Veneers, crowns and bridges. Hollywood smiles or repairing old friends. Prosthodontics also encompasses removable prostheses like dentures. Returning lost function or correcting natural defects are the noble uses of prosthodontic restorations, but aesthetic improvements are also readily attainable. In some cases, prosthodontic restorations may be the last attempt at saving or replacing an important tooth, and in other cases may be used to improve on natural defects.

Some prosthodontic procedures come at a high cost of natural tooth structure, and while excellent functional and aesthetic results can be attained, they require prudent judgement and consideration prior to placement. That’s a lot to chew, right? In many cases, less invasive dentistry is recommended and can return similar aesthetic results. We are here to explore the best options for you.