A dental crown (or cap) encases the entire visible portion of a tooth. In effect, the crown acts as the tooth's new outer surface.A dental crown is used when a tooth is broken or decayed to such an extent that fillings aren't able to repair the problem. The crown is able to provide a protective shell around the damaged or decayed tooth to strengthen it, as well as to improve the appearance of the tooth. They can also help restore a tooth to it's original shape, are used commonly for teeth that have been broken. While crowns come in different materials, the most common crowns typically have some mixture of porcelain in them to give them a look and feel similar to a natural tooth.
To learn more about crowns visit our procedures page.
Case 1 (Complex Full Mouth Rehabilitation)
Case 2 (Multiple Individual Crowns)
Case 3 (Porcelain Fused to Gold Bridge)
Case 4 (Porcelain Fused to Zirconium)
Case 5 (4 Anterior Porcelain Crowns)