M Dental Group offers the very best in general dentistry services including: hygiene, fillings, crowns, bridges, root canal treatment, extractions, night guards, and TMJ treatment. We at M Dental Group care about your oral health and we work with you to make the best choices for your oral care. We always strive for perfection and long lasting results.

  • One-Day CEREC CAD/CAM Crown

    When your teeth need restoration, we can use CAD/CAM technology to create natural-looking inlays, onlays, crowns, or veneers in just one appointment.
  • Porcelain-Fused-to-Metal Crown

    When a tooth needs a restoration, sometimes the best choice is a porcelain-fused-to-metal crown. A porcelain-fused-to-metal crown, sometimes called a PFM crown, consists of a tooth-colored porcelain layer baked onto a metal core.
  • Porcelain Crown

    When a tooth needs a restoration, sometimes the best choice is an all-porcelain crown. It’s precision-crafted in a dental laboratory, so it may take two or more appointments to restore your tooth with a porcelain crown.
  • Alternatives to a Crown

    After a lot of tooth structure has been lost, your choices are limited. You could try a filling. You could have the tooth extracted, or you could choose to put a crown on the tooth.
  • 3-Unit Bridge Procedure

    When a tooth is missing, a 3-unit bridge can be a good choice for replacing it. In a 3-unit bridge, an artificial tooth is connected on either side to crowns, which are placed on the neighboring teeth to hold the bridge in place.
  • Alternatives to a Bridge

    When you're missing one or more teeth, you have several options, including a partial denture, an implant, or a bridge.

 

Related Dental Crown Articles

Crowns and Veneers - Dear Doctor MagazinePorcelain Crowns & Veneers
A closer look at two innovative techniques and strategies to improve your smile. In many instances these two restorative techniques can produce nearly identical esthetic results, even though they are structurally different... Read Article

Crowns - Dear Doctor MagazineValue Of Quality Care
Are all crowns created equal? One of the most important factors adding to cost is the quality of the crown itself. Another fact is that dentists generally sub-contract out crown manufacturing to a dental laboratory technician, as they rarely make crowns themselves... Read Article

CAD CAM - Dear Doctor MagazineCreating In-Office Dental Restorations With Computers
Once upon a time, dentists - and patients - needed to wait weeks for a dental laboratory to make crowns and other dental restorations. Now, with an exciting digital technology known as Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM), some dentists are fabricating high-quality restorations themselves right in their own offices - in minutes! Read Article

 

 

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