Crown or Dental Bridge

In need of a Crown or Dental Bridge?

There are many reasons why someone may require dental crowns or bridges. Dental issues can be painful, make eating difficult, cause confidence issues and more. Both dental crowns and bridges are fixed prosthetic devices that can be adhered to either existing, healthy teeth or implants and can help with some common dental issues. If you’ve been seeking a dentist for dental crowns and bridges Logan you’ve come to the right place! Following we will provide a brief overview of why one might require these and how we here at Crestmead Dental can help with dental crowns and bridges Logan.





Dental crowns are a dental prosthetic used to cover problematic teeth. Crowns can help to treat a variety of dental issues such as:

  • Restoring cracked, worn down or chipped teeth

  • Cover stained or otherwise damaged teeth

  • Repair decaying teeth or teeth that cannot be filled

  • Cover tooth post root canal

  • Used to attach bridge when existing teeth that are not healthy enough to support a bridge

  • Cosmetic needs (restore natural tooth appearance and function)




Dental bridges are non- removeable artificial teeth that are used to replace missing teeth. They are created by combining 3 or more crown units and the ends are attached to adjacent, existing, healthy teeth. The adjacent teeth must be slightly filed down to reshape and resize them to accommodate the crown ends.





Not sure if a dental crown or bridge will help with your dental issues? That’s what Crestmead Dental is here for! Our experienced dentists can assess your dental health and recommend the dental solution best suited for your needs. We provide gentle and friendly dental care in our modern facility. For any enquiries about dental crowns and bridges Logan, get in touch with our friendly team today to book a consultation appointment.

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Dr Henry Wong is a local dental graduate, having done his studies at the University of Queensland. He has had over 20 years of practical experience, providing a wide range of services in the various fields of dentistry. He has a strong interest in Dental Implants, Orthodontics (braces and aligners) and Cosmetic Dentistry. Henry regularly attends a range of continuing education courses, and is very much up to date with his continuing professional development requirements.

Dr Henry enjoys spending time with his family and young daughter. They are often the reluctant subjects one of his other interests; photography. He likes to unwind by listening to comedy podcasts and tending to his growing collection of indoor plants.