Natural Looking Crowns & Bridges
How many times have you looked at someone and noticed something wrong with their teeth? Perhaps they look too big, too white, or that they just don't look real? Or, maybe a thin, dark black line near their gum tissue gave it away that they're wearing a false tooth.
Dr. Gulizio and Dr. Cordoves were required to fabricate several porcelain crown restorations during post-graduate training, enabling them to articulate specific directions to laboratory technicians in private practice so that the proper restoration is chosen for your particular situation to guarantee superior esthetic and functional results.
An "all-ceramic" crown is an artificial tooth replacement made entirely of ceramic. There are several types of ceramic crowns available the decision to place a ceramic crown in your mouth is based on the following:
- Translucency of natural teeth
- Location of tooth to be crowned
- Presence of parafunction (grinding or clenching)
- Amount of remaining tooth structure to be crowned
- Presence of implant and its associated abutment