Dental crowns provide more protection and more restoration in response to larger types of damage. Big cavities that cover more than 50% of your tooth, chipped teeth, and broken teeth may require a crown. A crown covers the entire tooth and is shaped to look and function just like that tooth.
Using all-porcelain crowns, we can restore your smile while helping you maintain a more attractive, natural look. While porcelain-fused-to-metal crowns are an option, the metal layer of these crowns tends to show through the porcelain. You’ll get the best color match possible with all-porcelain crowns.
If you’re missing three or fewer teeth in a row, you can choose to replace them with a fixed bridge. A fixed bridge consists of replacement teeth anchored to remaining teeth with dental crowns. For a fixed bridge to be a viable option, your remaining teeth must be healthy enough to support the crowns and provide stable support for the bridge.
You may also want to consider dental implants as an option for tooth replacement.