Veneers, Crowns & Bridges

Crowns are placed to protect teeth with extensive damage when a filling does not suffice.  Each crown made is customized to your tooth only, and specifically designed by a lab technician to match the shape and size of your other teeth.  With several types of crowns available, we will explain the advantages/disadvantages of each kind, and help you choose one that is right for you.  

Veneers are also an option to immediately create a beautiful, natural looking smile.  Veneers are created by minimally shaping the front portion of a tooth to allow enough room for the veneer to be bonded to the tooth.

Crowns can also be used to "bridge" the gap between one or more missing teeth.  Bridges are also fully customizable to match your other teeth, and are a great, affordable option to restore missing teeth.  

Veneers, crowns, and bridges are permanently placed, and are only replaced if they are loose, fall off, or have new cavities forming around them.  To prolong the longevity of them, practice excellent oral hygiene habits and make sure to keep up with regular routine check-ups and cleanings.  


  Veneers

Veneers


  Crown

Crown


  Bridge

Bridge