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Crowns are most commonly used to “cap” or entirely cover damaged or broken teeth stemming from decay, fractures, large fillings, or root canal treatment. Crowns can restore teeth to their natural size, shape, and color; they can also cover dental implants to provide tooth-like structure and function, attach to bridges to replace missing teeth, and hide malformities such as large chips or cracks, severe staining, or misaligned teeth. Crowns are made by the lab according to your tooth or implant and cemented to your tooth or implant. They add strength, restore function, and enhance beauty to your smile.

In our office, we use 3D CAD/CAM technology to produce your crown in a single visit with greater accuracy, fit, and strength (learn more).

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