Fixed Prosthodontics

Is used to restore function and aesthetics. These are permanently cemented and therefore do not require the patient to remove them for proper hygiene. To accomplish this we use our CEREC CAD/CAM technology which helps us design and fabricate the teeth. The most commonly used materials are Feldspathic Porcelain, E-max and Zirconia (ALL metal free) crowns.


A restoration fabricated in the lab that covers a portion of the tooth surface and area, therefore conserving as much tooth structure as possible.


A thin layer of material used mostly for aesthetic reasons. Can be done with minimal or no tooth preparation.

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A crown fully encompasses a tooth in order to repair the structure of a damaged tooth and/or to enhance the appearance of a damaged tooth.


A set of replacement teeth used to fill gaps caused by one or more missing teeth. The bridge is anchored onto the adjacent teeth that have been ground down. This helps replace damaged and missing teeth, prevents neighboring teeth from shifting and affecting the , and restores the missing dental structure for a stable chewing surface.