Crowns and Bridges

Often times, a tooth requires full coverage for protection. Teeth that are missing significant tooth structure due to decay or fracture, teeth with large restorations that are beginning to break down, teeth prone to fracture as a result of previous root canal therapy, or teeth that are showing signs of cracking or breaking may require a crown. Teeth that are compromised are prone to catastrophic fracture that could lead to tooth loss if a crown is not placed to protect the tooth.

Understanding Dental Crowns

Dental crowns have a variety of applications in dentistry. In some cases, crowns may be used to anchor a bridge to replace a missing tooth or to improve the cosmetic appearance of the tooth.

Intraoral Pictures and Patient Education

Dental crowns are a common procedure in the dental office. However, we understand that choosing to have a crown is a major decision that impacts both your health and your finances. We do not take this lightly. We utilize state of the art technology, including intraoral photographs, to help you see and understand the issues and to help you make informed decisions about your health.