Crowns are perfect way to help restore a beautiful smile, as it is used to cover teeth that are discolored or badly shaped by restoring the teeth to a normal color, shape, & size. A crown can help strengthen a tooth with a large filling when there is not enough tooth remaining to hold the filling, or decay prevents a filling from being able to fix it. Crowns can also be used to protect a weak tooth from breaking especially after endodontic treatment or restore one that is already broken. 

Case A

The six upper front teeth with broken down white composite fillings that needed the protection of crowns. The six all ceramic crowns in place.

Case B

Full mouth advanced wear and erosion. 28 all ceramic crowns places to restore proper function and cosmetics.

Case C

Before - Peg or undersized lateral incisors After - Replacement of the peg lateral incisors with beautiful all ceramic crowns

Case D

Before - A large filling with recurrent decay underneath it, once the decay and filling were removed only a shell of the tooth remained and needed the protection of a crown. The tooth beside it was previously crowned, and the patient lost the crown, so it needed a new crown to replace it. After - Both teeth needed the protection of all ceramic zirconia crowns.

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