Crowns Gallery

Crowns are placed when the structure of an entire tooth is compromised or when missing teeth are replaced with fixed bridgework. The cases in the Crowns Gallery are examples of treatment that can be provided using porcelain crowns.

Crowns Gallery Case 1


This patient had four porcelain crowns placed on her front four teeth from a previous dentist due to a rollerblading accident. She was not happy with the color and she felt that they did not look very life-like. She had also chipped the tooth on the far left.


The previous crowns were removed and after two appointments the new porcelain crowns were cemented. They now have the appearance of natural teeth and a have definite lifelike quality to them, which made the patient very happy.

Crowns Gallery Case 2


Most dentists would agree that the single hardest restoration to do is a single crown on a central incisor, which is one of the two teeth in the middle.It is difficult to do because it has to match the other central. This patient had a crown placed by a previous dentist and after a few years the gum tissue receded, which exposed the margin.


The previous crown was removed, and after two appointments the new porcelain crown was cemented. The new crown matches the adjacent central incisor and they both have the appearance of natural teeth, when in fact only the one on your left is a natural tooth.

Crowns Gallery Case 3


This patient had an existing crown on the center tooth on your left that he was not happy with. It had a very dead appearance. He was also not happy with the shape, color, and appearance of the other teeth.


The previous crown was removed and at the second appointment the new porcelain crown and five porcelain veneers were cemented. The teeth are now in harmony and they look very natural. The lower teeth were cleaned and whitened before the top teeth were restored so that the color of the new top teeth would match color of the bottom teeth.

Crowns Gallery Case 4

This is another combination case involving crowns and veneers. There were old porcelain crowns on the two front teeth. The patient was not happy with the color, shape, or the length.


The treatment involved the front six teeth. The old porcelain crowns on the front two teeth were replaced with new porcelain crowns and four porcelain veneers were placed on the two teeth on either side of the front teeth. The result is very natural and very esthetic. The patient was very pleased and was no longer self-conscious of her uneven smile.

Crowns Gallery Case 5

This is an extreme close up of two porcelain crowns that were placed by a previous dentist. The patient was not happy that they were not the same length and because of the black edge near the gumline of the crown on your right.


Two new porcelain crowns were made and this is the result. As you can see, they look like natural teeth and have a much more life like quality than the old crowns.

Crowns Gallery Case 6

This patient had crowns and bridges on many teeth that had decay so they needed to be replaced. Her wish list was to improve the esthetics and the angulation.


The results rejuvenated the patient. In her words, she said, "all I have to do is open my mouth and my teeth are smiling!"

Crowns Gallery Case 7

This patient had crowns and very large fillings on almost all her top teeth. She was so unhappy with her current appearance that when asked to smile she said, "I don't have one."


The treatment involved placing ten porcelain crowns and the results are evident in the expression on her lips. The word, "smile" was back in her vocabulary.

Crowns Gallery Case 8

This patient had existing crowns on the front four teeth that were too white (yes, crowns can be too white!) and they did not fit the teeth properly, which caused the gums to swell and become red. The way crowns fit the teeth is as important as the way crowns look.


The crowns were replaced with new porcelain crowns, which are more natural and fit the teeth much better, which you can tell by looking at where the porcelain meets the gums. In cases like these, the gum tissue takes a few weeks to heal.

Crowns Gallery Case 9

This is another close up of the front four teeth. The gum tissue is healthy but the patient wanted more natural looking crowns to replace the old crowns, which were starting to show the darkness at the gum line and were too dull.


The four porcelain crowns were replaced and they had the appearance that the patient wanted, which was for them not to look like natural teeth and not like crowns.

Crowns Gallery Case 10

This patient was missing the back teeth on your upper left side, which is more noticeable in the lower image, and she was not happy with the appearance of the rest of her teeth.


The results were achieved with implants to replace the missing teeth, and with crowns and veneers to get the esthetics the patient wanted on her natural teeth.

Crowns Gallery Case 11

This is an image of the last three teeth in the lower jaw. They had very old silver fillings, and the fillings and the teeth were getting worn out.


The treatment consisted of placing porcelain crowns on the teeth. These are more than just pretty crowns since they also served the function of restoring the teeth to their original height and shape.

Crowns Gallery Case 12

This patient has a tooth break off at the gumline and he had crowns on some other teeth that did not fit well and needed to be replaced.


The patient was very happy with the results, which consisted of placing an implant to replace the tooth that broke off at the gumline, and replacing the old crowns and then whitening the bottom teeth.

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