maintain solid dental hygiene; all at the same time. Our porcelain crowns give you the look of a natural tooth.

Along with dental crowns, some people may require dental bridges in their orthodontic restorative treatment. We provide the best possible solutions for the same. By employing a combination of our dental bridges and crowns, you will be able to achieve a lasting beautiful smile.

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Types of Dental Crowns

Metal Crowns

Our dentists highly recommend the usage of metal crowns. This is because they are highly durable and relatively thin on the tooth structure. You can select from a variety of dental crowns such as gold alloys, nickel, chromium, and palladium.

Porcelain & Metal (PFM)

PFM or porcelain fused metal is a combination of dental crowns that are used to provide you with a virtually discreet look. The porcelain crown covers the surface area of the tooth, giving the crown a natural and tooth-like appearance, and metal is placed on the underside of the crown.

Resin Crowns

These crowns are a combination of resin and plastic, and they can be easily matched to fit the natural colours of your teeth. However, in comparison to other dental crowns, resin crowns can last only up to 3 years, due to weak material composition.

Zirconia Crowns

In cases of severely damaged, stained, or disfigured teeth, our orthodontists highly recommend the use of zirconia crowns or ceramic crowns. This is because, since zirconia crowns are composed of ceramic alone, they can provide dual function i.e., improve the appearance of your teeth, and have solid durability.

Stainless Steel Crowns

Stainless steel crowns are the most common type of dental crowns used by dentists. They are placed on the tooth as a mode of temporary preventive measures. These crowns help prevent the damaged tooth from affecting other areas of your teeth.

Dental Crowns Before and After


Procedure for Dental Crowns

  • Initial diagnosis

    The dentist will initially examine your teeth using either dental scanners or X-ray imaging. Along with analyzing the health of your teeth and gums, they will also assess the pulp and bone of your tooth.

  • Administering the Anaesthesia

    Since this is a form of dental implant surgery, you may be provided with local anesthesia, to numb the area of the orthodontic treatment.

  • Obtaining Digital Impressions

    Using digital impression systems, a 3D model of the dental crown is created. Also, the dentist will make sure that the crown matches the color and shape of your natural teeth.

  • Placement of the temporary crown

    A temporary crown is placed over the damaged tooth for a few weeks until the permanent crown is made. (Here, you can select the materials you want to add to your custom crown like porcelain, ceramic, etc).

  •  Placement & Polishing

    Once the permanent dental crown has been prepared, the dentist positions it to fit perfectly over your tooth. Finally, the treatment is completed by polishing your teeth.

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Most frequently asked questions

Since dental crowns are of different types, and can be composed of unique materials, the price for the same is subjective to your dental needs and preferences.

While the longevity of dental crowns depends solely on your oral hygiene and dietary habits, they can generally last between 10 to 20 years while the longevity of dental crowns depends solely on your oral hygiene and dietary habits, they can generally last between 10 to 20 years

Yes. Your dental crown may be at the risk for damage if your oral hygiene is poor. The exposed part of the crowned tooth can easily get infected by bacteria, leading to tooth decay

No. since dental crowns are artificial teeth, they cannot get affected by teeth whitening treatments. These cosmetic dental treatments can only whiten your natural teeth. Hence, our dentists suggest you get your teeth whitened before commencing the dental crown treatment.

this depends on the size of the cavity encompassing your tooth. If the cavity is small, then fillings will suffice the dental need. However, if the cavity is huge, then you may require a dental crown.

No. Since the orthodontist numbs the procedure site before placing the crown, you will have a virtually painless treatment.

Temporary crowns are placed as a makeshift solution in the orthodontic treatment, i.e., while the patient waits for their fixed dental crown to be prepared.

Permanent crowns are dental implant that is placed over the tooth to restore its aesthetic and bite function of the teeth. These crowns help protect the enamel of cracked teeth.

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