This technique is used to attach dental restorations such as white composite fillings, veneers, crowns, and bridges to teeth.
Attached to your existing teeth on either side of a gap, this permanent prosthetic replaces one or more missing teeth.
This is another common name for a crown.
This is a filling material for teeth and is tooth-colored to give a natural look.
A crown is a covering that helps to strengthen and reshape a damaged tooth.
This is a removable prosthetic that is used to replace some or all of the teeth missing in the upper or lower jaw.
More commonly known as gums, this is the soft tissue that surrounds the teeth.
This modification makes the teeth and smile look better by treating the "gums.”
This is a rubber-like mold of the teeth.
Acting as artificial teeth roots, these are titanium posts that are surgically embedded into the jawbone.
These are porcelain tooth restorations fabricated in a laboratory.