Ceramic crowns used to restore broken down teeth. They are bonded to the tooth structure beneath and not cemented like the conventional porcelain with metal sub-structure.
Conventional way to replace a missing tooth, by using the adjacent teeth to hold the prosthetic tooth.
Prosthethic plastic teeth made when all of your own teeth are missing. Using implants can cause your dentures to be much more stabile giving you confidence to eat and smile.
Permanent prosthetic tooth root (titanium) which is surgically placed and integrated into your jawbone. Titanium is bio-compatible so your body accepts it like its your own tissue. Feels and looks just like your natural tooth.
Tooth colored ceramic restorations bonded directly to your tooth to replace the missing tooth taken by decay. Lab fabricated and durable.