Crowns are prescribed when a tooth or teeth are too badly decayed, broken or cracked to be easily restored with a filling

Crowns are normally needed for teeth that have had root canals. Crowns are also placed on dental implants to replace missing teeth. Crowns can be made entirely of gold or porcelain fused to a gold substrate for strength and beauty. However, with new technology, crowns can be made entirely from high-strength ceramic and porcelain for beautiful cosmetic results.

With proper care, your new crown will increase your overall health and instill confidence for years to come.

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Crowns are prescribed for damaged, decayed, or broken teeth

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The tooth is prepared by eliminating surface structure

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After fabrication the crown is cemented to the prepared tooth

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Crowns restore natural beauty and health of teeth


Dental inlays and onlays are some of the strongest and most lifelike dental restorations available

After your mouth has been anesthetized we prepare the tooth in much the same way we would for a standard filling. When the tooth has been prepared to our satisfaction, an impression is made and sent to a dental lab. You will usually be required to wear a temporary filling until the restoration is fabricated. With proper care, your inlay or onlay will increase your overall health and instill confidence for years to come.

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Decayed teeth may require an inlay to restore strength and health to the natural tooth structure


The decayed portion of the tooth is removed from the sound tooth structure


An inlay is fabricated to match the look and feel of your natural teeth. This restoration often resembles a puzzle piece


In most cases the restoration will completely blend into the natural tooth structure