Crown and Bonding Used to Restore Broken Teeth
Crown Used to Restore Molar with Root Canal Treatment and Large Amalgam
Molars that have root canal treatment loose strength and are prone to fracturing, specially when a large filling is present. The above molar had root canal treatment and the silver removed, was built up internally with a composite and a porcelain crown placed over. The molar behind had a bonding.
Porcelain Crown Used to Restore Molar with Large Defective Filling
When a posterior tooth has a large and/or defective filling it should ideally be restored with a porcelain crown to make it stronger and prevent it from breaking.
Unesthetic porcelain to metal bridge replaced with an All Porcelain Bridge
Old fixed bridges that have unesthetic margins or unsightly porcelain color can be replaced with an all porcelain fixed bridge to improve the looks dramatically
Fixed Bridge with Unesthetic Margins Replaced with New Porcelain Bridge
Unesthetic margins occur when a medium or hard toothbrush is used and with harsh brushing. Always use a soft toothbrush and gentle, thorough strokes.
Unesthetic Crowns Replaced with New Zirconia + Porcelain Crowns
Crowns with dark unesthetic or open margins and uneven size can be replaced with zirconia + porcelain crowns.
Weak Molar Restored with Porcelain Crown
Old, large silver filling and enamel fracture lines place this molar at risk for breaking. A porcelain crown strengthens the molar making it less like likely to fracture and much more cosmetic.
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