A crown or cap is used to restore a broken or cracked tooth or multiple teeth.

Metal Free Crowns or Ceramic Crowns

With the evolution of all ceramic materials and their higher cosmetic qualities you have options! Metal free framework beneath the porcelain gives excellent aesthetic qualities to make the final restoration extremely natural looking. Additionally, the newer crowns are also made of stronger materials than their old porcelain counterparts. 

Implant Crowns

Crowns are also used to cover and complete an implant. An implant is placed in the jaw to replace the old root structure and once the implant heals and bonds to the jawbone the ceramic crown is seated over it. This is by far the best available replacement for a missing tooth (or several teeth in the form of a bridge). If Dr. Kiser recommends an implant crown or a bridge it is because there is no other way to restore the tooth. It is not an inexpensive option, and we know that most insurance plans only a portion of the costs, but the cost of losing the tooth is far greater. Not only does it decrease your chewing surface and leave an embarrassing hole in your smile, but it also creates a space for other teeth to move into causing teeth to shift and cause even more problems.


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