Porcelain Crowns for Strong Teeth

Have a black line by your dental crowns near the gum line?

Crowns are one of the most common restorative treatments because they are versatile and highly effective.

This non-removable prosthetic can mean the difference between losing a tooth and keeping the tooth for a lifetime.


Dental Crowns: Types, Benefits, & Treatment Options

A crown is a permanent restoration that acts as a strong covering for a tooth that has been weakened. Our crowns are created using tooth-colored porcelain.

Porcelain crowns are also used as a replacement for a missing tooth. They are specially created for each patient and can be made to match the patient’s teeth perfectly.





A variety of materials can be used to create a crown, including all porcelain, porcelain fused to gold, and all gold. The right material for the job will depend partly on the patient’s preference and partly on the purpose of the crown. For example, crowns placed on the back teeth will need to be made out of a strong material to hold up for several years of chewing.

Our dentist at Advanced Cosmetic & Family Dentistry provides our patients with crowns that are strong as well as attractive. With a high-quality crown, patients can enjoy greatly improved oral health.

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Advanced Cosmetic & Family Dentistry is committed to delivering high quality dental services using a conservative approach. We employ state-of-the-art techniques and high tech dental equipment to stay on the cutting edge of dentistry– giving you and your family the healthy, clean smile you deserve.

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