Crowns

Provisional (Temporary) Crowns

Fabricating crowns on teeth generally requires two appointments – the first one to prepare the teeth and obtain the necessary records, and the second one to fit the final crowns. While the crowns are being made, temporary crowns are worn over the teeth. This lady is having crowns on her…

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All Ceramic Crowns

This individual has severely worn his front four teeth. A bite problem has developed and the teeth appear unaesthetic. Crowns are required to properly restore the teeth and correct the bite deficiency. All ceramic crowns were chosen due to their highly esthetic and natural appearance.          …

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All Ceramic Single Crowns

This young individual fractured her left front tooth. It was repaired with a large white filling which restored the tooth but did not provide adequate strength or esthetics. An all ceramic crown was recommended.       The all ceramic crown was fabricated in a laboratory from a mold of…

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Why Crown (Cap) a Tooth

In many cases, teeth that have had a root canal treatment will require a crown. This discolored front tooth has very little internal tooth structure remaining and requires a crown to reinforce it.         This lower molar tooth has a large fracture. Teeth such as this will…

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