When bleaching and crowns are not an option, this is the ideal solution. These are porcelain covers that snap over a tooth to address issues such as chipped, cracked, or worn-down enamel. They can also cover up persistent discolorations. There is very little tooth-grinding involved.
Crowns, also known as “caps,” aid in maintaining the functionality of broken teeth. Crowns in this sense act as both restorative and cosmetic devices. They are available in zirconia, E-max, and many more.
These are the age-old removable prostheses that have recently seen many cosmetic upgrades. Featherweight, well-polished, flexible dentures blend well with remaining natural teeth to restore function and missing teeth.
Dental implants are the pinnacle of restorative and cosmetic dentistry because they offer the highest level of strength and durability with aesthetics that are similar to natural teeth. Implants are a lasting remedy for tooth loss.