Dental Crowns


A crown is a specific restoration that places a 'cap' on an existing natural tooth, or on top of a dental implant. They are often needed when a large area of decay has penetrated deep into the tooth and there is no longer sufficient tooth structure to support a simple filling. While crowns are critical for maintaining as much natural tooth structure as possible, they can also offer significant strength and cosmetic advantages.


Cosmetic Bonding


Cosmetic bonding is the use of a composite filling material to smooth out, fill in chips, gaps, or recreate tooth structure. In the right situation, the results can be impressive and can alleviate the need for a veneer.


Internal Bleaching


In some scenarios, internal bleaching can be a fantastic alternative to a crown or veneer. Not only is it less invasive, it's less expensive as well. If you've had a tooth that's had trauma or a root canal and has begun changing color, this might be the best option for you.