Porcelain and Zirconia Crowns
A dental crown may be needed for a variety of reasons: to protect a weak or broken tooth, to hold a dental bridge in place, or to cover up a decayed tooth, severely discolored tooth, or dental implant. Porcelain and zirconia (metal-free ceramic) crowns provide the best natural color match than any other types of crowns.
If you decide you want an extra sparkle in your teeth, beyond what regular daily brushing and routine dental cleanings can do, you may choose to get your teeth professionally whitened. Teeth whitening involves whitening the teeth beyond their natural color with a bleaching agent. Schedule a consultation today to see if teeth whitening will be effective for you.
Dental bridges bridge the gap between missing teeth. This procedure involves placing two or more crowns on the teeth on either side of the gap and false tooth/teeth in between to fill the gap. Dental bridges help restore your smile, face shape, and the ability to chew and speak properly.
Dental veneers help improve the appearance of your smile when your teeth have worn enamel, discoloration, chips, cracks, or uneven spacing or tooth alignment. This treatment involves placing a layer of tooth-colored porcelain or composite onto the surface of the tooth to protect the damaged tooth, add durability, and improve your smile.
Dental Inlays and Onlays
Dental inlays and onlays help restore large cavities that are too big to support a tooth filling, but not damaged enough for a dental crown. A dental inlay covers the center of the tooth, but when the damage is more extensive, a dental onlay, sometimes referred to as a partial crown, is used. A dental onlay covers one or more cusps (points) of the tooth or even the full biting surface of the tooth.
Dental implants are replacement tooth roots for where you have missing teeth that provide a firm foundation for permanent or removable teeth. Dental imlants are better alternatives to dental bridges and dentures because they look, feel, and function like your regular teeth, are more durable, and require no alteration of the nearby teeth in order to support the implants.
Straighten your teeth with custom-made, clear, removable plastic aligners, a more convenient and comfortable treatment to standard braces.