Benefits of Dental CrownsDental Crowns protect post root canal teeth. Dental Crowns will protect your tooth from further damage or decay. A Dental Crown will eliminate any pain or sensitivity related to existing tooth / teeth damage. Dental Crowns are sturdy and will allow you to eat and chew as usual. Dental Crowns blend in seamlessly with the rest of your teeth: the crowns are color-matched to your teeth, which means the crown will not stick out or look unnatural when it’s finally in place.
Porcelain Dental VeneersA veneer is a thin piece of toothlike ceramic material that can be used to improve a tooth’s appearance and shape. They’re custom-made to the shape, size, or length of the patient’s teeth in a color selected by the patient and dentist. Then bonded to the front of the teeth
They resist stains and with the light reflecting properties of natural teeth. The best part is that veneers don’t require the dentist to remove a lot of the tooth surface.
Using prepless veneers, we help patients achieve the smile they’ve always wanted.
Veneers can be used to:Dental Crowns protect post root canal teeth. Reshape your tooth Adjust tooth length Fix the appearance of tooth damage including cracks, and chips Brighten teeth without whitening Make teeth appear straighter without orthodontics Close gaps between teeth Stained and discolored teeth
Lumineers Prepless Veneers vs Traditional Teeth VeneersWith Lumineers prepless veneers, we can place the veneer over your tooth typically without altering your natural tooth structure.Regular porcelain veneers cannot be applied without shaving down a portion of your natural tooth. Our prepless veneers are so thin that they can normally be applied directly without any tooth preparation, and can still achieve the results you want.
Porcelain crownsDental porcelain crowns – also referred to as “Caps” can be sculpted to closely replicate the look of natural tooth enamel, while providing desirable strength and resilience. Porcelain crowns are an excellent choice when recreating the form and function of a damaged tooth, because a crown basically replaces the entire external portion of the tooth down to the gum level. Crowns are not limited to simply replacing the original tooth, but can be designed to create an even better esthetic appearance.
BondingDental bonding is a procedure in which a tooth-colored resin material (a durable plastic material) is applied and hardened with a special light, which ultimately "bonds" the material to the tooth to restore or improve person's smile. Bonding is a popular treatment option because it provides a successful attachment between the filling material and the tooth’s original enamel and dentin. It looks like the original tooth and functions like it as well. Direct composite bonding is used to recreate a smile in an additive manner, where little or no tooth reduction is needed. Direct bonding, is less costly than porcelain veneers and crowns and can be long-lasting with proper maintenance. Bonding is among the easiest and least expensive cosmetic dental procedure. The composite resin used in bonding can be shaped and polished to match the surrounding teeth. Most often, bonding is used for cosmetic purposes to improve the appearance of a discolored or chipped tooth. It also can be used to close spaces between teeth, to make teeth look longer or to change the shape or color of teeth.
- To repair decayed teeth (composite resins are used to fill cavities)
- To repair chipped or cracked teeth
- To improve the appearance of discolored teeth
- To close spaces between teeth
- To make teeth look longer
- To change the shape of teeth
- As a cosmetic alternative to amalgam fillings
- To protect a portion of the tooth's root that has been exposed when gums recede Dental bonding is done right in the office in typically one visit depending on the number of teeth being bonded.
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