Crown Before


Crown After

All-ceramic crowns offer the strength and subtlety needed to support the brightest smiles while looking the most natural.

Beauty is often found in strength, and your smile is no exception.

A crown, also called a cap, is used to cover an impaired tooth, strengthening its structure and restoring its natural shape and size. All-ceramic crowns offer the most natural look and feel, owing to the translucent appearance of real enamel.

An excellent choice for any tooth, all-ceramic crowns avoid the typical tell signs of a crown, namely opaque color and dark lines near the gum. All-ceramic crowns are also the perfect choice for patients with allergies to metal.

At Dr. Matrullo and Associates, we have the skill to re-shape your damaged tooth and to create and fit your all-ceramic crown seamlessly.

Why would I need a crown?

A crown is used to protect a weak tooth from cracking, repair and strengthen the tooth if it has fractured, or restore a tooth when there isn’t enough left to support a large filling. Crowns may also be used to retain a bridge or improve the appearance of a discolored or improperly shaped tooth.

How long do crowns last?

All-ceramic crowns are a strong and durable restoration fitting for a beautiful, bright smile. These crowns typically last five to eight years; however, as with all dental work, the healthier your teeth and gums are, the longer your crowned—and natural—teeth last.