Porcelain Crowns

Before Porcelain Crowns
After Porcelain Crowns
When a tooth is cracked, decayed, or damaged, a dental crown may need to be fitted onto the tooth. A dental crown is a permanent covering that fits over the original tooth. Crowns can be made of porcelain, gold or a combination of both materials. Porcelain crowns typically have the most realistic appearance, although they tend to be less durable than other materials when used on your back molars. Dental crowns can whiten, reshape and realign existing teeth, adding to a healthy and vibrant smile.

Additional Case Gallery

Case 1

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Ben fractured his front tooth and needed the old white filling replaced before his wedding.
We fabricated a crown to match the other front teeth.

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Case 2

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Vail was interested in brightening her teeth and replacing some of her older dentistry.
We first bleached the teeth, replaced older fillings on the lower and placed nine porcelain crowns on the upper.

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Case 3

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Joe was hit by a deflected tool at his work. We fabricated three porcelain crowns to match his other front teeth.

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Case 4

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Sally was interested in improving her smile. We placed multiple white fillings and five porcelain crowns.

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Case 5

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Sue had her older crown work replaced with the modern all porcelain crowns.

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Case 6

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Gordon feels like a million with his smile.

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Case 7

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Steve first bleached his teeth, then replaced the older two crowns with new ones.

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Case 8

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Barb realigned her teeth with modern all porcelain crowns giving her an attractive youthful smile.

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