Crowns (also called caps) are a restoration that covers and restores teeth that have either cracked, worn down, or have a cavity or failing old filling that is too big to safely replace with a new filling. Teeth such as these are can be difficult of impossible to fill, and can be highly prone to breaking once a new filling is placed. Read more.
Implants are used to replace missing teeth. They are now the “Gold Standard” for tooth replacement. A dental implant is a metal cylinder surgically placed in the jawbone to replace the root of a missing tooth. Read more.
Dentures, or complete dentures are used when one has lost all the teeth in one or both of their jaws as a result of periodontal disease, tooth decay, or injury. Dentures not only replace the missing teeth, but also restore shape a contour to one’s face that is lost when the teeth are lost. Read more