Sometimes there’s just too much tooth structure missing whether from a cavity, fracture, or a large old filling. In these cases, our doctors will recommend that the tooth have a crown.

Dental Technician Preparing Ceramic Tooth Crown. Prosthetic Dentistry.

Crowns go over the outside of a fractured, broken, or decayed tooth to protect what’s left and ensure the long-term survival of that tooth. Our doctors are experts at restoring a broken tooth and blending it into your existing smile so it looks like it’s always been there.

Do you have a decayed, damaged, or missing tooth? 

If so, you may want to consider our porcelain crown services. Porcelain crowns play an essential role in cosmetic dentistry and are sometimes the best and only option when it comes to fixing your teeth. 

What is a crown?

Crowns are commonly used to return natural function and appearance to a badly decayed or damaged tooth. Often termed a “cap”, these beneficial devices help protect the damaged tooth, prevent any further damage or decay, and provide an esthetically pleasing solution to what may have previously been an unsightly, perhaps unattractive area. 

Why do you use porcelain crowns?

We use porcelain crowns because they provide a more natural look to your smile, creating more of a realistic flow and blend than traditional crown technology. Porcelain crowns appear extremely similar to your natural teeth in terms of both color and texture, making them difficult to identify and pick out from the rest. Our doctors and staff are trained to match your new crown or bridge to your existing teeth for the most esthetic and natural-looking final result possible. We no longer use the traditional porcelain fused to metal crowns that leave a black line along the gum line.

Will a crown fix my smile?

We offer our patients high-quality porcelain crowns that transform the way they feel about their teeth. Our doctors and their friendly, well-trained staff work hard to maximize your comfort, helping you feel relaxed, as we provide you with unbeatable dental care that fits your budget. Our crown treatments are designed to be as pain-free as possible, and our biggest desire is to see you satisfied with your smile!

Your oral health, freedom, and peace of mind are important to us, and we hope that you consider us for your next porcelain crown treatment. Contact us today to schedule an appointment!

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