Dental restorations have changed a lot over the years. Traditionally, dentists used metal restorations such as silver fillings, full coverage metal crowns, or metal crowns covered with porcelain to fix decayed or broken teeth. While metal is very strong, it is not very aesthetic. Even porcelain covered metal dental crowns tend to have an unsightly gray line at the gum line.
New advances in dental technology have allowed cosmetic dentists the ability to create long lasting restorations with much more natural looking materials. We use the latest techniques in conjunction with porcelain and composite restorative materials in order to restore the functionality of teeth in a very aesthetically pleasing way. We do not use any metal in our fillings, and we consistently strive to make restored teeth look just as nature intended. Whether you need a filling, onlay, crown or bridge, our goal is to make each tooth we restore look as though it has never been touched.