Dental Crowns & Bridges

Our crowns and bridges can restore damaged teeth to something even better than new. With their natural appearance and strong foundation, you can look forward to beautiful teeth and a confident smile!


A crown, sometimes called a dental cap, is a type of restorative dentistry that covers the protruding part of your tooth. This can be an excellent solution for teeth that are discolored or have been badly worn down or otherwise damaged.

We are proud to be able to offer a great innovation in dental technology: all-ceramic, non-metal crowns. The ceramic in these crowns make for a durable material that can also closely match the natural color of your teeth.

We choose to use metal-free crowns because we value our clients’ health above anything else. Crowns with metal often contain mercury. This mercury can get into the bloodstream and cause serious health problems. With our porcelain crowns, you won’t have to worry about your dental treatment negatively affecting your overall health.


A bridge is a customized dental device that anchors to neighboring teeth while it replaces one or more missing teeth in the middle. Bridges are a great option for people who are struggling with missing and damaged teeth because the anchor teeth on either side of the bridge are generally given crowns.

Just like our tooth implants, these dental bridges have the potential to improve your quality of life. Replacing missing teeth leads to easier eating, better oral health, and more self-confidence. They can even help restore the natural shape of your jaw and make speaking easier!

In-Lays and On-Lays

If the chewing surface of your tooth has been damaged by decay or injury, we may be able to repair it with an in-lay or an on-lay. The difference between the two lies in the location of the damage. Either way, we can restore the functionality and strength of your tooth with a biocompatible material.

Call Our Office Today!

Contact us today to schedule an appointment or if you think you could benefit from crowns or bridges!