These cracked porcelain crowns were replaced with new crowns all in one visit with our CAD/CAM system.
Damaged or Worn Teeth
Severe wear and erosion, often caused by aggressive brushing and acids in the mouth, usually involves extensive restoration of most or all teeth--in this case, with porcelain crowns.
Discolored Teeth or Restorations
Heavy staining of an old veneer and the dark rim of an old porcelain/metal crown can be improved with a new porcelain veneer and a new all porcelain crown.
Leaky Old Fillings
Leaky, old silver fillings can be replaced with tooth-colored, bonded composite fillings.
Missing and broken teeth can be restored with a bridge and crowns to create a smile that's like new!
Spaces or Crowding
Spaces between front teeth can be closed using porcelain veneers.
This patient had a porcelain/metal crown on her front tooth that was too long and the wrong color, and a stained old filling on the tooth next to it. The crown was replaced with a new all-porcelain crown, and the filling was redone to bring harmony to her smile.
Complex Needs Case
Crooked, crowded teeth tend to wear unevenly. For this patient, the crowding was fixed using braces. The stained old restorations on her front teeth and the worn areas were restored using new bonded composites for a beautiful result.